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Contact: Leanne Scalli
Earth to Autism
Healthy Living Event to Support People With Autism
SEMINOLE, Fla. – Earth to Autism has partnered with Smart Healthy Living to provide wellness information geared for people with disabilities.
“Foundation for Healthy Living” takes place Saturday, July 21 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Seminole United Methodist Church at 5400 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL. The spirit, soul and body wellness conference is a special event to support families affected by disabilities. Scheduled to speak are Sara Im, author of How I Survived the Killing Fields: A Story of Hope, Love and Determination and owner of Smart Healthy Living; Nicole Dennison, holistic health expert and author; Jen Moyer, VOXX Socks representative and fall prevention expert; Arielle Giordano, author and movement expert; Sandra Read, cellular health advocate; and Leanne Scalli, founder of Earth to Autism.
Speakers plan to discuss the mission of Earth of Autism, finding hope in the middle of adversity, healthy nutrition that nourishes and energizes, cell signaling, and Essentrics and aging backwards. In addition, the event will include a panel discussion on self-care, social support of family and friends, and incorporating faith for difficult times. The panel discussion will be presented by Evelyn Mann, Linda Arroyo, Mary Jane Cronin and Taveesha Guyton.
“I am looking forward to this event to bring awareness to adults with autism who have difficulty keeping a job and supporting themselves,” said Scalli.
Besides the speakers, the event will have a health fair with vendors, door prizes, refreshments and health screenings. Tickets cost $12 per person for groups, $20 for single tickets. Purchase tickets from smartlivingevents.com. To sponsor the event or be a vendor, contact Im, 727-512-3017, firstname.lastname@example.org. To donate to Earth to Autism, contact Scalli, 727-710-0649, https://earth2autism.org. All proceeds from the event will be donated to Earth to Autism.
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About Earth to Autism:
Earth to Autism (E2A) is a nonprofit organization on a mission to help adults with autism to gain and maintain meaningful employment opportunities in green industry jobs. E2A takes a person centered approach to providing services to individuals on the spectrum by designing a tailored made program that addresses needs in the following areas: professional development, business development, sustainability/environmental impact awareness, transition planning, and job coaching. There is no cost to the individual to participate.