Tween Time Autism Craft

Did you know April is Autism Awareness Month? Create your own puzzle with us this Wednesday, April 29 at 4:30pm and hear about tips for socializing with those on the spectrum by a guest speaker. Wear blue! We'll have blue cupcakes & drinks too!  Informational materials will also be available. Recommended for ages 10-12 years or anyone interested this month...

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Autism Awareness Month

  The month of April is Autism Awareness month.  This nationwide effort promotes awareness, inclusion and self-determination for all with ASD, and also strives to assure that each person is provided with every opportunity to achieve their highest possible quality of life. The Library joins in this awareness and shows their support by “lighting up blue” the overhead lighting of the first floor reference area of the library.  And, on Saturday, April 25th at 11:00 in room L129,  a Sensory Sensitive Film will be shown – the sound will be lowered, the lights left up and all in attendance are invited to bring snacks, move about and enjoy this FREE, fun event with friends and family!  Please call the library for the title of this G-rated Disney movie at 832-559-4200.

Shining a Light on Autism

Shining a Light on Autism Art DisplayThe propanels on the second floor of the Barbara Bush Library are currently displaying artwork by students at Learning Lane, a clinic serving children with autism/language delays in The Woodlands. A companion facility in the Spring area, Linder Young Learners Academy, is adding two classrooms in May dedicated to children (from 12 months to 7 years) on the Autism Spectrum or with Language Delays.

Sensory Sensitive Film

In support of National Autism Awareness Month LSC Tomball Community Library will show a Sensory Sensitive Film on Saturday, April 26 from 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM in the Meeting Room which is number L129.

This frosty, musical film is about two very loving, but different princess sisters who have quite an exciting adventure.

Resource Book for Parents: Autism Spectrum Disorder

Authors, Simone Griffin and Dianne Sandlerhave created a book which addresses the unique challenges that children with communication difficulties face, and offers numerous suggestions for supporting their needs through play. 
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