Au-Some events are private activities held in local venues, which are open to families with children with autism spectrum disorder or other sensory concerns and their invited guests. Exceptional Education department faculty and teacher candidates are proud to participate in these sensory-friendly, recreational events for children and young adults held in our community. All events are inclusive in nature, although not accessible by the general public. Families are welcome to bring as many guests as they would like. Reservations are appreciated and encouraged, but not required.
Kathy Doody, Associate Professor
Community calendar of events around WNY related to autism spectrum disorders.
Enjoy character meet and greets, kids' activities and lots of family fun! Featuring Clifford, Wonder Red, Curious George and more!
Providing a welcoming environment for parents and other caregivers of children with autism spectrum disorders to meet, share experiences, ask questions and receive support.
Special evenings dedicated to providing a save, supportive and sensory friendly environment where families with autism and other special healthcare needs can meet, learn, and have fun together.
Special evenings give children with autism sepctrum disorder and sensory processing disorder and their friends and family an opportunity to play and learn together in a supportive environment. Families have access to the museum space and play zones. Featured activities include a music center, therapy dogs, art projecs and gross motor activities.
A classical concert series just for kids and a great way to introduce children to a lifelong love of music.
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