FEEDNH.org, the charitable trust for Great NH Restaurants (T-BONES, CJ’s, Cactus Jack’s, & Copper Door), recently visited Ready Set Connect’s Manchester location with a special delivery of Goldfish to help support their ABA therapy efforts for children with Autism. These same deliveries will take place quarterly through 2020 to Ready Set Connect’s various locations throughout New Hampshire.
The mission of FEEDNH.org is to strengthen New Hampshire communities through philanthropic collaboration, dedicated employee involvement and volunteerism benefiting local Families, Elderly, Education, and Disadvantaged.
“Crotched Mountain’s Ready Set Connect program provides amazing autism services for their clients. FEEDNH.org is proud to support a center that is in the forefront of providing group-based ABA therapy to allow their clients to thrive in the community,” said Tanya Randolph, Ambassador of Philanthropy & Community Outreach for FEEDNH.org.
The goal of Ready Set Connect is to help children with autism gain the skills to succeed in school, at home, and in the community. Their autism services for children are center-based, meaning their children come together in a common location, which blends individualized teaching with group learning. Ready Set Connect currently has centers in Manchester, Concord, and newly opened in Tilton.
“Each of these little cheddar Goldfish has the power to help a child with autism gain the skills to achieve maximum independence. These treats are a favorite at all of our Ready Set Connect centers and our therapists will use them in their toolkit of incentives and rewards during their therapeutic treatment, helping the children attain their individual goals. We are grateful to our friends at FEEDNH.org for helping make this magic happen,” said David Johnson, Vice President of Marketing for Crotched Mountain School and Ready Set Connect.
For more information about Ready Set Connect, visit crotchedmountain.org.