Healthy Eating Series Funded by Stop and Shop

The Light House has been proud to partner with Growing Potential Services to put on a completely free eight-week Healthy Eating course funded by Stop and Shop. This course, led by integrated physician Dr. Kendra Becker dove into how to cook healthy and nutritional meals that cater to different food sensitivities in an inexpensive way. Being able to cook healthy and nutritional meals is one of the biggest obstacles parents face on a day to day basis, and this problem is only exacerbated within families living in a low-income area. Having the additional challenge of children with autism spectrum disorder or other related diagnoses means accommodating children with an increased sensitivity to c

The Light House Celebrates Successful Ales for Autism

The Light House celebrated a successful 2nd annual Ales for Autism this previous month. Attendees sampled a range of beer food pairings, specifically curated for the event by the brewers at Niantic Public House, and Lillian’s Café chef, Steve Turner. The first pairing featured guests’ choice of either Rasplosion, a raspberry porter, or Feeling Gobsmacked, a smoked beer, paired with charcuterie platters scattered around the room. For the next pairing, attendees were given Fear The Turtle, a milk stout, which they were able to pair with a variety of items from the raw bar, where Steve Turner was handing out shrimp cocktail and shucking littleneck clams and local oysters. With the final pairing

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