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The Heather & Liam Connection for Autism
$865 raised
9% of $10k goal
23 contributors
4 Years running
April is "Distracted Driver Awareness Month."
April is "Autism Awareness Month."
April is the month, 5 years ago, that Heather Dawn Bouchard was killed in southern Maine, while driving, and attempting to retrieve her dropped cell phone.
April is "Driver Distraction Awareness Month."
April is "Autism Awareness Month."
April is the month 5 years ago, that Heather Dawn Bouchard was killed in southern Maine , while attempting to retrieve her dropped cell phone.


This project was established after my daughter, Heather Dawn Bouchard, was killed while being a distracted driver.
A double major graduate from University of New England, Heather Dawn's dream was to open a center specializing in direct services for children with autism and other tangled learnerd. With her medical biology, and psychology degrees behind her, Heather Dawn was pursuing her graduate degree to specialize in the field of autism . Her innate ability to connect and guide autistic children, especially, a little guy, named Liam, is the motivator for the project. Distracted driving, is the catalyst. Donations will be absolutely used to enhance the daily social, behavioral, personal and academic education of autistic and other tangled learners in the St. John Valley, Maine, and beyond. A fundraiser in 2011, yielded funds for the project to purchase 13 i Pad 2s, with semi protective cases. These diverse learning tools were given to the awardees here in the valley, and beyond in July of 2012.
Suggestions for the monies garnered in the 2013 fundraisers are coming in from the parents, and social workers.

Your donations are deeply appreciated,
Heather Dawn's Mom
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