Join us for "Dueling Pianos at the Stone House" to benefit the Autism Think Tank
November 22, 2019 @ 7:00PM — 11:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
JOIN US FOR AN EVENING OF MUSIC, COMEDY, AND A COCKTAIL RECEPTION TO HELP SUPPORT THE MISSION OF THE AUTISM THINK TANK! Come wearing your dancing shoes and be ready to sing and dance as Savage Pianos entertains you with a battle of the keys! Guests will enjoy an open bar, passed hors d'oeuvres, food stations, s'mores at the fire pits, silent auction, and raffles! P.S. We can't wait to share our BIG news with you!
Autism Think Tank medical experts provide a multidisciplinary team approach to the identification and treatment of the complicated medical comorbidities of autism, offering comprehensive telehealth solutions for families and physicians around the world.
"Dueling Pianos at the Stone House"
A benefit for the
Autism Think Tank
Honoring Pete and Eileen Keeler
SING DANCE LAUGH DRINK DINE
On November 22, 2019, the Stone House at Stirling Ridge will be rocking with a Dueling Piano Show by Savage Pianos! This high-energy, request-driven, sing-along with dueling pianos will feature players who have performed at some of the country's top dueling piano venues such as "Bobby McKeys," Crocodile Rocks," "The Shout House," "Howl and the Moon," and "Pete's Dueling Pianos."
At our benefit, Dave Puszykowski will be flying in from the famous Shout House of San Diego to perform with Steve Savage, Matt Tobin, and Jeremy Oren. This line-up of dueling piano players is going to blow you away! Check out Savage Pianos here and here! You won't want to miss this!
The Stone House at Stirling Ridge is a rustic, sophisticated, and urban setting nestled on 10 acres of meticulously lush gardens in the stunning countryside of the Watchung Mountains. Executive Chef David Drake will prepare an array of extravagant passed hors d'oeuvres and food stations using fresh, local, "farm-to-table" ingredients.
Individuals with medically complex autism are often non-verbal making it difficult for parents and physicians to recognize symptoms of medical conditions.
Left untreated, these conditions lead to self-injurious (self-mutilation) and violently aggressive behaviors often secondary to unidentified sources of chronic pain. These dangerous aggressions can result in physical restraints in school, caregivers being seriously injured in the home, and too often, admission to psychiatric hospitals where sedation, rather than medical treatment is the standard of care.
Untreated medical conditions exacerbate the symptoms of autism, decreasing effectiveness of educational and therapeutic interventions, while crippling families financially and destroying family units resulting from living under ongoing physical and mental distress.
The Autism Think Tank provides access to renowned medical specialists from top teaching hospitals across the US, without the added stress and unnecessary expense of medical travel. Using videoconferencing technology, families and their physicians around the globe collaborate with our experts to develop a cohesive plan of care to help medically stabilize individuals and to improve their overall quality of life.
Your support will help us bring solutions to families and their physicians who otherwise may not have access to specialists who can provide appropriate, comprehensive medical care.
The Autism Think Tank is 501(c)(3) organization. Tickets are non-refundable. Ticket amounts in excess of $95 per person and all contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. 100% of proceeds will be designated to support families' participation in Autism Think Tank telehealth consultations with our medical experts.
Dr. Paul Abend, Founder
Sheri A. Marino, Executive Director
Carey Masson, Program Administrator
Board of Trustees
Dr. Paul Abend-President
Steve Kunzman, Esq-Secretary
Alexandra Abend, Esq
Michael Naclerio, Esq
Denise Mara DePekary, Esq
Chair-Denise Mara DePekary, Esq
Gwen Packard Eid