Join Autism Action Partnership (AAP, at the Omaha Children’s Museum for their Making Memories: Sensory Santa event on Sunday, December 11, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The event will include indoor snowfall, characters, and – of course – Santa Claus (he’s trained by AAP you know!). Sensory Santa is free and open to the autism community.

AAP is a public, not-for-profit foundation that has been working diligently to create and fund programs that fill critical gaps in Nebraska autism services since 2008, in addition to holding events that bring joy and fulfillness into the lives of persons on the autism spectrum and their families.

Autism Action Partnership’s efforts provide critical services to students needing to improve their social skills, adults securing permanent employment, families seeking enrichment opportunities, professionals wanting to promote the safety of those with autism, and businesses and community venues looking to be more inclusive. These services are provided through programs like Making Memories, Prosper Workforce Services, Prosper Academy, Project Lifesaver, and BE SAFE, among other offerings. To learn more about AAP, visit or call (402) 763-8830.