We would like to give some major applause for one of our Board Members, Heather Ambrose, aka “Bobby’s Mom.”
She has gone to great lengths to help us raise the funds we need to get our 501c3 nonprofit status processed.
If you are interested in buying some great Christmas gifts for the lovely folks in your life, click on My Thirty One (25% of all sales go directly to us!) and Just Jewelry (20% of sales go to us!) and you will help us to reach our goal!
Heather’s role in our organization is “Family Advocate and Parent Mentor.” She is passionate about building a strong and flourishing autistic local community for her son to thrive in. Her relentless creativity in providing ways for her son to be included with his peers is to be admired.
Local community is IMPERATIVE to the quality of life of people on the spectrum. It is our mission to help music therapists connect with their local autism communities, and to give them the resources they need to do SensoryFriendly Concerts. That is where our philosophy on Community Music Therapy truly comes into play!
It’s so important to network and volunteer with other worthy autism groups that you know in your region. For example, CJ has an Occupational Therapist friend at Embrace International, who is doing a Sensory Morning at The Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore. Please download this flyer and join us Dec.2nd if you are local. If not, please take this great idea and go to your own local art museum with it!