NYC Schools to get Alphabet Beats

Susan Ellis, creator of Alphabet Beats, has made a donation to New York City autism classrooms.

“Our company has had tremendous support from the Autism community,” says Ellis. “So when Marnie and I were discussing recipients of our donation fund this year, I was reminded of a meeting I had with Suzanne Wright, co-founder of Autism Speaks. Suzanne told me of her visit to a single school in New York with several dozen classrooms completely full of children with Autism. The sheer volume was shocking.”

“We believe our donation of over $2,000 worth of our Alphabet Beats and Strokes, Shapes & Scenes programs sent directly to select schools that desperately need them, but simply don’t have the budget to afford them, will help their students tremendously,” says Danielson. Source: emaxhealth

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