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AIM Round-Up

Please join us for our 11th Annual AIM Walk on May 2, 2020. This years Walk is Presented by No Limits Pediatric Therapies and hosted by Horses for Healing. 

Since we will be enjoying a day at the Horses for Healing Farm we thought it would be fitting to have a country/western theme, AIM Round-Up. Feel free to come dressed in your best country/western attire, visit the Kids Corral for some fun games and activities then scoot on over to the Watering Hole for good eats and cool drinks. 

So Much To See And Do

The AIM Round-Up is full of fun! You'll enjoy a Community Resource Fair, Kids Corral, Family Fun Walk, Line Dance Lessons, Horse Demos, Food, Drinks, Team Contest (team to raise the most money will be the winner), School Team Contest, T-Shirt Contest, and a Silent Auction. 

This event is free to the public but donations are always welcome and you might even find something you can't live without at the awesome Silent Auction.  


AIM Walk Teams

Create a team for your loved one who is on the autism spectrum and fundraise for AIM or join the AIM NWA team and come enjoy the fun!

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Presenting Sponsor

No Limits Pediatric Therapies is a located in Bentonville and offers therapeutic services to children with special needs. They strive to provide a comprehensive, team approach so that each discipline is understanding of the age appropriate milestones of the other disciplines, and how to best facilitate these in each of their clients.

Terrica Weatherford

Occupational Therapist and President of No Limits Pediatric Therapies  graduated with a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina and a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition from the University of Arkansas. She has a passion that continues to grow for working with children with special needs and their families as she continues her education in Sensory Processing, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Feeding/Oral Motor, and Social/Emotional disorders.

Terrica, Thank you for your continued support of AIM and the special needs community of NW Arkansas. 


Community Resource Fair

You can be part of the largest special needs event in NW Arkansas! At the 11th Annual AIM Walk you will have an opportunity join other local businesses and non profits to share information about your services/products with over 3500 guests. This is a wonderful time to interact with special needs families in our area.