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Dates to Remember

Woodallkids Carnival
May 3

Summer Camp Week 1
Aug 4-8

Summer Camp Week 2
Aug 11- 15

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Woodallkids Family Video
 In honor of Autism Awareness Month, families of the BWF contributed videos and photos of special moments in their lives.




Fun in the Sun
Woodallkids Summer Camps

August 4- 8
August 11- 15



The Seaside & Me (ages 2-4)
Sand Pail Activities (ages 4-6)
Passport to Fun (ages 7-9)
Sea, Sand, & Surf (ages 7- 12)


Send a Kid to Camp HERE!
$300 will pay for one child's summer camp tuition. 
BWF Parents Garage Sale
Got junk? 
Have some things you'd like to give away? Don't have time for a garage sale yourself? Donate your used goods to the BWF Parents Garage Sale to benefit the Brent Woodall Foundation. All funds raised will be contributed to the Walkabout for Autism in September 2014. 


What to donate: 
Anything gently used or new that fits in a regular sedan.
Toys, kids clothes, puzzles, electronics, home decor, jewelry, household items, small kitchen appliances, DVDs, books, tricycles, bikes, scooters, sand boxes, water tables and other outdoor toys... 
No adult clothes or stuffed animals please.
How to Drop-Off:
Email Katya at katushka777@yahoo.com to
schedule a morning drop-off. 
Email Kerri at kerricrozier@gmail.com to
schedule an afternoon drop-off.
All items will be collected at the Brent Woodall Foundation's office,
3021 Gateway Drive, Suite 295, Irving, TX 75063. 


Woodallkids Carnival Photos

 The Woodallkids Carnival was a blast! Thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy such a beautiful day. Thank you to the Irving Fire Department, Irving Police Department, Deborah and Don Leonard, God's Little Critters, Dr. Melissa Rozas, DDS, FX Direct and all of the amazing parents and volunteers who helped make the Carnival possible!


See more photos here.


Thank you 
Girl Scout Troop 1431!!!

Girl Scout Troop 1431 created a mural using hand prints of Woodallkids and BWF staff as well as a fabulous puppet show 
as a community service project. 
We cannot express out appreciation enough!

Spanish Speakers Needed
Spanish Outreach
The Brent Woodall Foundation is currently offering a Spanish Outreach internship for individuals fluent in both Spanish and English. Students may use internship hours for school credit, depending on the school. 
The BWF's Spanish Outreach program is designed to bring Spanish- speaking families in the Dallas- Fort Worth area the resources and tools they need to help their own children. Spanish Outreach interns will assist staff in conducting Family FIRST meetings and assessments, translating documents, and communicating with parents. Interns will receive basic training in Applied Behavior Analysis therapy.


Fluency in Spanish and English
Transportation to Irving, TX

Relevant majors/ areas of interest:

Teaching/Special Education

Childhood development
Family studies

Physical therapy
Early childhood education
Social work
Occupational therapy (pre-OT & OT).

Communication Science/ Speech Pathology


Dental Hygiene

Health studies


Time commitment:   

60 hour internship
7-10 hours/ week  


How to Apply:   
Send a resume and one-page cover letter to Evelyn Quionez at evelyn@woodallkids.org. Please send your cover letter in Spanish. Indicate what you hope to learn from this internship and any relevant experience or goals that you have. Call Evelyn at 972-756-9170 for questions.   

Cristi's Outreach Foundation:
Celebrating Autism Awareness Around the World

On World Autism Awareness Day, an event to show support for children affected by autism was organized in the town of Barlad, Romania. Cristi's Outreach Foundation, a branch of the Brent Woodall Foundation, along with several dozen students and parents of children with autism launched dozens of balloons and lanterns to draw attention toward the significant neglect of the needs of these young children, whom are not included in any governmental health plan. Presently 30 children between 3 and 8 years of age receive services from Cristi's Outreach, many of which are brought by their parents from tens of kilometers away because they do not have the option of a specialized therapeutic center where they live. Another 120 children are on the center's waiting list. This event brought together almost 100 children, students, parents, and advocates, including the Mayor of Barlad. 



  Two Super Easy Ways to Help 

Register yourself on www.GoodSearch.com and choose the Brent Woodall Foundation as the mission you want to support. Every time you use the GoodSearch search engine, the company will donate one cent to the Brent Woodall Foundation. This is an alternative to Google that will do a whole lot of GOOD for children with autism. It is free and easy to use. Fund-raise for the BWF with just a click of your mouse!
Visited the Brent Woodall Foundation's wish list on Amazon.  
Help the Foundatiom with just a click of your mouse. 



Brent Woodall Foundation for Exceptional Children


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