On April 21, Adapting and Changing Children’s Environments with Successful Solutions (ACCESS) will present "A Sweet Soiree" to benefit children with disabilities and their families. The event will take place from 7-10 p.m. at the Stone Creek Club and Spa in Covington and will feature a "Who’s Who" of area musicians.
The mission of ACCESS is to raise awareness and funds to help support families of children with disabilities in order to improve their quality of life. The group includes individuals, health care providers and businesses. ACCESS has a core advisory board composed of representatives of the north shore medical community, including physicians, therapists and hospital system administrators, as well as parents, Northshore Families Helping Families and parents of children with disabilities. Ochsner physician, Dr. Aaron Karlin, is closely involved with the ACCESS program.
To read more about the ACCESS "A Sweet Soiree," click here.