A non-profit organization directly benefiting Houston area families and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
For the 2018 tournament, we had the pleasure of welcoming Michelle and Greg Groogan, pictured here with Lydia Rios. They shared their journey with their son, Garrett, and implored those in attendance to raise awareness of autism.
In 2014, we had the pleasure of welcoming two special guests to the tournament. Jessica Maldonado graciously shared her experience as a mother of a son with Autism. As a recipient of our first grant, she was able to speak about the necessity of advocacy and education and support that organizations like Tee Time for Autism provide.
We were also happy to welcome Grant Manier to share his Eco-Art and his story about living and thriving with autism. Grant was an inspiration to all and was able to make a huge contribution to Tee Time by donating an original piece of artwork. Please visit www.grantsecoart.com for more information about Grant.
In 2012, we had the pleasure of learning more about autism through the first hand experience of Mr. Greg Wood. Please take the time to visit his personal blog at www.gregorybrianwood.com. Greg has recently been involved in the creation of a film about adults working with autism. For more information about the film Programming Hope, please visit http://programminghope.com.