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June Autism Workshops are Here!

Join us for more Autism Workshops during the month of June! These workshops are for parents, caregivers, extended family, and anyone else caring for an autistic child. There will be time for questions, reflections, and sharing ideas. We’ll cover the following topics in June:

  • Tuesday, June 6 (5-6 pm) – Autism 101
  • Tuesday, June 13 (5-6 pm) – Just Go to Sleep!
  • Tuesday, June 20 (5-6 pm) – To Stim or Not to Stim
  • Tuesday, June 27 (5-6 pm) – I Can’t Eat That

No registration necessary, no diagnosis necessary, and all members of the community are welcome (including families who do not have a child enrolled at CTC). Please share with friends and colleagues who’d like to learn more about autism!

Please contact the host one week in advance if an interpreter is needed.

All sessions are hosted live on Zoom # 878 6039 9543. 

Click here to add one or more workshops to your calendar.

Health Fair Saturday, June 10

The Nashi Immigrants Health Board partners with Ukrainian and Russian speaking communities in WA state to meet the broad range of health and social needs of our people and advocate through community engagement, empowerment and connection to resources.

This summer health fair will be held on Saturday, June 10 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at Midway Park in Des Moines, and includes craft classes for children, pediatric vaccinations, free phones/tablets, and more.

Play & Learn

“Play & Learn” is a FREE drop-in class where caregivers and their children learn, play, and sing with other families in the community. Join us every Monday (in Black Diamond/Maple Valley) or Tuesday (Enumclaw)!

  • Mondays at CTC/Maple Valley from 2-3:30 at 29020 216th Ave SE, Black Diamond, 98010
  • Tuesdays at JJ Smith Elementary School at 1640 Fell Street, Enumclaw, 98022.

Dia de la Familia Resource Fair

It’s almost summer, and that means plenty of community-based resource and health fairs for families.

Our partners share these events with us so that we can share them with CTC families.

This free event takes place Saturday, June 10 from 10:30-2:00 at the South Park Community Center. Games, fun, raffles, music, activities, resources and information for the whole family!