Autism Seminar

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.



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Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.



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Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.



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Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.



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Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O'Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O’Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.

Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O’Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.



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Rep. Bradford hosted an Autism Informational Session on March 2 at the Lower Salford Township Building in Harleysville. The purpose of this public seminar was to bring awareness of autism to parents as well as explore services that the state can provide families touched by autism. Presenters included Dave Crossen, executive director, Indian Creek Foundation; Nina Wall-Cote, director of the Bureau of Autism Services in the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; an official with the Autism Support Network; and State Rep. Dennis O’Brien, R-Phila., former speaker of the House and advocate for families of those with autism.