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In the News: “HANDS in Autism intern was once a Riley kid and now she’s giving back”
Dr. Naomi Swiezy of Carmel has spent her career as a clinical and behavioral psychologist helping others. But in the early 2000s, she realized help was not coming fast enough for many patients with autism. In response, in 2004 she founded Hands in Autism, an Indianapolis organization focused on meeting needs of those with autism
During Autism Awareness Month, the public has an opportunity to learn more about this developmental disorder and how it impacts lives, specifically here in Indiana. Since 2004, the HANDS in Autism® Interdisciplinary Training and Resource Center has provided innovative practical training impacting thousands of lives across the state. Em Collins, 4/16/19
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