You can support GRASP by making a purchase from the Rugh Family Workshop:
The Rugh Family Workshop poster project was started by artist parents Jaime and Jeffrey Rugh in June 2009. Inspired by the Asperger members of their immediate and extended family, the workshop started designing limited-edition posters to promote awareness, support and compassion for individuals, families, and communities living with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The posters which the Rugh family hopes will best function in homes, schools, libraries and community centers vary widely in range as does the spectrum itself. The family is hoping to honor and promote those who are on the Autism Spectrum as well as those involved with Autism. Many of the posters come from collaborations with parents, authors, educators, artists, and other supportive individuals. Their website, in turn, is to become a wonderful resource of links and inspiration. New posters will be released every three months and the Rugh family will be hosting periodic poster making workshops using rubber-stamps on poster blanks which say "Autism is a Spectrum."
To purchase a poster, please go to www.rughfamilyworkshop.com. A donation will be made from each poster sale to GRASP.
|Poster images courtesy of The Rugh Family Workshop|