Spotlight On Maryland Pathfinders For Autism

Gina Crash Caught Up With Pathfinders For Autism Program Director Neal Lichter
Gina Crash with Pathfinders For Autism Program Director Neal Lichter
Gina Crash and Pathfinders For Autism Program Director Neal Lichter Photo credit Pathfinders For Autism

This week on Spotlight On Maryland, Gina Crash spoke with Pathfinders For Autism, (PFA), Program Director Neal Lichter about their ongoing programs and upcoming events like Sweetheart Soiree 2022 at Boordy Vineyards and their Golf Tournament May 16, 2022, as well as the most recent Autism Spectrum Disorder, (ASD), stats nationally and in Maryland.

Pathfinders For Autism works to support and improve the lives of individuals affected by autism through expansive, customized programming, and by providing resources, training, information and activities free of charge. PFA served almost 22,000 people across Maryland last year.

Pathfinders For Autism was established as a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization in February 2000 by parents of children with autism, including Baltimore Orioles Hall of Famer William "B.J." Surhoff and his wife Polly Winde Surhoff.

For more information about PFA and their programs, visit pathfindersforautism.org. You can also find them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Click below to listen to the interview.

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