Next KIT at Autism Calgary – Next KIT is May 22nd, from 7-9pm

KIT “Keeping it Together” Mom’s Self-Care Group 

Next KIT date:

Monday, May 22nd 7-9pm

Eventbrite - Keeping it Together - Mom's Group - an Autism Calgary Event May 22nd, 2017

Keeping It Together (KIT) is a “self-care support group” specifically for moms of loved ones with ASD of all ages (toddlers, children, teens and adult children). Consider this your “girls night out” and get together with other moms who go through the same challenges, obstacles and share the simplest of wins. Let’s experience who we are as women not someone’s Mom or wife. We listen, understand and accept. The majority of the evening is focused on self-care through interactive presentations. We empower ourselves and each other. Please bring your journal. If you are new to the group a personal journal will be gifted to you.

For Monday May 22n, 2017 KIT

TOPIC: Flower and Feather Pens!

Join us for an evening of crafts, visiting, and encouragement. Express your personality in a practical and pretty flower and/or feather pen. No art ability is required! 

All materials will be provided. Crafty mommas: a few more glue guns and scissors will help speed our process. Please bring em if you have em.

This session will be led by our own KIT mom, Kathryn Fortin. Kathryn is mom to two kids, one of them on the autism spectrum.


As usual, pot-luck is optional and always fun!

*Please note that child care is not provided.


For June KIT:

Topic TBA (likely our annual KIT “walk in the park”)

For Questions contact: kit [at] autismcalgary [dot] com


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