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Autism Speaks: Not An Autistic Ally. Legislation Without Representation 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020 | 2021 | Autism Speaks’ Client Profile 2021 Screenshot of Autism Speaks Bills Lobbied in …

Snapshot | Google alerts – autism | Circa December 30, 2015

[Note: Links are original to the email and most likely don’t work.] autismDaily update ⋅ December 30, 2015NEWS NBC 5 Dallas-Fort WorthDallas Family Agrees to Donate Brains for Autism ResearchNBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth"Whenever any member of our family is no longer using our brains, when we have passed on, we have committed to donate our brains for autism ...Flag as irrelevant The GuardianScreening …

Snapshot | Google Alerts – Autism | Circa December 23, 2015

(Note: Links are original to email and probably don’t work.) autismDaily update ⋅ December 23, 2015NEWS RTMajor neurological breakthrough in autism could change treatmentRTScientists at Harvard and MIT have discovered a link between autism symptoms and neurotransmitters. The connection between the GABA ...Flag as irrelevant Live ScienceDo Girls Have 'Protection' from Autism? (Op-Ed)Live ScienceAlycia Halladay, chief science officer for the Autism Science Foundation, contributed this article to …

Autism Speaks Timeline | #NotAnAutisticAlly

note: The “Autism Community” is not the Autistic Community The Autism Community was created by non-Autistic led organizations and includes mostly parents, professionals and their friends and networks. Most of what the world know about Autism is sourced from the non-autistic “Autism Community.” What’s the difference between Autism Advocacy and Autistic Advocacy? Autism Advocacy (by …

Which terms should be used to describe autism? Perspectives from the UK autism community | Circa July 1, 2015

Abstract Recent public discussions suggest that there is much disagreement about the way autism is and should be described. This study sought to elicit the views and preferences of UK autism community members – autistic people, parents and their broader support network – about the terms they use to describe autism. In all, 3470 UK …

Large Swedish study ties autism to early death | Spectrum | Circa December 11, 2015

People with autism are more than twice as likely as their peers in the general population to die prematurely1. The finding, published 5 November in the British Journal of Psychiatry, adds to evidence suggesting that gaps in preventive care can cause serious health problems in people with autism. Previous studies have hinted at premature death among people with autism, …