GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The annual Blue Bridge Walk for Autism is expected to draw a whole lot of individuals into Grand Rapids Wednesday night time.
Hope Network Foundation is internet hosting the third annual stroll to increase autism consciousness.
Hope Network officers say that a youngster is recognized with autism spectrum dysfunction each 20 minutes.
The stroll begins on the Front Avenue entrance to the Blue Bridge at 5 p.m. There might be free t-shirts given out beforehand. Michigan Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley is expected to attend the stroll.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum has additionally partnered with Hope Network to supply a sensory-pleasant night time for households affected by autism. There’s a ready listing for that occasion.