Matt was among the first to benefit from Applied Behavior Analysis in the 1990's. It changed his life by enabling him to speak and to read. WAAA has played a key role in making ABA a possibility for all in Washington. As a young adult, Matt and others now face the reality of inadequate adult services from housing to employment to activities. Help support WAAA to continue to adovcate for Matt and our entire community.
Sensory Sensitive, Child & Teen Suitable Activities, Family Fun & Resource Fair - WAAAlk for Autism is a day for our community to come together to honor and recognize the 2,800 families and 12,000 individuals that WAAA has helped statewide. It is a day to celebrate the unique gifts that each individual and family touched with autism brings into our lives.
We will have a leisurely 3k fun walk along Kirkland's waterfront and a family fun fair at Marina Park. Pictures and interaction with BLITZ!
Enter to win a Blitz autographed football. You will also Enter to win a Trampoline from SpringFree!
Help support our continuing effort to help children and families touched by autism to access health insurance benefits, effective education and community based programs.
WAAAlk for Autism
Saturday, April 2 2016
25 Lakeshore Plaza Drive
Kirkland, WA 98033
10:00am - 2:00pm
Blitz arrives & Walk Registration begins at 10:00am
Walk begins at 11:00am