The world’s largest autism fundraising event celebrated a local version along the downtown waterfront to support the mission of Autism Speaks. The sensory-friendly and family-family event attracted more than 3,000 participants. ‘Knowing you have the
By Lucy Lazarony
It’s “out with the old and in with the new” at the Delray Beach Public Library, where a space on the first floor — once home
with students (l-r) Barbara Kennedy, Jill Gray, Cathy McCormick and Karen Martin.
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By Lona O'Connor
A curious shopper follows Howard Sherman into a
as a place for their son, Jayson, and other autistic children, but it’s open to all.
By Janis Fontaine
John and Gail Field didn’t set out to b
Suncoast Community High School Culinary Club, Burger Fi and Autism Speaks joined forces to create an afternoon to break down social barriers and foster friendships between teens and those with autism and autism-related disorders — all while creating
After seeing a Letter to the Editor in The Coastal Star, Sandy Roder hosted an ‘iPads for Autism’ fundraiser at her Manalapan home on Jan. 24. More than 30 guests attended, raising $10,000 for the autism program at Lantana Middle School. Pictured (l-
By Liz Best
If music makes the man, Daniel Young is headed for one doozy
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