Tell me something good - spirit day - safety care for families - jump with us - autism resource fair

Tell Me Something Good

Two of our up-and-coming stars passed their BCBA exams last week and are now officially certified as BCBAs. We are extremely proud of Tu and Taylor for their exceptional achievement and would like to congratulate them on their success. They dedicated years of training, studying, and hard work towards this accomplishment, and it has finally paid off. Let us all acknowledge their outstanding efforts and congratulate them on this remarkable milestone. Congratulations!

Celebrating Autism Month continues at Balance Autism. On April 2, World Autism Day, our team dressed up in their Balance Autism gear to honor the children and adults we serve, along with their families, caregivers, educators and other professionals who have dedicated their lives to making the world a better place for this extraordinary population.

Check out the video highlight below!



Safety Care for Families

In case you missed it, our very own Evelyn Horton, VP of Children’s Services, kicked off Autism Month on 4/01/24 with an interview on WHO Channel 13.She promoted the Safety Care for Families workshop we are able to offer to up to 50 family members for free.

If you missed it, check out the full story here:

Fantastic job, Evelyn!

We still have a few openings for Safety Care if interested. Please visit to register:

Jump With Us

The Doug Flutie Jr Foundation for Autism is sponsoring a free jumping session for people of all abilities. Register today to join us!

Autism Resource Fair

Our Outreach team rolled out our new sensory bins at the Royal Guide’s Autism Resource Fair last weekend. These sensory bins proved to be a hit, providing a delightful source of engagement for children while their caregivers sought information and support. It was heartwarming to connect with attendees and share our passion for autism advocacy and support.