Serving Autism On and Off The Tennis Court

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Sandy Collier
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6 – week session for kids from 5-18 living with Autism Spectrum Disorder 

NORTH PALM BEACH, FLA (May 20) – Love Serving Autism is expanding beyond the Florida border. The adaptive tennis program is opening in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for children living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Developmental Challenges. 

The 6-week session for children ages 5-18 will teach specialized tennis instruction, including fitness, hand-eye coordination, communication, and life skills. 

“We are excited to offer our programming to families in additional states because there is a critical need for structured, therapeutic recreational opportunities for the children and adults with special needs,” said Lisa Pugliese-LaCroix, the founder of Love Serving Autism. “The Cambridge Tennis Center is a wonderful location to begin.” 

Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder, affecting 1 in 54 children born today and 1 in 37 

boys. Autism costs a family an average of $60,000 throughout childhood, with the bulk of the cost in 

special services and lost wages related to increased demands on one or both parents. 

WHO: Love Serving Autism to Expand into Cambridge, Massachusetts 

WHAT: Six-week classes for kids 5-18 living with autism 

WHEN: Sunday, June 6, 2021 (6-week session) 

WHERE: Cambridge Tennis Center 40 Willard St. Cambridge, MA 02138 (617) 354-0303 

About Love Serving Autism: LSA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides after-school charter and community-based therapeutic tennis programs for children and adults with ASD to create learning opportunities to play and socialize through innovative and rewarding activities. The organization’s significant goal is to build an inclusive therapeutic tennis and recreational center. 

For more information about Love Serving Autism, go to www.loveservingautism.org. 

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