Holiday Events in Denver for Children with Autism and Developmental Disabilities

December 19, 2011, TBH Blog
TBH Blog

I recently had the pleasure of meeting a wonderful mom of a child on the Spectrum. We were at the Faces of Autism event hosted by the Autism Society of Colorado. Her name is Shannon Sullivan and she’s the owner of Denver Autism Community Store.

Though we only got a chance to talk for a short while, it was easy to see that her work is filled with a passion for helping other parents, their children and their therapists and teachers, too! Yes, Shannon’s store offers tools, projects and games based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior (VB). The store also carries or offers toys, gifts, books, puzzles, games, items for personal hygiene, fine motor development, safety and so much more.

While anytime is a great time to support a local retailer, given that it’s the holiday season, this week is especially a great time to shop the Autism Community Store.

Santa Visits Denver Autism Community Store

Santa is on hand today, Dec. 19, until noon for photos. Bring by your children by to take a picture with Santa in an environment that’s less stressful for both parents and their kiddos!

More Holiday Fun in Denver for Children with Autism and Developmental Delays

On Thursday, Dec. 22 from 10am – 10:45am, Gwen Bonilla will be on hand for a special, free Multisensory Storytelling session.  Join in the fun as children and parents share in great sensory experiences. Learn how storytelling can open up a world of development for children with developmental disabilities and those with sensory processing challenges.

Learn more about the Denver Autism Community Store

7800 E. Iliff Ave., Suite J
Denver, CO 80231

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