Project Help at MTSU Highlights Autism Awareness

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The month of April is national Autism Awareness month and Project Help celebrated with lots of activities at both their Baird Lane and Fairview Center locations this week.  Lots of community friends, parents and even the MTSU Blue Raider Football players participated in the activities.  Called “Light It Up Blue” the event was centered around a blue chalk signing in the parking lot and painting the hallways to bring more awareness for Autism.


Project Help is a comprehensive early learning center which provides inclusive classes for children ages 3 months to kindergarten, where young children who have delays play and learn with those who are developing typically or above.  In addition, Project Help provides home-based services for families with children birth to three years of age who have developmental delays and are affiliated with the Tennessee Early Intervention System (TEIS) along with appropriate hands-on learning experiences for MTSU (and Motlow State Community College’s Nursing Program) students.

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