Tag: canada

  • Autistic Voices | From Adult Misdiagnosis To Ban Seclusion in New Jersey Schools

    Autistic Voices | From Adult Misdiagnosis To Ban Seclusion in New Jersey Schools

    ADULT MISDIAGNOSIS: THE DEFAULT PATH TO AN AUTISTIC IDENTITY By Autistic Science Person, TPGA I was lucky. This story isn’t about me. But it really could have been. I found out I was autistic before ever being misdiagnosed with anything. It’s time to ban seclusion in New Jersey schools New Jersey is considering new legislation after […]

  • Divergent & Autistic Voices | From Get Your Voice Heard At The IACC To Research That Harms Autistic People

    Divergent & Autistic Voices |  From Get Your Voice Heard At The IACC To Research That Harms Autistic People

    Autism Research and the IACC: Your voice matters! ASAN “It is more important than ever to make sure autism research reflects what matters to all of us. Make your voice heard by submitting a comment to the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee before each meeting! Learn more about the IACC, and how to submit a comment, with our new resource!” […]

  • Cure Autism Now Parent Advisory Board as of June 1996

    The CAN Parent Advisory Board The CAN international parent board will monitor research efforts from around the world, circulate the latest findings among the scientific work group, and coordinate fundraising. CAN believes that it is the interaction between concerned parents and researchers in the field that will help keep motivation high and the pace of […]

  • Cure Autism Now | July 1997 Update

    CAN Information 5225 Wilshire Blvd. #503 LA CA. 90036 (213) 549-0500, FAX: (213) 549-0547 E-mail: CAN@primenet.com, website: http//www.canfoundation.org UPDATE: July 1997  CAN Biomedical Research Conferences: Los Angeles:CAN has sponsored two conferences for parents and professionals in Los Angeles, featuring Dr. Ricki Robinson, to learn about the latest biological interventions and research. They were attended by over 700 people. In […]

  • Deaths at Scientology drug treatment program Narconon bring investigation | Aug. 16, 2012

    Deaths at Scientology drug treatment program Narconon bring investigation | Aug. 16, 2012

    By Thomas C. Tobin Already shaken by a series of high-level defections, accounts of abuse among its staffers, and the high-profile breakup of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, the Church of Scientology now faces scrutiny over its controversial drug treatment program, Narconon. Four deaths at Narconon’s signature treatment facility in eastern Oklahoma have prompted local law […]

  • On Autism’s Cause, It’s Parents vs. Research | June 25, 2005 #AutisticHistory

    On Autism’s Cause, It’s Parents vs. Research | June 25, 2005 #AutisticHistory

    On Autism’s Cause, It’s Parents vs. Research Kristen Ehresmann, a Minnesota Department of Health official, had just told a State Senate hearing that vaccines with microscopic amounts of mercury were safe. Libby Rupp, a mother of a 3-year-old girl with autism, was incredulous. “How did my daughter get so much mercury in her?” Ms. Rupp […]

  • 6 Corporate Heroes of Autism Research | July 24, 2013 #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

    6 Corporate Heroes of Autism Research | July 24, 2013 #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

    6 Corporate Heroes of Autism Research By Sean Williams – Jul 24, 2013 In addition to helping fund research for this prevalent disease, these six companies remind consumers and investors that they care about their employees and the community. Every week for the past year we’ve examined a CEO, or pair of co-CEOs, who’s done an exemplary job […]