Autism family day set for Saturday
GLOVERSVILLE — A free autism family day will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday at Transition, 2736 Route 30, for Autism Awareness Month, presented for and by people with autism.
Among the classes, events and training will be the following: stress relief training for parents, essential oils with Heather Mattioni, Acoustic Cafe with Flame Acoustic Duo Michelle King and Andrew Carpenter, paint and sip with Francis and Melanie, book reading and signing with author Joe Barry, PEERS Mini Session for Young Adults, sensory dance and exercise, employment discussion: Everything You Need to Know about Your Kid Being Employed, and technology apps for your child.
Also, Autism Awareness ID cards, Assistive communication resources, Applications available for the Transitions Momentum and Imagine programs, information booths: Transitions, Nigra Arts Center, Flame, Parent to Parent and Catholic Charities.
To register, visit pncreativeartscenter.org or call (518) 661-9932.