Argrow’s House and Autistic & Loved open Davenport location
Dr. Kit Evans Ford is the owner of the non-profit, Argrow’s House of Healing and Hope, and Autistic & Loved.
Ford and her husband, Dwight, have two children, Imani and Justice, who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This was motivation to create this special retail space that caters to children and families that can benefit from the unique products offered.
Chewable jewelry pieces, autism jewelry, fidget toys and awareness pieces and other products truly celebrate Autistic & Loved children and families.
Argrow’s House of Healing and Hope is a social enterprise and nonprofit that empowers survivors of domestic violence and abuse with free services and job training. The new retail store will house Argrow’s survivor-made bath and body products, as well as a variety of products.
To contact Argrow’s House, call 563-528-0892 or to reach out to Autistic & Loved, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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