April Autism Awareness Month Goes Dino

Dino & Kidz invites Families to come on an Experiential Dino Dig in support of Kerry's Place Autism Services

TORONTO, April 6, 2016 /CNW/ - On Saturday April 9th from 10AM2PM Dino & Kidz invites families and supporters to come on an experiential Dino Dig, taking place at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), in support of Kerry's Place Autism Services.

"Kerry's Place Autism Services has been committed to enhancing the quality of life of persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder since 1974," says Shadi Almashni, Owner of the Dino & Kidz. "During April Autism Awareness Month we wanted to offer an event to help educate families about the services and supports in the area while also providing them with an experience everyone can enjoy."


Royal Ontario Museum, Peter F. Bronfman Hall, Level 2

Enter through Queen's Park West Doors


Saturday April 9th


10AM – 2PM


$25/person, Kids are FREE!

To purchase http://tinyurl.com/DKdinodig

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please visit www.dinoandkidz.com

About Dino & Kidz
Dino & Kidz (dinoandkidz.com) mission is to develop and foster the potential in every child, through an enriched nurturing and safe early learning environment. With an emphasis on learning through play with a personalized curriculum, Dino & Kidz children are guided to be focus on pre-literacy, reading, artistic expressions, music, movement and science exploration as well as developing true connections to their community.

About Kerry's Place
Kerry's Place Autism Services was founded in 1974 by a group of devoted parents in Clarksburg Ontario who courageously opened their door to a handful of teenagers with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, becoming a catalyst for change in how we understand and support people. Today, KPAS is recognized as a leader in the sector providing programs and services to children, youth and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder /Pervasive Developmental Disorder and their families throughout Ontario. Kerry's Place Autism Services assists over 6,000 children and adults through vocational, community outreach and residential supports with a goal to help each person supported achieve maximum potential to grow and move towards independence and be accepted as full and equal members of their community. For more information, please visit www.kerrysplace.org.

SOURCE Dino & Kidz

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