“Autism Speaks”- but Should Everyone Listen? | Circa June 13, 2014

In under a decade, it’s become America’s most recognizable autism advocacy organization. But some opponents say its research tactics and spending habits are more hurtful than helpful.

Source: “Autism Speaks”- but Should Everyone Listen?



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AutismOne 2020 Protest | #ProtestAutismOne2020

AUTISM ONE 2020 PROTEST MAY 20, 2020 AutismOne is the yearly conference revival for quacks, that promote biomedical and toxic ‘cures’ for Autistic people. Autistics, together with our allies, are fighting the abuse of Autistic and vulnerable children and people. May 20, 2020 Autistics will protest this 3-day Chicago quackfest. Event information:  https://www.facebook.com/donate/1530287560429726/ Recently, stories … Continue reading AutismOne 2020 Protest | #ProtestAutismOne2020

Fierce Autie

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Autistic UK

Website: https://autisticuk.org/ About Us Autistic UK is an Autistic People’s Organisation (APO) – an organisation run by autistic people for autistic people. Autistic UK aims to advance the interests of all autistic people and those with related neurodevelopmental conditions. It aims to promote and protect the civil and human rights of the autistic population and … Continue reading Autistic UK

Autistic Inclusive Meets

Autistic Inclusive Meets with Emma Dalmayne Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Autistic Inclusive Meets AIM new organisation for the support of autistic adults and parents/ carers of autistic children. Against autistic mistreatment. Autistic Inclusive Meets is a not-for-profit organisation created by autistic people to enable families with autistic children, and autistic individuals to … Continue reading Autistic Inclusive Meets

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