Visiting Santa might be overwhelming for some kids, but some families got to experience a quieter side of St. Nick. At the Anne Carlsen Center in Grand Forks on Saturday, kids who have sensory difficulties had a chance to warm up to Santa in a calm environment. They start in a sensory room playing with toys until they are ready to see the big man in red.
Kiln-fused glass art designed by autistic students made for a unique exhibition Wednesday evening in a downtown art gallery.
By Alicia Ewen kxnet.com Coulter Keller is four years old and loves dinosaurs. "I'm making an obdominous rex," says Coulter Keller, 4 year old Anne Carlsen Client. This budding artist also has autism. "Autism is a neurological disability that can create problems with communication,...
By Tom LaVenture on Aug 7, 2015 The Jamestown Sun Around 20 children are learning how to be a better friend at Social Skills Camp. The Anne Carlsen Center hosts the annual two-week camp as one of many across the state to...