Lee’s Summit is rated one of America’s healthiest cities by utilizing an integrated health and human services network providing services easily accessible to all its citizens whether or not they are insured. In collaboration with its charitable organizations, the City’s health system has developed the resources to assist in providing access to preventative measures, therapy, education, treatment and support to the entire community including the disadvantaged and most vulnerable.

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Autism Outreach Fellowship

Betty Sharp |President | Cell: 816-769-3554 | bssharp1@sbcglobal.net

Debbie Stoddard | Secretary | Cell: 816-985-4933 |  cmcstoddard@aol.com

Pam Wining | Cell: 816-806-9391 |  Pam.Wining@hotmail.com

Linda Ahern | Cell: 816-868-8591|  Linda@lstribune.net

107 SE 291 Highway, PMB 181
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063



We are a group in the Lee’s Summit area who would like to share with others for support for children and families affected by Autism and special needs.


We sponsor and plan activities, at no cost, that help improve family life.

Pumpkin Party – Special needs family enjoy wagon rides, hamster ball, face painting

Shrine clowns, Llamas, Alpacas, horse rides, and many other event activities.

2012 Pumpkin Party is October 13th at the Rotary Youth Camp.

Swim Party – Sponsored a swim party for special needs at Summit Waves.

Llama Obstacles – Kids work with Showtime Llamas and Alpacas

Special Needs Campout at the Rotary Youth Camp – August 9, 10, & 11, 2012

Christmas Party 2012 – Partnered with Efect this year for free pizza, games, toys and Santa visit.

Autism Expo – Offering vendor booths with information and services for our special needs families. 2012 date and location to be announced.


We are interested in adding events as we grow and make new connections with others in an effort to support as many Jackson County families as possible.

We  believe by connections we can make a difference in the quality of life of those affected by Autism.