Lynchburg, VA - Thursday, parents and students in Lynchburg got to see what services the city offers to families dealing with autism.
The annual Autism Expo kicked off Friday afternoon at E.C. Glass high school. Various organizations were on site to talk about what they offer and to answer questions. They say they want to show everyone touched by autism that Lynchburg cares.
"That they are clearly not alone. It's a comprehensive community based effort to make sure that the needs of their children are addressed through a collaboration," said Willis Vanderwerker, director of special education, LCS.
The expo is open to all parents of children with disabilities in Central Virginia.