Living with Autism in Two Worlds with Dr. Temple Grandin


Dr. Temple Grandin. Photo by Dr. Temple Grandin.

Dr. Temple Grandin. Photo by Dr. Temple Grandin.

Autism Spectrum Disorders bring a mix of emotions, behaviors, abilities, disabilities, challenges and triumphs. It encompasses many parts of a spectrum from one end to another that can be puzzling, mysterious and even eye opening. In spite of this, life exists and the unique abilities from each individual with autism can be nurtured to provide endless possibilities that can be the difference in the lives of others.

Hope For Three and presenting sponsor Fred and Mabel R. Parks Foundation is honored to present Dr. Temple Grandin on February 6th, 2015 at Sugar Creek Baptist Church. The interactive speaking engagement will give guests a startling, no-nonsense insight of a person living with autism, as well as share ideas on how others can overcome obstacles and improve their quality of life.

Dr. Temple Grandin is a renowned inventor, author and advocate who is considered the most accomplished and well-known adult living with autism in the world. She is also the leading expert on humane management strategies within the cattle industry.

Dr. Grandin’s speaking engagement is for all who are interested, whether you have autism, caring for someone with autism or do not know anyone with autism. Organizers believe each and every person will be inspired to be the difference.

Tickets are $15 each. Guests can purchase tickets at www.hopeforthree.org/temple-grandin. For information on volunteer and sponsorship opportunities and group sales, contact Christina at christina@hopeforthree.org or 800-317-0787.