The National Council on Severe Autism (NCSA) is a not for profit organization that seeks recognition, policy and solutions for autistic people. They are anti acceptance. Calls our movement a hoax. As in the name, they breathe functioning labels. The community knows how harmful they can be. They believe in “many autisms” This goes back […]
Message From The Archives | Nov. 2008 | by Eve Reiland I’m not a fan of Autism Speaks. Signed up for their walk before I realized really what they were about. On the surface it sounds good — but with more understanding I can’t believe these folks are the loudest voice. There has to be […]
Why the National Council on Severe Autism does not serve the best interests of autistic people and their families. Source: THINKING PERSON’S GUIDE TO AUTISM: I’m The Parent of a “Severe” Autistic Teen. I Oppose the National Council on Severe Autism.
NCSA@NCSAutismOrgReplying to @BudrykZack Autism, excepting the nouvelle “lite” kind, is a serious neurodevelopmental disability that incapacitates and costs our economy countless billions. It warrants our most serious attention; impossible to comprehend your flippant dismissiveness @thehill 7:36 AM · Sep 18, 2019·Twitter for iPhone2 LikesEve Reiland | #AutisticAndProud@BadassActivist·6m Replying to @NCSAutismOrg@BudrykZack and @thehillStop using hate speech […]
A new advocacy group for people with severe autism taps into the deep divide in the community over who should speak for those on the spectrum. Source: New group faces backlash over its goals for severe autism | Spectrum | Autism Research News
Here are the archives to date (still publishing hundreds yet) that mention Alison Singer, Jill Escher, Autism Science Foundation (ASF), and National Council on Severe Autism (NCSA). Alison Singer | Archives Jill Escher | Archives Autism Science Foundation (ASF) | Archives National Council Severe Autism (NCSA) | Archives SPARK! Now For Autism | Archives
May 2, 2017 | Google Alert – autism NEWS A Response To The Autism MatrixJewish WeekJill Escher designed an “autism matrix” published on the Jewish Week’s “New Normal: Blogging Disability” which does a terrible disservice to autistic …Flag as irrelevant Need Another Reason to Quit Smoking? How About Autism?Huffington PostA month or so ago, in an unrelated e-mail exchange, autism philanthropist, ex-lawyer, mother to nonverbal autism, […]