UA Autism Clinic to Hold Third-Annual Back to School Bash
The University of Alabama Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic announced Friday the return of it's annual Back to School Bash event.
It's free, open to students from pre-K through 12th grade and is set to offer free school supplies on a first come, first serve basis Saturday, July 29.
Among others, the event will also feature food trucks, free face painting and a raffle for participants.
A press release from the clinic says the event was made possible through a grant from the Children’s Trust Fund of Alabama.
“The Back to School Bash is a way for the UA Autism Clinic, with the support of the Children’s Trust Fund of Alabama, to support our community by providing school supplies as well as an opportunity for families to connect with each other, learn more about resources and enjoy an afternoon of fun before kicking off a new school year,” director of the UA Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic Dr. Laura Stoppelbein said.
“It is important to us that families feel supported and valued, and the Back to School Bash is a way we can show that.”