Ability Partners Foundation recently hosted its 10th annual Autism Awareness Walk, which was broadcast live on Facebook.
The broadcast reached over 1, 200 viewers, whose efforts helped APF surpass its fundraising goal. Proceeds support the programs and services offered by Happiness House, CP Rochester and Rochester Rehabilitation to individuals of all ages diagnosed with or exhibiting characteristics of autism.
James Fratto was the honorary chair of this event, accompanied by his parents, Liz and Matt, and brothers, Jack and Sebastian. James is diagnosed with nonverbal autism and attends the preschool program at Happiness House in Canandaigua.