• ‘Team Andrew’ Joins Walk for Autism at Rose Bowl April 20


    Mark Woodsmall – founder of the Woodsmall Law Group in San Marino – and his wife Eva know about the obstacles and challenges of raising a child with autism. Their son, Andrew, 12, was diagnosed with autism at the age of three.

    Inspired to help others affected by autism, the law firm provides legal representation in matters relating to educational and community access rights for children with special needs.

    The Woodsmalls and an army of friends will walk in support of the autism community during Los Angeles Walk Now for Autism Speaks on Saturday, April 20 at the Rose Bowl as part of the nation’s Autism Awareness Month.

    The Woodsmalls have participated in the walk for ten years and their team has raised more than $133,000 for the cause.

    Eva is also a dedicated LA Autism Walk committee member volunteer. The Woodsmalls  also have a daughter, Sophia, who is seven.

    As ‘Team Andrew,’ the Woodsmalls will be joining a crowd expected to number 40,000 who are uniting to show their support for causes associated with autism.

    Walk Now for Autism Speaks is North America’s largest grassroots autism walk.

    For more information on the LA Autism Walk, visit www.walknowforautismspeaks.org.

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