Child Guidance Resource Centers will be featured as a community partner at Play Without Boundaries on Sunday, Feb. 2 from 9-11 AM at the Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia.
Play Without Boundaries provides a relaxed environment for individuals with autism, learning differences, and other sensory or communications needs.
The museum will provide a quiet experience for guests: low-level lighting, Social Stories and Quiet Zones, including relaxed performances in the Please Touch Playhouse to enhance the experience.
The museum will be closed to the general public for this event, which will allow special visitors to explore and experience the ambiance of this enticing environment.
Registration is required, so if you have a child with special needs, click on the museum’s website here to register.
Child Guidance will be a community partner, offering resources for families and individuals with autism and other mental health needs.
Child Guidance Resource Centers in Havertown is one of two Autism Centers of Excellence in Philadelphia. This nonprofit also serves Delaware, Chester, and Montgomery counties with 25 unique services for children and adults.
Autism, anxiety, ADHD, learning disabilities, depression, developmental disabilities, trauma, and truancy are just some of the challenges Child Guidance addresses.
For more information about Child Guidance Resource Center programs, click here.