Greensboro Camp Helps EJ Find His Voice

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Greensboro Camp Helps EJ Find His Voice

EJ Clay is about to turn 10. He loves puzzles, bubbles, music, anything outdoors, and most of all, basketball. “EJ loves to play basketball,” said his mom, Cecily Shropshire, explaining that he is tall for his age. “They call him the Little LeBron.” He’s also very funny and is often the class clown, she said….

Guilford Team Gives Back at Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism

College is a time for young adults to learn more about the world around them and their place in it. Tom Carmean, head coach of the Guilford College men’s lacrosse team since 2010, wants to help the young men he works with gain perspective on people who are outside of their usual spheres. So last…

Gavin’s Gang Walks for Resources and Awareness

  Gavin Beale didn’t say his first word and screamed in frustration until after his third birthday. From the time he was about 10 months old, his parents, Jenny and Jason Beale of Greensboro, were very concerned about him. “It was a very dark time because we didn’t know what was going on with him,”…

HPU Lacrosse Team Steps Out to Improve Lives in Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism

The High Point University men’s lacrosse team has quickly established a winning tradition in the first four years of its existence, but for Triad families with autism, some of the team’s off-the-field stats are what make the players outstanding: 4 years of participating in the Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism as a team 56 lacrosse players…

Run or Walk for Autism this fall

Editor’s Note – The following Blog article was written by Heather Hargrave, Development Associate and Run/Walk for Autism Coordinator. Lace up your running shoes and participate in the 2012 fall run/walks for autism and help us make a difference in the lives of over 60,000 individuals with autism in North Carolina. Regardless of the event…