Minnesota Masonic Charities provides important services and contributes to many charitable causes in the name of Minnesota Masonry.

Minnesota Masonic Home’s mission is to provide compassionate, quality care and services to aging adults.

The lush, 83-acre campus in Bloomington, Minnesota is centrally located, easy to access, and offers everything you need for your special event.

Providing compassionate and effective identification, treatment and support for childhood communication disorders.

Class and Workshop Calendars

Parent support services we offer include our “Parents and Children Communicating” (PACC) classes and Autism Parent Workshops. Visit our “Services” page to find out more, or click on the buttons below to find out our class schedule or sign up.

Workshops & Events

Join us for our Annual Fundraising Dinner, August 17, at the Northland Country Club! The funds raised through this special dinner will be instrumental in enabling our clinic to eradicate the existing waitlist and guarantee that every child requiring our services receives the necessary treatment they deserve.

Apr 24

Autism Parent/Caregiver Education Group

Join us on Wednesday, April 24th from 5-6:30pm for our Autism Caregiver Education Group!

Each week a new topic will be discussed. The topics of discussion will be driven by the needs of the attendees. A few topic examples are:

- Social Communication
- Sibling/Relative Relationship
- Sensory Differences
- Learning new skills
- Q & A

Free childcare is available to those who RSVP the Friday before each session.

**You do NOT need to be a client of the Masonic Children's Clinic to attend**

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May 1

May Autism Parent Support Group

On Wednesday, May 1st , the Masonic Children's Clinic is partnering with Polinsky Medical Rehabilitation for an Autism Parent Support Group.

This group will meet from 5-6pm at the Masonic Children's Clinic, 24 W. 2nd Street.

*Childcare is available for those who sign up the Friday before each month's group.*

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