Keystone walks to support children with autism

Fourteen staff members with their friends and family raised $635 and walked in the 2015 Walk Now For Autism Speaks event on Sept. 19, on behalf of children who have been diagnosed with ASD (autism spectrum disorder). They were joined by more than 2,000 walkers as they walked to change the future for everyone who struggles with autism. The walk itself raised over $45,000 toward the $90,000 goal, and donations are still coming in!

2015_09_19 KBP in Walk Now for Autism Speaks

Keystone employees Christopher Stover with Cindy Xhelo and their son; Maegan Howell; Hannah Edelstein and Rachel Grue are ready to show their team pride in the 2015 Walk Now For Autism Speaks at Jacksonville Landing on Sept. 19, 2015. Seven other Keystone walkers joined them in the event.

Autism Speaks’ mission is to fund research, increase awareness and family services, and advocate for individuals with autism and their families. Keystone, as a full-service, outpatient clinic, helps children with ASD and more than 40 other behavior diagnoses and disorders by providing individual- and family-based services.

Keystone emphasizes an integrated whole-child approach to assessment and treatment. Treatment commonly involves new skill acquisition through evidence-based behavioral programming strategies to promote positive behaviors and to decrease problematic actions.

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