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By Quality Services for the Autistic Community (QSAC)
New York, NY – September 3, 2015 – “More than $1bn has been spent over the past decade to identify the possible causes of autism – but that is not an achievement that has me celebrating,” wrote Gary Maffei, Executive Director and CEO of the...
By Kor Strength and Conditioning
SAN DIEGO – KOR Strength & Conditioning Gym is teaming up with Shaper Surfboards, Belching Beaver, and Kettlebells 4 Autism to host the fundraising event, Surfers Healing.
By Bridgeross
Psychologist Alicia Hendley was not expecting or prepared when her second son, Max,was diagnosed with autism. However, she and her family traveled the road from denial to acceptance. Her book is described in an advance review as Raw and honest.
By Oakland University
OUCARES, the Oakland University Center for Autism’s outreach services, will soon celebrate a decade of partnership with actor, director and writer Joey Travolta during the 10th Anniversary of the OUCARES Film Camp for young people with Autism Spectrum...
By London Group
London feels anyone with autism or other disabilities can break barriers and obstacles.. Even being the scapegoat from a NPD (Narcissistic Personality Disorder) family of origin couldn't stop him. He's a happy vegan who mountain hikes with his wife
By Canucks Autism Network
In response to the isolation and lack of respite support for families living with autism in B.C.’s northern communities, the Canucks Autism Network (CAN) is organizing a camp benefiting 20 families from the North.
By acttoday
ACT Today! (Autism Care & Treatment Today!) will honor actor Max Burkholder ("Parenthood”) with the ACTivist award at the 10th Annual Denim, Diamonds & Stars fundraiser on October 25, 2015 at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village.
By Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center
SARRC Camp to Simulate College Experience for Teens With Autism
By Infinity Relations, Inc.
To benefit the Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation and Autism Speaks
By Superplus
New app melds together education, technology and photos to ease communication pains of Superkiddos
By National Foundation for Autism Research (NFAR)
The UPS Foundation Awards $25,000 Grant to the National Foundation for Autism Research (NFAR) Providing Tuition Assistance for Their Software Testing Training Program, and Creating a New Pool of Exceptional Talent for San Diego’s Tech Market
By Extraordinary Ventures
A basketball camp for people with autism and other developmental disabilities starts next week in Chapel Hill, NC. An exhibition game will take place June 25 at 6 P.M. at Extraordinary Ventures on South Elliott Road in Chapel Hill.
By Canucks Autism Network
In a bid to help meet the growing needs of families living with autism in B.C., the Canucks Autism Network (CAN) today announced the Reveal Gala, a first of its kind event, to be held at Rogers Arena on September 24th, 2015 with collaboration from the...
By The Help Group
On Friday, May 29, more than 120 students with autism and other special needs from The Help Group’s Early Education Programs participated in the Special Olympics Southern California Young Athletes Festival at its Sherman Oaks Campus.
By Omni Publicity
Robyn Schneider, Author of Silent Running: Our Family's Journey to the Finish Line with Autism, and Breast Cancer Survivor Is Running With Her Twin Autistic Sons In The "Hope Runs Here" Half-Marathon To Benefit LI2DAY Brest Cancer Programs
By Foundation for Exceptional Kids
Experience children’s museum while sampling wines and contributing to a good cause.
By Gateway Academy
Where challenges are seen as learning opportunities and students are accepted and celebrated for their differences
By Hearty SPIN
Hearty SPIN's new Picture AAC app version includes Core Vocabulary pictures that will expand the scope of needs and thoughts that speech impaired individuals can express.
By BY YOUR SIDE - Autism Therapy Services
May 12, 2015 Contact: Nimra Irfan | 847- 496 -5513 | Nirfan@byyoursideac.com Community Outreach Specialist BY YOUR SIDE - Autism Therapy Services 1920 N Thoreau Dr.
By ASD-DR
This website includes information on over three hundred 2 and 4 year colleges from across the United States that provide support services for autistic college students.

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By Quality Services for the Autistic Community (QSAC)
New York, NY – September 3, 2015 – “More than $1bn has been spent over the past decade to identify the possible causes of autism – but that is not an achievement that has me celebrating,” wrote Gary Maffei, Executive Director and CEO of the...
