Tell Me Something Good

Collage of the persons served in our adult community services enjoying their day at a fall festival.


Easter Seals hosted a Fall Festival and walk on Saturday, October 7th. This event was to fundraise for their company mission, and was open to the community. Our friends in adult community services had a great time participating in the activities, which included horseback riding, rock wall climbing, hanging out with superheroes, arts and crafts, and so much more. Their favorite event was the horseback rides, as well as doing arts and crafts!

Trick or Treat


Our Kiddos at the Altoona clinic enjoyed trick or treating around the offices last week in celebration of Halloween. It was so fun to see the kids in their costumes and the staff loved being able to pass out treats for them.

2nd Annual QC Family Day


Our Quad Cities children’s clinic hosted their 2nd Annual Family Day on Saturday, October 7th. There was an amazing turn out from current and graduated families! The kiddos loved interacting with the bubble machine, playing on the playground, jumping in the bounce house, and reuniting with staff that they hadn’t seen since their graduation. The parents enjoyed the opportunity to connect with each other and watch their kiddos have a blast!

Huge shout out to Caitlin Pena and Ashley Lowman for planning the event!

Birthday Surprise

Our Maintenance Manager, Mark Goben, had a 70th birthday surprise on October 18th on Campus. Mark is a favorite among individuals served; Mark loved his birthday card scrapbook from individuals living on Campus.

A big thank you to those who coordinated Mark’s surprise and those who came out to celebrate.

Happy belated Birthday Mark!

Autism Resources at U.S. Airports

John Sutter, the parent of a child on the spectrum, created an incredible information resource to provide guidance on air travel for travelers affected by sensory issues.

Balance Autism wishes everyone safe and supported travel this holiday season.