The Autism Society Central Virginia has introduced two new support groups for family members who have a middle schooler or a high schooler with ASD.
When: Friday, September 13, 2019
Middle School Parent Support: 6-7pm
You are invited to Next Steps Behavioral Centers’ September Speaker Series event on Thursday, September 26th at 6:00 PM.
The evening’s guest speaker will be Stephen Burns, an attorney from Park Sensenig Attorneys. He will be talking about Special Needs Trusts.
SOAR365 has been selected as 1 of 8 Richmond non-profits to be apart of 12 Bars Of Charity – Richmond!
12 Bars of Charity is a friendly local competition in which the ultimate goal is to get the most people to sign up under 1 of the 8 charities! When a participant signs up under the charity’s team they receive a team colored sweatshirt (SOAR365 is the Maroon Team), free admission and transportation to the participating bars and drink specials. $15 of every admission goes to the team’s charity! The charity with the most team members receives a $1,000 bonus!
Our 8th annual ACES FOR AUTISM Golf Tournament to be held at James River Country Club on Monday, September 30, 2019. Registration will begin at 11:30 AM with a boxed lunch and shotgun start at 1 PM. A sit-down dinner and awards will immediately follow play. It is all about fun and there will be lots of hole and shot awards as well as raffle prizes. Players can sign up with a full 4-person team or a partial team that will be filled by the tournament committee.
Adoption is something that only others experiencing it can understand sometimes. Some parts you may not want or be able to talk about with your family.
Connect to other adult adoptees to walk this journey together.
Join Jacob’s Chance for Inclusive Fitness and Health in conjunction with VCU Kinesiology and Health Science Department.
When: Sundays, September 22nd- November 10th
Time: 3:00 – 4:00pm PEEWEES & JUNIORS, 4:00pm – 5:00pm SENIORS
Congratulations to Virginia Family Dentistry’s Dr. Allison Purcell for being named Richmond Magazine’s Top Dentist in Orthodontics.
Dr. Allison Smith Purcell was born and raised in Virginia Beach. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from James Madison University in 1995. Upon graduation, she moved to Richmond to earn her dental degree from the Medical College of Virginia where she was a member of the Dean’s List for all four years of her dental education. As an honor graduate, Dr. Purcell was elected to the Omicion Kappa Upsilon Honor Society in 1999. She completed her specialty residency program in orthodontics at the Medical College of Virginia and joined W. Baxter Perkinson and Associates in 2001. Dr. Purcell currently serves on the MCV Orthodontic Education Foundation Board and participates in the orthodontic resident selection process for the MCV orthodontic department. She is also a member of the American Association of Orthodontics, the Southern Association of Orthodontics, the Virginia Association of Orthodontics, the Richmond Orthodontic Study Club, and the American Dental Association.