Whenever there is an opportunity to give to someone else, take it!
The Autism Resource & Treatment Center (ARTC) isn’t opening their doors until this summer, but they are already helping people get what they need for their loved ones. ARTC will provide a one-stop-shop for autism serving all ages on the spectrum. ARTC’s #1 goal is to meet each person where they are and lift them up. ARTC will also help families/caregivers get what they need to take care of themselves. ARTC believes that we do autism better together!
10 Things About Tracy Sekhon and Autism Resource & Treatment Center (ARTC)
#1 I grew up in Rainier, Oregon, which is a small town of approximately 1,400 on the Columbia River, between Portland and Astoria.
#2 My first job was babysitting for my neighbors. I loved kiddos then, almost as much as I do now!
#3 My favorite restaurant is On The Border. Their sizzling fajitas are amazing!
#4 I’m an avid reader with a huge library of books. I re-read The Four Agreements every year. They’re good reminders and they help me to stay grounded.
#5 I love music and a good love story, so my recent favorite movie is “A Star Is Born”.
#6 We have a golden lab puppy named “Bailey” and she brings so much joy to our home.
#7 My father instilled the importance of helping others from the time I was a young girl. I learned compassion and empathy and throughout my life, I have given as much as I am able.
#8 I have a private pilot license and I fly small aircraft. My most peaceful moments have been flying over the ocean near La Jolla and watching the dolphins play below.
#9 My father passed away when I was 25 and I feel that I honor his legacy by carrying on his giving nature. It’s as though I have been put on assignment to make an impact and improve the lives of others and it fills me up daily!
#10 The proceeds from our Auction for Autism will allow us to complete the build out and open the doors of the first center in San Diego.