Archive | 2007 Autism Treatment & Research Hearing | #AutisticHistory #BanABA

Bob Wright, co-founder of Autism Speaks, speaking at the 2007 Autism Treatment and Research Hearing. Autistics were not at the table. Autism Treatment and Research Hearing 2007 Funding Autism Research A hearing was held on progress made since the subcommittee’s April 17, 2007, hearing on autism in the United States. Dr. Insel talked about autism research initiatives the the National …

Archive & Timeline | Alison Singer of Autism Speaks, ASF & NCSA & More | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Timeline | Archives Alison Singer is a non-Autistic parent of an Autistic, and a sibling of an Autistic. Alison Tepper Singer is executive vice president for communications and awareness at Autism Speaks. Alison has been with the foundation since its launch in March 2005 and is a member of the board of directors, in addition …

Internationally Recognized Autism Leader Ed Arranga Dies At 69 | December 9, 2021 #NotAnAutisticAlly #BanMMS & #BanAutismQuackery

Note: Ed and Teri Arranga are the founders of Autism One. Autism One is an ’autism organization’ launched by these parents, and one of the largest yearly conferences that promotes Autism quackery and pseudoscience as fact to vulnerable parents of Autistics. This organization is a front for antivaxxers and has been known to host Kerri …

Archived | Town & Country Magazine: Autism’s Angels | Circa August 2006 #NotAnAutisticAlly #BanABA

s town_and_countryDownload Town & Country Magazine August 2006 Special Report: The Latest On Autism AUTISM’S ANGELS The devastating disorder is inexplicably on the rise, and some visionary families have joined forces to promote awareness — and to find answers.  By Diane Guernsey David Slatkin is irresistible: a meltingly adorable seven-year-old who, with his thick, golden-brown …

Archived | Autism: It’s Not Just in the Head | Circa March 22, 2007 #AutisticHistory

[Note: This article was used in the 2007 Autism Treatment & Research Trial in the United States. This magazine was about to go under when Bob Wright bailed them out, got this article printed (placed by Autism Society with the help of Martha Herbert), bought all copies and distributed them himself. This article was referred …