WallynZavy's Autistic Kids Can Do! Inc.New Jersey's Premier Organization for Advocacy, Support, and Recreational Services for Autistic and Special Needs Children and Young Adults
Making an impact today to create a better tomorrow
Welcome from Mother, Founder & CEO Taleana William-Hurst
How We Are Helping
We are a nonprofit organization focused on helping make the world around us a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless staff, we provide and organize fundraisers, community-building events, social meet ups, workshops, resources, seminars and family counseling is available.
Are you passionate about what we’re doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We’ll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you whether it is a fundraiser, social meet ups or seminar/workshop. We’re excited to have you join the team!
advocacy & IEP Support
It is important that parents understand the objectives and goals of their child’s IEP and the time that the goals are expected to be met. The IEP is a legal document between the parents and school district.
social meet ups
The organization traditionally has a social play date at a location like Dave and Buster’s, SkyZone or Bowling once a month. There is a summer bowling camp for 6 weeks. These activities are used to help the children foster relationships and support great communication and socialization skills. These are all inclusive events and all children are welcomed.
Resources are provided to the family free of charge. Resources can range from using autism friendly professionals like doctors or dentists. There are resources on symptoms of Autism, schools, education programs and information on how to care for a child with Autism. This is just to name a few.
WEBINARS, WORKSHOPS, & SEMINARS
We have webinars to make sure our parents are educated about many changes that may affect their family life. We want parents to take advantage of any resources from other organizations and agencies that can impact their family. Parents need to stay informed.