Author Archives: Glade Run

The 2nd Annual Harvest Hoedown

Kick up your boots and get ready for some old fashioned fun at our 2nd annual Harvest Hoedown Benefit. Enjoy mouth-watering BBQ, live bluegrass music by The Allegheny Drifters, live and silent auctions and much more! Space is limited so register early! View Your Invitation and Register Here (Adobe Acrobat...

Back to School Drive

  Help the kids at Glade Run get ready for school by providing any of the following items: Folders (no metal clips) Card Stock (all colors) Color Pencils Highlighters Washable Markers Pencil Boxes Large Key Calculators Pencil-top Erasers Paints (finger, tempera & poster) Paint Brushes   Personal Supplies Needed: Socks...

Secrets Even Friends Don’t Tell

I’ve known Donna ever since our boys were in pre-school some 13 years ago. Joey and Michael were best friends through mid-elementary school. Eventually, they went their own ways going to different schools and so did Donna and I. But, we live in the same community and have run across...

Summer at Glade Run Adventures

Check out our wonderful summer opportunities, where there’s something for everyone. Mondays will feature horticulture lessons, specialized adventures 3-day mini camps on Tuesdays-Thursdays, an all abilities camp on Fridays and community workshops on Saturdays! We invite you to learn about transition time with us during the week. Our summer offerings...

Breaking Through Autism

From CBS Sunday Morning, Lesley Stahl brings us the remarkable story of one family that discovered an unlikely key to breaking through to their autistic child: the animated characters of Disney movies.

May is Mental Health Month

— http://blog.nami.org/2014/04/may-is-mental-health-month.html

Did you know that May is mental health month? A message from Mary Giliberti, J.D., Executive Director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).

What We Know About Autism

In one of the latest Ted Talks, geneticist Wendy Chung discusses the autism spectrum and what we have learned. Why does autism appear to be on the rise? How has research changed the landscape for parents, educators, and the medical community in the past few years? These questions, and more,...

Walk Now for Autism Speaks

Calling all volunteers! Be part of a great cause on behalf of children with autism spectrum disorders and their families! The annual Walk raises money every year to fund vital research for individuals with autism spectrum disorders. We will be representing with a Glade Run Booth with information about our...