Students in our chapter of Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology, and our Psychology Club recently completed two service projects. At a campus-wide dance for people with developmental delays, members led crafts, games, and face-painting. As a Thanksgiving project, members organized a food drive for families of children with autism who are on a casein-free, gluten-free diet. The food products were taken to the newly opened Augusta Levy Autism Center in Wheeling.
Vice-president Bethany Beppler is show to the right face painting at a dance for people with developmental delays
President Janna Ryder and Vice-President Bethany Beppler are shown below with food products donated to families of children with autism who are on a casein-free, gluten-free diet.