Dr. Jennifer Hamick, an interim director at Texas Tech’s Burkhart Center for Autism Education & Research, interviewed on KLBK Bright & Early about their upcoming Walk for Autism Awareness.
The annual Burkhart Walk for Autism Awareness is going VIRTUAL!
This year there will be activities on TWO DAYS, so mark your calendar!
DAY ONE: Saturday April 24th
Virtual Walk Kit Pick-up Party
Drive-thru event at the Burkhart Center from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Music, Special Guests, T-shirts, Autism Resources, and Goodies!
Families are encouraged to wear their team shirts, decorate their vehicles, or display signs to celebrate their special someone with autism.
Burkhart Center for Autism Education and Research
2902 18th St.,
Lubbock, TX 79409
Please enter campus by turning onto Boston Avenue from 19th Street. Turn left onto 18th Street. Proceed around the circle driveway in front of the Burkhart Center as directed. Turn right as you leave the Burkhart Center parking lot and proceed onto 18th Street. Take a left onto Flint Avenue and proceed to exit campus via 19th Street. We ask that you stay in your vehicle and wear your mask at all times.
DAY TWO: Sunday, April 25th
We will walk virtually to raise awareness of autism spectrum disorder while celebrating the lives of individuals living with autism, their families, and the professionals who work with them.
In The News
This year, the annual event held during Autism Awareness Month will span two days with a virtual walk kit pick-up party on April 24 and the virtual walk on April 25.
(Press release provided by the Burkhart Center.)