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They're busy tuning up their bikes, dusting off their helmets, and getting ready for a day of fun, fresh air, live entertainment, great food and great people in one of Edmonton's best locations. They're busy collecting pledges from their friends, family and co-workers, both online and in person. (Right now Daytona Homes Master Builder are out in front in the online donations, with Team Gigi close behind, and plenty of other teams bringing in a hefty chunk of change, as well!) And they're doing it all to help people with autism and their families right here in the Edmonton area.
If you're part of one of the teams that's already signed up, thank you – We can't wait to see you there! But if you still haven't signed up, there's still time! There are still two weeks left to bring together a team of your family or friends, pre-register online, start collecting pledges, and join the fun on June 2nd at Victoria Park. Getting involved is easier than ever, with our redesigned web site and our improved pre-registration and online donation systems. Click here to get started!
It's happening on the evening of May 29th at the Unitarian Church, 10804-119 Street, Edmonton. It will be a night to spotlight the inspiring stories of people who go the extra mile to create fulfilling, happy lives for people with autism. We hope to see you there!
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For more information about all the activities below, please call the ASEA office at 780-453-3971 or email email@example.com.
It’s not always easy being an adult with Asperger's, but sometimes life's challenges are easier when you can talk with others who have similar issues. Sooner or later, everything gets talked about in this facilitated group, whether it’s challenge or success. Adults with Asperger’s have the chance to decide the direction of group discussions and presentations. An intake interview is required for new members.
ASEA members can now download the latest issue of Autism Now, ASEA's quarterly magazine, in full colour, from the Autism Now page! Plus, the Spring 2013 issue is now newly available for reading by non-members. Click here to download them now!
Or if you're already a member but don't have a web site account, contact the ASEA office and we'll get an account set up for you.