Jenny McCarthy – Wikipedia | Circa 1972 – Current

Source: Jenny McCarthy - WikipediaJenny McCarthyFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  Jump to navigationJump to searchJenny McCarthyMcCarthy in 2006BornJennifer Ann McCarthyNovember 1, 1972 (age 46)Evergreen Park, Illinois, U.S.[1]Other namesJenny Wahlberg[2]Alma materSouthern Illinois UniversityOccupationActress, model, television host, author, activist, screenwriterYears active1993–presentTelevisionThe Jenny McCarthy Show (1997)JennyThe Jenny McCarthy Show (2013)Donnie Loves JennySpouse(s)John Asher(m. 1999–2005)Donnie Wahlberg(m. 2014)Partner(s)Jim Carrey (2005–2010)Children1RelativesJoanne McCarthy (sister)Melissa McCarthy (cousin)Jennifer Ann McCarthy (born November 1, 1972),[1][3] sometimes credited as Jenny Wahlberg,[2] is an … Continue reading Jenny McCarthy – Wikipedia | Circa 1972 – Current

Bernard Rimland | Circa 1928 – 2006

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to search Bernard RimlandBernard Rimland (second from right) in front of the Autism Research Institute (ARI)BornNovember 15, 1928Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.DiedNovember 21, 2006 (aged 78)San Diego, California, U.S.ResidenceUSACitizenshipAmericanAlma materSan Diego State University (Bachelor's)Pennsylvania State University (PhD)Known forAutism: researched causes, epidemic, the thiomersal theory, and biomedicaltreatment.Scientific careerFieldsPsychologyInstitutionsAutism Research InstituteAutism Society of AmericaDefeat Autism Now! Bernard Rimland (November 15, 1928 – November 21, 2006) was an … Continue reading Bernard Rimland | Circa 1928 – 2006

National Alliance for Autism Research – Wikipedia

National Alliance for Autism Research From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search The National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR), based in Princeton, New Jersey, was a non-profit advocacyorganization, founded by parents of children with autism concerned about the limited funding available for research. Contents 1Origins and activities 2See also 3References 4External links Origins and activities[edit] NAAR was founded in … Continue reading National Alliance for Autism Research – Wikipedia

Autism $peaks | Wikipedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  (Redirected from Autism speaks)Jump to navigationJump to search FoundedFebruary 11, 2005; 13 years ago[1]FoundersBob Wright,Suzanne Wright[2]Merger ofNational Alliance for Autism Research,[3]Cure Autism Now[4]Tax ID no.20-2329938[5]Legal status501(c)(3) nonprofit organizationHeadquartersNew York City[5]Coordinates40.7477494°N 73.9843983°WCoordinates: 40.7477494°N 73.9843983°WServicesResearch, awareness, family services, advocacy.[5]President, Chief Executive OfficerAngela Geiger[6]Executive V.P., AdvocacyKevin Roy[6]Senior V.P., Public Health and InclusionAndy Shih[6]SubsidiariesDelivering Scientific Innovation for Autism LLC,Advancing Futures for Adults with Autism Inc,Autism … Continue reading Autism $peaks | Wikipedia