By On My Own of Michigan
Serving adults with mild intellectual developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Seizure Disorders.
By Kor Strength and Conditioning
SAN DIEGO – KOR Strength & Conditioning Gym is teaming up with Shaper Surfboards, Belching Beaver, and Kettlebells 4 Autism to host the fundraising event, Surfers Healing.
By Bridgeross
Psychologist Alicia Hendley was not expecting or prepared when her second son, Max,was diagnosed with autism. However, she and her family traveled the road from denial to acceptance. Her book is described in an advance review as Raw and honest.
By Oakland University
OUCARES, the Oakland University Center for Autism’s outreach services, will soon celebrate a decade of partnership with actor, director and writer Joey Travolta during the 10th Anniversary of the OUCARES Film Camp for young people with Autism Spectrum...
By London Group
London feels anyone with autism or other disabilities can break barriers and obstacles.. Even being the scapegoat from a NPD (Narcissistic Personality Disorder) family of origin couldn't stop him. He's a happy vegan who mountain hikes with his wife
By Grounds Maintenance Services
Last year's event raised $20,000 for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin
By Canucks Autism Network
In response to the isolation and lack of respite support for families living with autism in B.C.’s northern communities, the Canucks Autism Network (CAN) is organizing a camp benefiting 20 families from the North.
By acttoday
ACT Today! (Autism Care & Treatment Today!) will honor actor Max Burkholder ("Parenthood”) with the ACTivist award at the 10th Annual Denim, Diamonds & Stars fundraiser on October 25, 2015 at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village.
By Loiacono Literary Agency
Colorfully illustrated book available to help parents and family members understand more about connecting with their autistic child and sibling. Drawing Sylvia: An Autistic Child Speaks
By Dustin Daniels
Teach Me Time is an app for teaching time for individuals with learning disabilities. With it’s unique distraction-free interface and highly- customizable lessons, it’s the only app you’ll need for teaching time.
By Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center
SARRC Camp to Simulate College Experience for Teens With Autism
By Infinity Relations, Inc.
To benefit the Lisa Beth Gerstman Foundation and Autism Speaks
By PREP for Social Success
Jamie E. Carter, Ph.D.  is  the coauthor of PREP for Social Success:  A Guide for Parents of  Children with Autism .
By Superplus
New app melds together education, technology and photos to ease communication pains of Superkiddos
By Invirtua
Invirtua’s 3D Digital Puppeteer™ to be introduced at the 2015 National Autism Society Conference, July 8 – 11 in Denver, CO
By Neurolixis
Neurolixis Inc. announced that it had been awarded a second research grant by the Rett Syndrome Research Trust (RSRT) to support the development of its novel serotonin 5-HT1A receptor agonist, NLX-101.
By National Foundation for Autism Research (NFAR)
The UPS Foundation Awards $25,000 Grant to the National Foundation for Autism Research (NFAR) Providing Tuition Assistance for Their Software Testing Training Program, and Creating a New Pool of Exceptional Talent for San Diego’s Tech Market
By Extraordinary Ventures
A basketball camp for people with autism and other developmental disabilities starts next week in Chapel Hill, NC. An exhibition game will take place June 25 at 6 P.M. at Extraordinary Ventures on South Elliott Road in Chapel Hill.
By Canucks Autism Network
In a bid to help meet the growing needs of families living with autism in B.C., the Canucks Autism Network (CAN) today announced the Reveal Gala, a first of its kind event, to be held at Rogers Arena on September 24th, 2015 with collaboration from the...
By Experience Autism
Experience Autism program instructs police officers on how to recognize and safely respond to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
By Your Autism Coach, LLC
Your Autism Coach Offers Six Tips To Help Fathers Throughout The Year
By www.thehelpgroup.org
Sixth Annual Art Show Provides the Opportunity for Student Artists with Autism and other Special Needs to Showcase their Creativity
By oakland university
In her new role, she will be leading the direction of OUCARES, planning strategic initiatives, fundraising and dealing with budgetary responsibilities.
By PREP for Social Success
PREP for Social Success:  A Guide for Parents of  Children with Autism is described as  “an excellent resource for you and your child”  in an introduction to a guest post on the Special Needs Book Review website.
