I am excited to have an autism-friendly place where my family can share experiences with other Knoxville families. No parents should have to feel like they are alone.
Training at ASK will be a great opportunity for educators to learn methods of ensuring students with autism spectrum disorders have academic success as well as positive classroom experiences with their peers.
Children and teenagers on the autism spectrum are at risk of falling through the cracks. Knoxville is a city ready to catch these children and provide support to their families.
Learning how to help my staff be more welcoming to special needs families is an invaluable service for my business and our community.
Our family benefits from having workshops and activities designed for children with autism spectrum disorders. It is challenging to find appropriate, fun things that we can all do together as a family elsewhere in the community.
Just like every loving parent, I want a good life for my children. Knoxville needs a place for families, local businesses, and the community to come together to make our town more accessible for those with autism.
Not only will this center let others know my adult son exists in their community, the raised awareness would help keep him safe in the community while living independently. What a beautiful thing! Moms always want their children safe, no matter what age.