Saturday, May 26, 2012

What It's Like to Live on the Spectrum

Please join us for the June SPECIAL Families of Pierce County meeting!

There will be selected lending library resources available for check out, and new attendees receive a valuable binder of information for free (until they are gone). Professionals and other interested parties are welcome to attend. Childcare is not available.

Hunter was a featured mental health panelist at the South Sound Autism Partnership's Conference in March. He added a lot to the topic and we look forward to having him speak with our group.

Topic: What It's Like to Live on the Spectrum

Speaker:
Hunter Schweitzer, Adult with ASD

Where: Pierce County Library Processing & Administration Center
3005 112th St E., Tacoma
(at 112th and Waller Rd, 1 mile off Hwy 512 Portland Ave exit)

Date: Monday, June 4th

Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Email me with any questions at specialfamiliespc@gmail.com. Hope to see you there!