Upcoming Events

As a kickoff to Autism Awareness Month, Autism Pensacola presents its annual Information and Resource Fair. Open to the public, the event will be from 6 to 8 p.m. April 5, 2018, at Marcus Pointe Baptist Church, Building A, Door 3, 6205 North W St., Pensacola.  Drop-in childcare will be available to enable parents to fully experience the resources at the event.

The Resource Fair is an opportunity for families, caregivers, teachers, and community friends to learn about the not-for-profits and businesses in this area that serve those with autism and other developmental disabilities. Light refreshments will be provided.

Vendors presenting a wide variety of resources and services will be available at this event including: Early Intervention Resources, Therapy Centers, Assistive Technology, Transition and Adult Services, Educational Services, and many more!  Along with gaining new knowledge of resources, API and other local vendors will have products available for purchase. We will have Natalie Rainbolt as a guest speaker this year who will be speaking at two of our workshops. Natalie is a aspiring local children’s author who has Asperger’s. She has recently publish a book called The Quiet Princess. The book is about a little princess on the Autism spectrum and all her many adventures.

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April 5, 2018

Information & Resource Fair 2018

As a kickoff to Autism Awareness Month, Autism Pensacola presents its annual Information and Resource Fair. Open to the public, the event will be from 6 to 8 p.m. April 5, 2018, at Marcus Pointe Baptist Church, Building A, Door 3, 6205 North W St., Pensacola.  
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