New store caters to caretakers of autistic children

Do you believe in angels?

The Moore family does — so much so, they’ve called on the celestial beings to market Angels for Autism, a 2,000-square-foot retail store in Rio del Plaza in Cathedral City that holds potential to empower and inspire.

Founded by LaVeda and Dean Moore, parents of 9-year-old Evan, the store is a one-stop shopping zone to serve parents, teachers and therapists of special needs children — some 6,500 of whom live in the Coachella Valley.

It offers products in a “stare-free” environment for children with autism and special needs in the areas of sensory integration, socialization, life skills, fine motor skills and therapy.

via New store caters to caretakers of autistic children | mydesert.com | The Desert Sun.

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