Alex Hall is 18 years old. He lives with his father in Springfield, Oregon. He enjoys working, hanging out with buddies, and U of O football.
Carl Kinney is a goofy man with a fun sense of humor, who still struggles with his mood swings and self of self.
“My Date With Autism”, a performance monologue by Alisa McLaughlin I found him late in life when I was tired of it all, I had no job, never been in love. Few friends and no income. The only relationship I had was with depression and it was not healthy. Maybe I could get disability. Depression […]
Lane Art Council Community Arts Program Grant This summer KindTree-Autism Rocks was awarded a $1,800 grant to provide three (3) artist workshops, a 2019 “Autism Rocks – Festival of Art for All” event in April, and a series of community art shows and sales. The workshops will be held in 2019 and are free and […]
Lane Arts Council Artist Workshops KindTree-Autism Rocks received funding to pay for artists to attend the following workshops. If interested please contact Molly Elliott at MElliott@kindtree.org The workshops are held in the Maurie Jacobs Community Room at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts.. For more information please visit Lane Arts Council at http://lanearts.org/workshops/ […]
Some of you may remember Melissa Dahl. Early in the growth of our Art Program, Melissa, then only 5 years old, was our first “Star”. Her images, drawn on a computer with Microsoft Paint, were charming, colorful, and filled with honest emotion. Here is one of her best sellers. I called it “Baby Horse Gets […]
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