Garfield Walk for a Difference (POAC)

June 7, 2015, Garfield, NJPOAC Autism Services is a nonprofit organization that provides more no-cost training and education for the autism community than any other organization. Clifton Massage Therapy students were delighted to provide complimentary chair massages to attendees at the Garfield Walk for a Difference event as they continue their fundraising efforts for this important cause.

In March 2014, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released a report showing 1 in 68 children nationally has an Autism Spectrum Disorder. New Jersey had the highest rates, with 1 in 45, 1 in 28 boys. The national rate marks an increase of 30% from the previous 1 in 88 statistic.

Said Chief Operating Officer Christopher Coutts, “I’m proud of our Clifton Massage Therapy students and staff for providing support and services at this event and helping to support our local community.”

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