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10:30am - Helping Children with Mild ASD Grow in Their Social Abilities

Educational offerings for parents, teachers, and others whose lives include young children. Sessions are $15 per person or $20 per couple and will take place at the Lucy Daniels Center. Each session is 1.5 hours long and offers approved credit hours from the NC Division of Child Development.

For more information and registration details, visit www.lucydanielscenter.org/resources/teacher-workshops/growing-from-the-inside-out.

7pm - Helping Children with Mild ASD Grow in Their Social Abilities

Educational offerings for parents, teachers, and others whose lives include young children. Sessions are $15 per person or $20 per couple and will take place at the Lucy Daniels Center. Each session is 1.5 hours long and offers approved credit hours from the NC Division of Child Development.

For more information and registration details, visit www.lucydanielscenter.org/resources/teacher-workshops/growing-from-the-inside-out.

Heart Balm Ball

Please join us on February 14, 2015, for the inaugural Heart Balm Ball benefiting the Lucy Daniels Center. Hosted by Wake Family Law, the Heart Balm Ball provides guests the opportunity to learn more about the Center’s mission to heal children who are hurting emotionally while enjoying an epicurean evening with live music and fabulous auction items.

Lucy Daniels Center, headquartered in Cary, NC, is the region’s largest nonprofit agency providing children's mental and emotional health services. Each year, the Center serves 700 children who are having social, emotional or behavioral difficulties through a comprehensive range of programs.  All proceeds will benefit the Center’s Family Support Fund. This fund helps bridge the gap between what families can afford to pay and the actual cost of services. More than 90% of families pay less than the full cost of treatment, and one family in six receives services for free. Your support of the Heart Balm Ball will allow the Center to help heal more children throughout the Triangle who are hurting on the inside. So come wear your heart on your sleeve for a good cause.

For more information, go to http://www.lucydanielscenter.org/news-events/heart-balm-ball