Aspire Girls of the Puget Sound is a social group for girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder and a place for their parents to connect. Each week there will be an activity centered on the interests of the girls. Please let us know what your child is interested in so that we can make Aspire Girls of the Puget Sound fun for all!
Aspire Girls of the Puget Sound is run by Parent Volunteers: Ayn Mcnutt who is also a W. Seattle Washington Autism Alliance and Advocacy Resource Coordinator and Trish Thrush, who is the Washington Autism Alliance and Advocacy State Wide Advocacy and Resource Coordinator. Aspire Girls of the Puget Sound adheres to the rules and regulations of Washington Autism Alliance and Advocacy.
Each parent participant must remain with their child and is responsible for the safety and care of their child. Respite volunteers join us when they can. We appreciate them and enjoy their company! For parent participation please download and sign this form. Parent Participation Aspire Girls
Aspire Girls of the Puget Sound most often meets at The Neighborhood House. Every participant must adhere to the rules and regulations of The Neighborhood House. To participate each adult must complete a background check and sign the parent rights and responsibilities agreement. For parent right’s and responsibilities please see here to download and sign the form. Aspire Girls of the Puget Sound Parent Rights and Responsibilities.
Thank you! We look forward to seeing you on the 1st Saturday of the Month!
– See more at: http://www.washingtonautismadvocacy.org/updates/advocacy/aspire-girls-puget-sound/#sthash.hRYcdzLk.dpuf