In the News: “HANDS in Autism intern was once a Riley kid and now she’s giving back”

HANDS in Autism mentor at the 2019 art expo

Last week, Hendricks was back at Riley for the HANDS in Autism Art Expo, which she helped to organize as part of her internship with the autism group. The free, public event in Simon Family Tower showcased artwork created by individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other disabilities, giving them a chance to show their strengths, build their confidence and educate the community.

– By Maureen Gilmer, IU Health senior journalist

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