Walk supports RD’s autistic son

Regal Noye, son of Kea-Guffin RD Theresa Noye, has been diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder, a form of Autism.

Regal’s Walk, a fundraiser for autism, will be taking place at the St. David’s campus on Oct. 4. The Noye family is excited to raise awareness for autism and the programs that have helped Regal.

“Autism does not have to be a life sentence,” Noye said. “Our son is living proof of this.”

With many prayers and the help of volunteers and miracles, God is working in Regal’s life as he is on the road to full recovery.

Six-year-old Regal is overcoming his diagnosis of autism with the help of the Son-Rise Program. The Son-Rise Program is a branch of Autism Treatment of America, which provides innovative ways for parents and professionals to care for children diagnosed with forms of Autism. The Son-Rise Program is designed to educate and enable parents to work with their children in an energetic, one-on-one program at home. They focus on four areas: eye contact, communication, interactive attention span and physical contact.

The Eastern community can join Regal in this celebration and support his recovery. Registration will start at McInnis at 9:15 a.m. The walk will begin at 10 a.m. and will end at noon with refreshments.

Visit regalswalk.com for more information about how to fundraise or to make a donation.

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