By The Help Group
On Friday, May 29, more than 120 students with autism and other special needs from The Help Group’s Early Education Programs participated in the Special Olympics Southern California Young Athletes Festival at its Sherman Oaks Campus.
By The Friendship Network for Children
A project of The Friendship Network for Children where counselors teach work-related social skills to young adults with autism on the set of a short film written by someone on the spectrum.
By The Help Group
The 28 students with special needs involved in this year’s collaborative program have been meeting once a week at The Help Group since January to write the music and script for an all original musical they've titled Calling All Heroes.
By Oakland University
Camp dates are June 22 - July 2 and July 13 - July 24 at Rising Stars Academy in Center Line, Mich.
By Prairie St. John's
Fargo, ND - On May 12, Joanne Vieweg, President of the Red River Valley Asperger-Autism Network (RRVAN), presented a plaque to Greg LaFrancois, CEO of Prairie St. John’s.  Upon presenting the plaque, Ms.
By Omni Publicity
Robyn Schneider, Author of Silent Running: Our Family's Journey to the Finish Line with Autism, and Breast Cancer Survivor Is Running With Her Twin Autistic Sons In The "Hope Runs Here" Half-Marathon To Benefit LI2DAY Brest Cancer Programs
By Foundation for Exceptional Kids
Experience children’s museum while sampling wines and contributing to a good cause.
By Gateway Academy
Where challenges are seen as learning opportunities and students are accepted and celebrated for their differences
By Greenwood & Associates
Tyler Lagasse Launches an Inspiring Story of Winning On The Autism Spectrum
By Hearty SPIN
Hearty SPIN's new Picture AAC app version includes Core Vocabulary pictures that will expand the scope of needs and thoughts that speech impaired individuals can express.
By PREP for Social Success
PREP for Social Success: A Guide for Parents of Children with Autism is recommended.
By BY YOUR SIDE - Autism Therapy Services
May 12, 2015 Contact: Nimra Irfan | 847- 496 -5513 | Nirfan@byyoursideac.com Community Outreach Specialist BY YOUR SIDE - Autism Therapy Services 1920 N Thoreau Dr.
By ASD-DR
This website includes information on over three hundred 2 and 4 year colleges from across the United States that provide support services for autistic college students.
By PREP for Social Success
Jamie Carter, Ph.D. and Ahna  O’Shaughnessy, M.A. have developed a  four step program  to help parents  teach their children  diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)  how to improve social skills and emotion...
By The Planner Guide
The Planner Guide Web and Mobile Application(s) that were created by two teachers and a speech pathologist to teach individuals with autism and other disabilities to think for themselves has now been translated and released in French.
By Your Autism Coach, LLC
Your Autism Coach Offers Five Tips To Help Moms Throughout The Year
By Noldus Information Technology bv
At the annual meeting of EU-AIMS in Paris, France, Noldus Information Technology presented a new suite of tools for behavioral testing of rodent models of autism.
By The Help Group
Free Resource Fair for children, youth, and adults with autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities and differences, ADHD, developmental delays, abuse and emotional problems.
By The Marvel Group
Unique desk from The Marvel Group allows children to sit or stand without disrupting classroom activities. The Focus Desk also has teacher-recommended integrated features to support organization and attention.
By Maree Neal Consulting
Voted #3 most heart-warming movie by Kate Nelligan, Huffington Post 2014, "Song of the New Earth" screens in Tauranga 30 April 2014 and Ponsonby Auckland 2 May 2015
By North Shore Pediatric Therapy
Autism Awareness goes beyond a day, or even a month. There is a constant need to spread awareness and education.
By Loehr Chiropractic & Acupuncture
In-office fundraiser at local chiropractor in Springfield, MO for Autism Awareness Month 2015
By Autism Navigator
New Online Tool Uses Unparalleled Video Library to Show the Early Signs of Autism
By Spare Some for Autism
Family-friendly street party event includes hot dog-eating contest, live bands and games
By North Shore Pediatric Therapy
North Shore Pediatric Therapy in Chicago is pleased to announce the expansion of their Des Plaines clinic.


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