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MASON CITY, Iowa – A new school year means a new routine for parents and students and that includes families who have children with Autism.
The group “Special Kids, Special Love” will hold a back to school fair Tuesday night in Mason City.
Several experts on a wide range of topics will be on hand.
From therapies to school lunches, organizers say there’s sure to be something for everyone.
Lacey Carpenter, President of “Special Kids, Special Love” says, “There are a lot of therapies that go on to treat people who have Autism, a lot of therapies people don’t know exist. So we’re going to be able to connect the families or people interested in knowing, with people on site.”
The event takes place Tuesday, September 17 from 6:30pm-8:00pm at Newman Catholic Elementary School in Mason City.
For more details, go to http://www.specialkidsspeciallove.org