Programs

KID FRIENDLY KUTS

Kid-Friendly Kuts, is one of our older programs which was inspired by Anne Dupuis and her son Ethan, in conjunction with LaFamille Hair Salon, and with cooperation from Allison LeBeouf, LOTR and Marsha LeGoullon, M.A., CCC-SLP, of Pediatric Therapy and Learning Center and Joslyn McCoy, Ph.d, BCBA-D, of Aspire Behavioral Health.

The ongoing program will be limited to 4-5 families each month it is offered. Email Anne Dupuis at demas149@cox.net to reserve a space for child. Reservations will be available on a first come, first serve basis. If you cannot rsvp, but are able to make it the day of a scheduled event, call the salon to inquire of availability.

It is recommended for children who are fearful, that you allow him or her to visit the salon a few times either by participating in the program without opting for a haircut, or dropping by the salon outside the program’s scheduled dates and times prior to trying to get a haircut.  The goal is to make the children feel more comfortable with the whole process of visiting the salon and getting a haircut.

LaFamille Hair Salon
2429 B West Congress St, Lafayette, LA 70506
337-232-8300

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If you have any questions, please contact the Autism Society Acadiana office at (337) 235-4425 or via email.

 

Sky zone sensory sunday

10AM – 11AM | EVERY SECOND AND LAST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH
Enjoy the freedom of jumping. Sensory hours provide a quieter, toned-down jumping experience for those with special needs
$11 PER JUMPER (Tax included)

Chuck e cheese sensory sunday

9AM – 11AM | first Sunday of the month

Chuck E. Cheese’s is proud to support families who have children with autism and special needs. We now offer a sensory-friendly experience on the first Sunday of every month. Our trained and caring staff is there to make sure each guest has a fun filled visit.

The Sensory Sensitive Sundays experience includes:

  1. Less crowding and noise
  2. Dimmed lighting
  3. Show and music turned off or down
  4. Limited appearances by Chuck E.
  5. Food and games are offered

LIAM’S PLAYGROUP

Liam’s Playgroup is an outdoor club type activity for children with special needs. There will be different activities for these play dates and there is also a play area with sand, trampoline, climbing dome and clubhouse.This playgroup was the idea of mom, Megan Muller, for kids to come out and play together in an outdoor setting. This activity is RSVP by text to 337-581-0015. There will be a limit of 15 families.

Parents will need to stay with their child(ren).