Autism Speaks | Surrogates Take the Podium at National Forum on Disability Issues  | Sept. 28, 2012 #AutisticHistory #BanABA

Surrogates Take the Podium at National Forum on Disability Issues  September 28, 2012 The following report on the National Forum on Disabilities Issues was written by Jeff Gorman, content producer for The Mobility Resource. COLUMBUS, OH (September 28, 2012) - Helping people with disabilities find jobs and educational opportunities was a major focus of the 2012 National Forum on …

It’s 2022 and the Autistic Revolution Is Just Getting Started | Note via Eve Reiland #StopBigAutism #BanABA

International Badass Activists [Just a note with thoughts about 2022. - Eve Reiland] Back in the archives, daily protest and seeding the search routine. I have two speeds these days, slow and slower. I’m gearing up for ‘the month’ and feels like there’s not enough time to get my personal project list done. Any other …

Archived | Autism Speaks: Critical Vote Approaches On Key Pennsylvania Insurance Bill | June 29, 2007 #BanABA #AutisticHistory

Ban ABA Critical Vote Approaches On Key Pennsylvania Insurance Bill  The Next 48 Hours Are Crucial to Getting Measure Passed  June 29, 2007 – The Pennsylvania legislature will vote soon on the Autism Benefit Insurance Restoration Bill, introduced in the House by Speaker Dennis O'Brien and in the Senate by Senator Jane Orie. The bill …

Archived | We are Neurodivergent, you are neurotypical, say Autistic Adults | Circa May 11, 2017 #AutisticHistory

Screenshot of ABC10 story. Text below. https://vimeo.com/215599925 Author: Lilia Luciano Published: 12:45 PM PDT May 11, 2017 Updated: 12:45 PM PDT April 2, 2019   EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was originally published on May 11, 2017. We are re-releasing it for World Autism Awareness Day, which is celebrated every year on April 2nd. During Autism Awareness Month, I …

30 years after ADA’s signing, disabled still face challenges | News | eastvalleytribune.com

April Reed remembers what it used to be like before the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed. Reed remembers her father, who wears hearing aids, telling her how he was turned away from a job interview. She remembers a colleague hoping every day that the bus would be wheelchair-accessible when it came by, so she …

Too Many Autistic Adults Are Denied Basic Rights in America – Bloomberg

By Tyler Cowen July 11, 2020, 5:00 AM PDT Unfairness and prejudice are all too common in the U.S. justice system.   One of the more hopeful developments of an otherwise difficult year is the greater concern for the most vulnerable members of society, often accompanied by the realization that they are treated unfairly or …