In preparation for the May 4th Walk for Autism Speaks, Lauren Rabin of Autism Family Center (Winnetka) and Private Psychologist Dr. Jacqueline Duke (Wilmette), have collaborated their efforts to increase the representation of young professionals working with children on the autism spectrum in the North Shore.
On Thursday, March 20th, AS2YP (Autism Speaks to Young Professionals), a chapter of non-profit Autism Speaks Organization, will be hosting a complimentary happy hour for professionals in the North Shore to build a larger network of individuals interested in bringing greater awareness to the autism community.
“As young professionals, many of us are still looking for a larger purpose. AS2YP gives us the opportunity to get involved in a greater cause with people we can relate to,” said Rabin.
Located at Found – a kitchen and social house located at 1631 Chicago Avenue, Evanston. Local patrons describe Found as a “casual-hip with a business class upgrade for originality, comfort, and food. Complimentary drinks and appetizers begin at 5:30 PM. AS2YP welcomes anyone interested in meeting like-minded professionals interested in joining other charitable adults in their 20’s and 30’s on the North Shore.
…Or those who simply want to eat, drink, and mingle.