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Join us at the Walk with Autism – June 12th

Please join the Autism Society of Colorado on the WALK WITH AUTISM.
Sunday, June 12th from 8am – 1pm at Sloan’s Lake, Denver, CO.

Do you have a child who has special abilities? Call us at 303-554-7946 – we can help!
Statistics show that water is the most dangerous environment for a child with autism as their curiosity naturally draws them to it.

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We promote this swim school, exclusively! Over the years, we have sent many of our patients to Swim Otters, all have come back with wonderful experiences. Swim Otters starts with the fundamentals of water safety and builds additional skills to a solid foundation. It is an excellent way to reduce pediatric drowning.
Nancy GreerMD, PhDBroomfield Pediatrics