Hope 4 Hanna

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Online registration is now closed. Walk up registration for all races is available only at the race site Saturday 4pm-7pm and on race day, Sunday, starting at 6am. Cash or Check only please. Thank you for your interest and support.

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Welcome to Hope 4 Hanna

Rally your friends, family, and coworkers to join us at the Plaza Pacifica shopping center in San Clemente to help find the causes, effective treatments, and a cure for autism, as well as enjoy a day of good old-fashioned family fun.

Rain or Shine! The 4th Annual Trace 3 San Clemente 10k-5k and 1/2k Kids Run benefitting Hope 4 Hanna will take place on Sunday, October 21st, 2012. Help us as we "Take Down Autism One Step at a Time".

New for 2012 is our family friendly TACA Fallapalooza Festival for Families. This event will immediately follow the 2012 4th Annual Trace 3 San Clemente, 10K-5K and 1/2 Kids Run.

Sensory friendly activities include: Bounce house, petting zoo, pumpkin painting, face painting, mask creating and more fun fall activities for kids on the autism spectrum, their siblings and friends. Don’t miss out on this fantastic kid friendly event! This event is being designed with ASD families in mind.

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About Hope 4 Hanna

Hope 4 Hanna was started in May 2008 by its founding board members: Justin Alderson, Kristen Alderson, Joshua Belden, and Lene` Belden. The inspiration for their vision is Johanna (“Hanna”) Belden, who was diagnosed in October 2006 with Autism Spectrum Disorder shortly after her second birthday.

The mission of Hope 4 Hanna is to help create a less challenging road for families dealing with the disorder. Once diagnosed, every child with autism faces a set of new expectations and responsibilities including, but not limited to behavioral and biomedical interventions, occupational and speech therapies, dietary restrictions, individual education planning, specialized playdates and socialization classes. The families have the task of introducing these new schedules and interventions into their homes, while trying to maintain normalcy.

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