Throwing memorable birthday parties is what we do at GameTruck. From the moment you get on the phone to the moment we pull away, we want every part of your experience to be easy and hassle-free. At GameTruck Richmond, we know that you have a lot of choices, but we also know that your child only has one birthday a year. Let us help you make it special. More engagement makes your event more memorable and hassle free.
Summer Fun is officially here, NOTHING makes smiles at our house like a trip to Busch Gardens. We could literally go every day and the smiles and screams would have the same enthusiasm! For our first visit this year, we enjoyed all the coasters, a show full of great music while eating delicious food and whenever it got to hot, we got wet ! We ended the day with ice cream almost too pretty to eat and the skyride across the park to take in all the arial view of all the fun we had.
Goose’s Story by Cari Best
When a girl and her dog greet the geese as they return in the spring, she discovers one of the geese is missing a foot. The other geese shun the injured goose at first, and the girl’s parents warn her not to interfere. But the girl feels compelled to watch out for her. One day the goose is gone. After worrying all winter, the girl and her dog discover the goose with one foot has returned … with her new mate.
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The staff all work to meet your needs and have your child feel comfortable.
Cutz for Guys has TV’s too to keep the kids entertained.
In addition to providing Information and Resources, sponsoring social and recreational program for all ages, and providing scholarships, the Autism Society Central VA also hosts Chapter Meetings on a monthly basis, which cover topics relevant to individuals and families, at any age and any stage.
So many times as special needs parents, we tend to focus on the things we struggle with, the things our kids can’t do and the frustrations we feel in our daily lives. Today, I am going to focus on what gifts we receive from our son, the things he teaches and the joys he brings to our family every day.
For some, it has already started, for others, it is coming, either way, we are all in Back To School mode.
Summer is more than halfway through and if you are anything like me, you are already working on the plan and strategy to make the school year a success for your child.
This is not easy and requires work ALL the time, I am sure you can all agree with that!