PEAK (Parents of Exceptional Adults and Kids) supporting Aspiring Youth & Delphi Young Adults
Sunday, June 11th from 1 to 3:30 pm:
Well be holding our first recognition/celebration/fundraiser at the University of Washington Horticulture Center.
Awards will be given to a variety of spectrum success stories, providers and other advocates for our kids.
Bob Dannenhold of Collegeology will discuss how to make college a reality
Well be auctioning off a variety of cool items
Well have the opportunity to connect with other adults facing similar challenges
Fun is always guaranteed at PEAK events.
To provide resources, support and to expand the services provided by Rythers Aspiring Youth and Delphi Young Adults programs. Since 2004 these programs have served kids and adults who are on the autism spectrum, who have learning disabilities or who are just perplexed, frustrated or withdrawn from common social settings. Aspiring Youth and Dephi Young Adults are both part of Ryther, a 501(C)3 non profit organization founded in 1885 (before the founding of Washington State). PEAK also seeks to create connections between parents so they can feel less isolated and alone.
Expanding the Reach of Aspiring Youth and Delphi Young Adults:
New Programs: Running clubs, video production groups and other new activities that will help our clients gain social confidence and explore life-long enrichment activities.
Scholarships: When we are able to include more kids it makes our programs richer and more connected to the community.
Delphi Commons: We are pursuing a new co-op housing model that will help our young adults gain independence within a supportive community.
Delphi Workspace: We give young adults the opportunity to work on meaningful group internship projects, helping strengthen their entry into long-term employment.
UW Center of Urban Horticulture (View)
3501 NE 41st Street
Seattle, WA 98195
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
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