The Denver Autism Wheel

Fun Events

Glendale Rugby for Autism!

Join the Autism Society of Colorado (ASC) and the Glendale Rugby Club on April 28th at 6pm as we team up for Autism Awareness Month!  Throughout April, the Glendale Rugby Club has been wearing puzzle piece ribbon shoelaces in their cleats to spread awareness and support children, families, and communities affected by autism.  For the final game of the month, the Glendale Rugby Club has invited ASC and our families to attend their last game for FREE!

In order to take advantage of this exciting opportunity, please contact Gwen or (720)214-0794 x 10 and let her know how many tickets you want.  Tickets can be picked up at “will call” on Saturday.  Additionally, you will have the opportunity to meet the players and get their autographs after the game!

Please be sure to RSVP by THIS Thursday, 4/26 to reserve your seats for this exciting family event.  Hope to see you there!

Walk Now for Autism Speaks

Saturday, May 26, at Mile High! More info to come, but you can start here.

Ongoing! The Livin’ Life Club

What: The Livin’ Life Club is a place where high school and transition age kids with and without special needs come to have an awesome time together. It is a really cool place to hang out with great friends and have fun in a computer lab, play Xbox360 Kinect, and enjoy enough activities to keep anyone jazzed up.Who: Individuals with special needs age 14-21

Where: Highpointe Center, 7313 S. Alton Way, Centennial

Near I-25 and Dry Creek

When: The first and third Friday of every month from 6:30-8:30

Cost: Livin’ Life relies on membership fees for financial support. Fees go toward the cost of club activities such as supplies, equipment and field trips. There are 24 events per year. Attendance at each club event is $10, monthly and annual discounts available.Scholarships available. We encourage you to attend the first time for FREE to make sure it is a good fit for your child.

Ongoing! Special Needs Yoga in South Metro Denver

Mondays, 5:15 – 5:45 p.m.

Ages 5 and up
$50 Monthly sessions

Come experience a form of yoga that works to improve balance and strength, focus and coordination. Learn poses to reduce fatigue, stiffness, and stress and stimulate the motor and sensory areas of the brain. Wheelchair accessible. All levels of mobility welcome.

For more information, 303-471-7043 or email

Location: Recreation Center at Westridge, Highlands Ranch

Contact: 303-471-7043 or email


1 Response to "Fun Events"

On the 2nd Saturday of the month is the Denver GRASP group. It meets from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. @ 1235 E. 18th Avenue. The next meeting is tomorrow, Jan. 8. Our chapter is a place where adults 18 and older on the autism spectrum can meet and be themselves. The meeting place is at my apartment, so the atmosphere will be homey and food will be served.

The theme tomorrow will be about music because it is Elvis’s birthday.

See you tomorrow!

Xenia Grant
Facilitator, Denver GRASP

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