Our goal is to celebrate Autism Awareness Month by recognizing the importance of increasing awareness and accessibility to autism treatment for families in the Rochester, NY area.
Rochester, NY (PRWEB) April 01, 2016
Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), in conjunction with local non-profit organizations Camp Puzzle Piece, Managing Autism Together Today (MATT) and AutismUp, will host Autism Awareness Night at the AHL's Rochester Americans game on Sunday, April 3, 2016. The event will center around creating awareness for autism, as well as honoring families affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the Rochester area. Tickets will be sold at a reduced rate, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the non-profits.
“We are thrilled to partner with the Rochester Americans to present such a wonderful event," said Crystal Debuck, CARD Operations Manager. "Our goal is to celebrate Autism Awareness Month by recognizing the importance of increasing awareness and accessibility to autism treatment for families in the Rochester, NY area."
The game takes place Sunday, April 3 at 5:05pm, with doors opening at 4pm. Tickets to Autism Awareness Night will be sold at a reduced rate of $18, with $2 of each ticket value benefiting Camp Puzzle Piece, MATT and AutismUp. A sensory-free zone will also be offered to accommodate individuals that need it. To purchase tickets, visit http://amerks.com/autismnight.
About Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
CARD treats individuals of all ages who are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at treatment centers around the globe. CARD was founded in 1990 by leading autism expert and clinical psychologist Doreen Granpeesheh, PhD, BCBA-D. CARD treats individuals with ASD using the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA), which is empirically proven to be the most effective method for treating individuals with ASD and recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the US Surgeon General. CARD employs a dedicated team of nearly 2,000 individuals across the nation and internationally. For more information, visit http://www.centerforautism.com or call (855) 345-2273.