On Tuesday, March 27, from 5:30-7:00pm, join us at The Birchtree Center for the Birchtree Art Show. Original artwork, decorative plants, and other items hand-crafted by individual Birchtree students, class groups and staff will be on display and available for purchase. All proceeds go to Birchtree’s Student Support Fund, which underwrites essential educational and therapeutic equipment, supplies and services for students with autism–as well as admission-free autism Q&As and workshops. This art show is the first in a series of fun and exciting fundraisers for the Student Support Fund that Birchtree will host this spring to commemorate Autism Awareness Month. For more information…
Join Birchtree’s autism experts for a series of admission-free programs in 2017-18! At three Autism Workshops, para-educators, childcare providers and direct service providers can get practical tips for working with children and youth with with autism. At six Autism Q&As, parents, guardians and caregivers can ask their questions on the specified topic. Complimentary onsite childcare is available for families during the Q&As. Reservations are required; register here.
Thank you to everyone who supported Birchtree’s sixth-annual Benefit for Learning Auction on November 4, 2017! Guests enjoyed live music, live and silent auctions, raffles, appetizers, desserts, and drinks. All proceeds went to the nonprofit Birchtree Center’s educational and therapeutic programs for children and youth with autism and their families. For more information, click here.
Since 2000, the number of students with autism in New Hampshire has increased six fold, according to the state’s Council on Autism Spectrum Disorders. The Birchtree Center, a nonprofit autism agency based in Newington, is offering a series of admission-free programs this school year to help individuals affected by this trend.
Birchtree’s autism specialists traveled a combined 28,713 miles in 2016 providing consultation, assessments, staff training, and services in public schools and family homes throughout the Seacoast and beyond. Continue reading
We wish you could be here to enjoy the delicious smells coming from our students’ cooking projects! Birchtree’s students enjoy baking and cooking as part of their work to develop independent-living skills and pre-vocational skills. Some students create meals and snacks to share with classmates, while others create dishes to sell at The Nook, Birchtree’s student-run school store.