Julie Ellis discusses how Myrtle Beach and the communities are committed to creating Autism and Sensory-friendly destinations for families who have a family member with Autism at Myrtle Beach since 2016. Becky Large has been working with Julie Ellis to educate businesses about Autism and how they can accommodate families to have fun and enjoy Myrtle Beach! In this interview you will hear about the Project Life Saver for those who wander off, a tracking device someone can wear!
Julie Ellis Public Relations Manager of Visit Myrtle Beach and Becky Large the Founder and Executive Director of Champion Autism Network and Mother of a child with Autism Spectrum.
Becky Large discussed how she created Champion Autism Network in 2012 which is a non-profit organization located in Surfside, S.C. to help those with Autism have better lives, be able to travel and enjoy life, and be able to work and play without guilt, worry, or fear! There is so much information in this interview for families, you do not want to miss this!
Providing the Audio Interview for the full discussion with Betsy and guests Julie and Becky on what Myrtle Beach provides for families vacationing in this family-friendly place.
A personal note from Betsy Wurzel, I am so grateful for the advocacy work that Champion Autism Network and Visit Myrtle Beach are doing to ensure that their businesses are Autism Friendly!
Visit Myrtle Beach has a campaign, Every Body Belongs at the Beach! How wonderful is that?!
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