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Alex Bain
Autistic Celebration Run
Safety-Training & Education
July 2006

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Alex Bain is an 18 year old Bluefield High School graduate and is diagnosed autistic. Alex was the PEI RoadRunner 2004 Rookie of the Year & 2005 Inspirational Runner of the Year. Alex wants to be the first autistic to run PEI tip to tip.

"jypsy" (janet norman-bain), Alex's mom is diagnosed Asperger's Syndrome, an Autism Spectrum Disorder, as is one of Alex's brothers. jypsy will accompany Alex on her bike.

The Bain family lives in Oyster Bed Bridge, Prince Edward Island.

Dennis Debbaudt is an internationally recognized expert on law enforcement and safety for autistic individuals.

Debbaudt’s presentations inform officers, first responders, medical and school personnel, about how to identify and respond to a person with autism.

Dennis will also address on the many ways that parents and caregivers can keep their child secure and safe both in the home and in the community.

Our Goal is to raise the funds necessary to pay all expenses related to Dennis Debbaudt's Safety Training Sessions on Prince Edward Island so he can present to PEI (and Maritime) Law Enforcement, First Responders, and all interested autistics and parents, caregivers, school personnel, and professionals working with autistics free of charge to all participants. Any extra money raised will be spent on Resource Material for Islanders.

The Run will start in North Cape on July 2nd, and end in East Point on July 15th, 2006 We'll take the Confederation Trail from Tignish to Elmira including the 9K side trail from Charlottetown. Total Distance about 295Km.

Please support our efforts to make Prince Edward Island a safer place for everyone.

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