The Influence Network Of Autism Speaks That Silenced Autistic People

The Influence Network of Autism Speaks is vast and worldwide. Autism Speaks merged with several other autism organizations to become the loudest voice on autism in the world starting back in 2005.   The founders of Autism Speaks leveraged their powerful networks to overshadow and silence Autistics who were advocating to be heard. Autism Speaks …

Snapshot | About Autism / Spectrum Disorders: A Holiday Gift for the Autism Community | Circa December 8, 2006

About Autism / Spectrum Disorders: A Holiday Gift for the Autism Communitynewsletterx Lisa Jo Rudy - About.com Autism / Spectrum Disorders Guide autism.guide@about.comFri, Dec 8, 2006, 7:25 AMto me About.com Autism / Spectrum Disorders In the Spotlight | More Topics | Holiday Survival Strategiesfrom Lisa Jo RudyFor families coping with autism, the holidays can be …

Snapshot | About Autism / Spectrum Disorders: New Guide to Screening, Diagnosing Autism | Circa October 6, 2006

About Autism / Spectrum Disorders: New Guide to Screening, Diagnosing Autismnewsletterx Lisa Jo Rudy - About.com Autism / Spectrum Disorders Guide autism.guide@about.comOct 6, 2006, 7:32 AMto me Autism / Spectrum Disorders In the Spotlight | More Topics | Common Heartburn Triggersfrom Lisa Jo Rudy If you visit autism.about.com, you'll notice a set of five "essentials" …

Autistic Pride Day & Adult Autism Awareness Day Are Not The Same. Autism Speaks Can Stop The Inclusion BS Now | Eve Reiland

Autistic Pride Day is June 18th every year and was establish by Aspies For Freedom in 2005. Apparently that wasn't good enough for Autism Speaks. They came along in 2009 and designated April 18 as "Adult Autism Awareness Day." And well, even then, Autism Speaks knew they couldn't use the official Autistic Pride Day ... …

The time is now, Autism Speaks: Shut up. | Eve Reiland

https://www.facebook.com/EveReiland/posts/10157175134042823 You've seen me hammering on Autism Speaks (A$) over the years, and I believe even now it's hard for folks to fathom how incredibly invasive this horrible organization has been in Autistic people's lives. Many don't realize all these problematic Autism organizations are connected in some manner to A$ as well. OK, here's some …

Cure Autism Now … A Brief Introduction | Video

https://youtu.be/8g1qhxkJwOQ Cure Autism Now ... A Brief History Cure Autism Now In 2007, Autism Speaks completed its merger with Cure Autism Now (CAN).[4] CAN was founded in 1995 by Jonathan Shestack and Portia Iversen, the parents of a child with autism whose story is told in the book Strange Son. It was an organization of parents, doctors …