This Saturday—May 6—marks the eighth annual Open Sky for Autism event in Los Angeles. From 10am to 2pm, “families living with autism and other developmental disabilities” can find assistance “gaining the confidence, comfort, and enjoyment of air travel.” The event is free, though as part of a clever strategy you must register and pay for a ticket and then be reimbursed at the door on Saturday (to ensure attendees come). It’s all happening at Air Hollywood, where I recently attended the amazing Pan Am Experience.
It’s a great event. Check out more info here.
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