2 special guests join the KTU Cares Program this weekend. Dr. David Celiberti is the Executive Director of Association for Science in Autism Treatment ASAT and maintains a private practice working with underserved children with autism in rural areas and Marisa Musachio is the Director of Program Operations for HOPES CAP, Inc.
HOPES CAP, Inc. and the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT) are excited to be co-hosting the 3rd Annual Rock’n 4 Autism Awareness Concert on Saturday, April 27th. Over 100 businesses supported the cause last year and almost $20,000 was raised.
Tickets for this fun-filled event can be purchased here (donations can be made on this website as well). Check out the R4AA online auction with almost 50 amazing items to bid upon. If you are a business and would like to sponsor this event or if you would like to volunteer, please contact Lori Renshaw at email@example.com or David Celiberti at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This indoor/outdoor event will be held at HOPES’ Auditorium at
There are over one million people living with autism in the United States (Current CDC estimates suggest that 1 in 88 children have autism). Each year, countless Hudson County families spend thousands of dollars on unproven treatments for their children with autism. ASAT's mission is to disseminate accurate information about autism treatments so that all families are able to identify and choose effective, scientifically-validated interventions. HOPES CAP Inc. is also committed to ensuring that parents access accurate information to help their children realize their full potential. Both organizations believe strongly that children with autism deserve nothing less!
I have the pleasure of hosting this fantastic event!
For more details about Rock’n 4 Autism Awareness please visit the R4AA Facebook page. For more information about HOPES CAP Inc., please visit the HOPES website and HOPES Facebook page. For more information about ASAT, please visit the ASAT website and ASAT Facebook page.
See you there!