HAVE YOU GOTTEN YOUR FORMS IN YET FROM YOUR VENUE?
It is not too late to be counted!
Visit our Facebook page to see all the posts from all over the country and the world. Also, post your photos from Bubbles Day there!
HERE ARE THE Bubbles FORMS!
It’s our 10th year!
You need all of these forms to participate…
This is information about the Autism Bubble Pack. Please go to the UK Website and sign up!
…Welcome on board, we hope you thoroughly enjoy
YOUR Autism Bubble Day 2013 Information Pack and wish to share it with your friends, family and schools.
www.autismbubbleday.comWorld Autism Day is April 2ndThe world will be lighting up Blue for Autism tomorrow, and all month long.
Brilliant! We are merging USA Bubbles 4 Autism Day & UK Autism Bubble Day! Join our autism awareness events! Visit: facebook.com/pages/Blow-Bub…
— Bubbles 4 Autism Mom (@FACESautism) March 30, 2013
Thanks to Michael and Chris Presti, whose efforts in 12 Hours for Autism, a fundraiser for FACES 4 Autism brought in listeners and donations from all over the world in a 12 hour span! Thank you so much for your support. http://www.neueregelradio.com/DJ_page.html
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Autism Awareness Month Events 2013
FACES Teen/Adult GroupMeeting Every Thursday at Atlantic Cape Family Service Organization, 950 Tilton Rd., Northfield, NJ. Contact Dave at 609-822-7536.
April 2 is World Autism Day, and BLUE PARTY Night
Come and join FACES 4 Autism’s Vineland Chapter Sol 4 Autism On Autism Awareness official day!!! Light it Up Blue Day for Autism
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm WHERE: 2554 E Chestnut Ave. Vineland, NJ (CHESTNUT ASSEMBLY OF GOD / Room ~ Salon 7 )
***Join us while we Create Awareness in a Fun and happy way. Bring your family and your friends for some dessert and don’t forget your flashlights, we will be lighting the night 4 Autism!!!! https://www.facebook.com/events/158594204298957/
Español: Ven y únete a Sol 4 Autism, El día oficial de Concientización sobre el Autismo! Únase a nosotros mientras conciencientizamos de una manera divertida en un ambiente confortable. Traiga a su familia y amigos, comparta un delicioso postre junto a los niños y no se olvide de sus linternas, estaremos iluminando la noche por el autismo!!
April 6 – Special Need Families Night at Dynamo Gym,
Risley Square, Galloway, $5 per child. This HALF OFF the regular price!
April 13 – 3rd Annual Stand Up For Autism, Mays Landing Country Club, Mays Landing. Tickets $50 per person include dinner and three comedians. Benefits FACES 4 Autism programs. Contact Ken at 609-412-3738. http://standupforautism.eventbrite.com/
April 13 – Coin Drop at Absecon Shop Rite, Absecon. All Day. Info on Autism. Volunteers needed all day. Contact Alyssa Caban or emai firstname.lastname@example.org
April 14 – Coin Drop at Somers Point Shop Rite, Bethel Road. All Day. Info on Autism. Volunteers needed all day. https://www.facebook.com/events/153303591484604/?fref=ts
$15 per person, $25 with a t-shirt. Stockton College, I-Wing. Benefits FACES programs
April 22 - Blow Bubbles 4 Autism, 1:15pm. EST Schools and businesses are welcome. Spread the word. Visit the Facebook page for the latest, and all forms at on the www.faces4autism.org website. Go to the Arc of Atlantic County office building, Delilah Road, Egg Harbor Township, which is a venue open to the public!
April 25, FACES 4 Autism Support Group Meeting at Frome A Party, 750 West Delilah Road, Pleasantville. We will be celebrating Autism Awareness Month with a bounce party.
April 26, Beef and Beer Fundraiser, The Bayshore Inn
3832 Bayshore Road, North Cape May, New Jersey 08204
Benefits children and families in our community affected by autism tickets
20.00 and 25.00 at door contact us if want tickets. https://www.facebook.com/events/288098974653470/?fref=ts
May 22 The Arc of Atlantic County Tribute Dinner
Join us for a tribute to FACES 4 Autism and 21 Down at Renault Winery 5:30p.m. to 8:00p.m. food and music. Silent Auction. FOR TICKETS, Contact Deborah Jewell at 609-485-0800
We will miss you, Grandpa!
Thanks to MBCA for their March Madness fundraiser, which resulted in a fantastic night of networking and fun for all, plus MBCA donated $2,100 to FACES 4 Autism!
Thank you so much for all you do! We are proud to be members of this organization.
Thanks to TGIFriday’s at the Shore Mall for their February fundraiser!
You make us proud!
FACES IN THE NEWS
From The Daily Journal -
Sol 4 Autism
THE “R” Word Campaign featuring Sandman Elementary School Students and FACES 4 Autism’s Lisa Bryant
Bucks County College is one of the over 313 Schools and Businesses who Blow Bubbles 4 Autism each year. Join us!
Jacob Seeger entertains the crowd at the ENA Fundraiser for Autism NJ and FACES 4 Autism. Check out the link for the 4th annual event, where he performs a concert of four songs.
FACES Autism Support Network helps others see the awesomeness in autism awareness. As we celebrate our TENTH year as a non-profit organization, we have simplified our name to FACES 4 AUTISM.
We will still offer our original keystones of excellence:
EDUCATION AND SUPPORT, and will continue to bring Autism Awareness to those around the world. Our mission of education and support will be finished when we have made sure that EVERYONE can “ALWAYS PRESUME INTELLECT” (as author William Stillman would say) and be a friend to those who are different from themselves. Kindness is a commodity which can increase with practice and also can be shared without risk of losing it! So please Be a friend to autism!
We started Blow Bubbles 4 Autism in 2004, and now bubbles cover the globe each April to make a difference, one child at a time. Each bubble symbolizes the support and compassion of those who educate, befriend and love people with ASD.
Many of you joined us on April 26th, and people all over the world made a difference. Check out our Blow Bubbles 4 Autism page on Facebook, too!
One in 49 children is affected by autism in New Jersey.
One in 88 in the USA, and 70 are boys.
There are three distinctive behaviors that characterize autism spectrum disorders. Children have difficulties with social interaction, problems with verbal and nonverbal communication, repetitive behaviors or narrow, obsessive interests. These behaviors can range in impact from mild to disabling. Autism Spectrum Disorders vary widely in severity and symptoms and may go unrecognized, especially in mildly-affected children or when it is masked by more debilitating conditions.
One in every 88 children has autism (Source: American Academy Pediatrics Report). It is estimated that approximately one million individuals in the U.S. have autism. (Note: This number does NOT include: PDD, Asperger’s and other spectrum disorders.) These statistics are endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Academy of Pediatrics, and other federal agencies.
Please note: Since FACES is a support group for families in the autism community and not a professional agency, the information presented through FACES, either at meetings or through emails or in print, should not be construed as professional advice of any kind. Always consult people trained in their respective fields when seeking this sort of advice.