Meng, Doyle And Fitzpatrick Introduce Bipartisan Legislation To Provide Skill Training For Caregivers Of Children With Autism Or Other Developmental Disabilities Or Delays | Feb. 18, 2022 #AutismPolitics #BanABA

Autism In the News MENG, DOYLE AND FITZPATRICK INTRODUCE BIPARTISAN LEGISLATION TO PROVIDE SKILL TRAINING FOR CAREGIVERS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM OR OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES OR DELAYS Feb 18, 2022   Press Release  Congressmembers introduce measure on …

The Autism Society Launches New Brand with Accessibility Standards, Created with the Autism Community | Nov. 15, 2021

New Autism Society logo The Autism Society Launches New Brand with Accessibility Standards, Created with the Autism Community November 15, 2021 09:00 ET | Source: Autism Society of America  Rockville, MD, Nov. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The …

Cure Autism Now | TV Meets Reality: Brad Whitford Lobbies For Autism  | April 23, 2001 #AutisticHistory

TV Meets Reality: Brad Whitford Lobbies For Autism  By John Morgan, Spotlight HealthWith medical adviser Stephen A. Shoop, M.D.  Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. But for The West Wing star Brad Whitford, the truth about autism actually became fiction -as an episode of NBC's Emmy-winning drama. In real life, Whitford has seen the face of …

Cure Autism Now | TV STARS HELP TROUBLED CHILDREN | June 17, 1997 #AutisticHistory

Tuesday, June 17,1997Sally Friedman Special to the BCT TV STARS HELP TROUBLED CHILDRENFunds raised in Moorestown to find a cure for autism MOORESTOWN -- They came in the name of Chad and Christopher and Susan and Louise and all the other children who are autistic, robbed of the ability to communicate, locked in the prison of …

Cure Autism Now | Seeking A Cure: Parents & Researchers Dedicate Themselves To Helping Those With Autism | June 1, 1997 #AutisticHistory

SEEKING A CURE Parents and Researchers Dedicate Themselves to Helping Those with Autism Sunday, June 1, 1997 By Naazish Yar Khan. Special to the Tribune. Gail Kraska had a normal delivery, and there were no dramatic signs early on suggesting what was ahead for her son Jonathan. "There was normal development with crawling, walking, everything except …

Cure Autism Now | Families Make the Critical Difference in the Pace of Autism Research Via The Advocate | April 1997 #AutisticHistory

March-April 1997The Advocate By Portia Iversen & Jonathan Shestack Families Make the Critical Difference in the Pace of Autism Research     Families of people with autism have taken the lead in genetic research by forming AGRE, the Autism Genetic Resource Exchange. This is the world's first truly collaborative gene bank for autism. It is administered with the highest scientific …