USD Hosts Sensory-Friendly Events in Recognition of Autism Awareness Month
The “Arts and Adventures” events will occur at the Sioux Falls Museum of Visual Materials located at 500 North Main Avenue in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Food, arts and crafts, temporary tattoos, face painting and a photo booth will be offered at all events. All those attending will receive a door prize donated by local businesses.
The USD Center for Disabilities provides a variety of services for individuals, families, schools and community agencies that are diagnosed, live with or work with those who have autism spectrum disorder. Services include interdisciplinary diagnostic clinics, technical assistance, trainings and family support to people across South Dakota.
To register, click on the following Eventbrite links:
April 10 - 10-11:30 a.m., ages 2-6
April 12 - 4-5:30 p.m., ages 6-12
April 19 - 5:30-7 p.m., all ages
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