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February 2018

AMC Sensory Friendly Films: Peter Rabbit

February 24 @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
AMC Oak View Mall, 3555 S 140th Plaza
Omaha, NE 68144 United States
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The AMC Oak View Mall movie theater provides sensory-friendly film screenings for special needs kids.

AMC Theaters and The Autism Society of Nebraska (Omaha) are sponsoring a “sensory friendly” screening of films at the AMC Oak View Theater. Please check back on their website the Wednesday prior to the scheduled showing. They update their movies times on that day every week. **Please note that due to the numbers of Sensory Friendly Films each month,…

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April 2018

2018 Omaha Autism Society Puzzle Walk

April 14 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St
Ralston, NE 68127 United States
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Join the Autism Society of Nebraska Omaha for the 2018 Puzzle Walk and Family Festival.

The Autism Society of Nebraska will be hosting their Omaha Autism Puzzle Walk at the Ralston Arena in Omaha on Saturday, April 14. Come join us for a great family event with bounce houses for ages 1-101, carnival games, face painting, character appearances and loads of fun! This INDOOR venue allows the event to go…

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2018 Nebraska ASD Network State Conference

April 19 - April 20
Embassy Suites Convention Center – LaVista, NE, 12520 Westport Pkwy
LaVista, NE 68128 United States
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Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorder Network Logo

The Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Network is hosting their annual conference in LaVista, NE from April 19-20, 2018.  The Conference will start at 7:30 on both days.  The Conference will feature many exhibits, breakout sessions and keynote speakers including: Pat Friman, Director of Clinical Services at Boys Town, will speak on "Anxiety and the…

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Brad Wendel

I was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska (GO BIG RED) and live there with my wife Mindi and our 5-year old son, Alex. Alex was diagnosed on the Spectrum in the Spring of 2014. Originally non-verbal, Alex has made massive leaps in speech and motor development thanks to local therapists, teachers, assistants and countless recreational and educational activities available to residents of the Omaha area. I promise to work hard and make sure you are aware of everything available to you and your special needs children.