I know I sound like a broken record, but August was a very busy month for us. ICYMI, here’s a rundown of the goings on at ESNG this month:
Back to School
- Vaccines are among the safest and most cost-effective ways to prevent disease.
- When a child comes down with a disease such as whooping cough, chickenpox or the flu, he or she may miss a lot of school while recovering. Somebody will need to stay home to provide care and make trips to the doctor.
- Schools are a prime venue for transmitting vaccine-preventable diseases, and school-age children can further spread disease to their families and others with whom they come in contact.
Trick or Treat Trot 5K and Family Fun Festival Update
Trick or Treat Trot – We are gearing up for our annual Trick or Treat Trot 5K and Family Fun Festival. It’s scheduled forSaturday, October 17 at the Arena at Gwinnett.
This year’s theme is Make the First Five Count. After the 5K and Kids’ Fun Run, we will have lots of great activities for the little ones (and little ones at heart) at the Family Fun Festival. It will be a great opportunity to meet other Easter Seals families. Here are 5 reasons why you should participate.
Support ESNG while keeping clothes clean and toxic-free!
Story of Hope: Meet Anna*
When Anna was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder at two years old, her mother contacted ESNG’s early intervention services. Through therapies, she has made huge strides in her development. Read her story.*name has been changed per family’s request