How to Include Those with Autism in the Church

Part of The Salvation Army's mission is to meet the needs of individuals of all backgrounds, without discrimination. Some needs are more unique than others and require special attention. Dalton was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at a young age, but when he arrived at the Bakersfield Corps he was welcomed like every other kid. Watch today's video to see how the church body embraced him and made him feel at home, and be inspired to reach out and make others feel welcome at your own church.

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