Talk:Autism Speaks/Controversy links From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia < Talk:Autism Speaks Jump to navigationJump to search This is a collection of links discussing various controversies involving Autism Speaks. While most of them are not WP:RS in themselves, they may be useful to identify topics to discuss, and/or point to RS's that can be included in the article. Further … Continue reading Talk:Autism Speaks/Controversy links – Wikipedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Autism speaks)Jump to navigationJump to search FoundedFebruary 11, 2005; 13 years agoFoundersBob Wright,Suzanne WrightMerger ofNational Alliance for Autism Research,Cure Autism NowTax ID no.20-2329938Legal status501(c)(3) nonprofit organizationHeadquartersNew York CityCoordinates40.7477494°N 73.9843983°WCoordinates: 40.7477494°N 73.9843983°WServicesResearch, awareness, family services, advocacy.President, Chief Executive OfficerAngela GeigerExecutive V.P., AdvocacyKevin RoySenior V.P., Public Health and InclusionAndy ShihSubsidiariesDelivering Scientific Innovation for Autism LLC,Advancing Futures for Adults with Autism Inc,Autism … Continue reading Autism $peaks | Wikipedia
Read more about To Siri with Love: A Mother, Her Autistic Son, and the Kindness of Machines by Judith Newman and the online controversy surrounding it. To Siri with Love: A Mother, Her Autistic Son, and the Kindness of Machines by Judith Newman was released on August 22nd. An online controversy surrounding the book’s representation of autism … Continue reading An Autistic Children’s Librarian’s Take on To Siri with Love
On the 5-star review list is John Elder Robison. "In this well-written book Judith Newman has expressed some views that are rather at at odds with the set of values and ideals that is taking shape among autistic self advocates today. The result is a very polarized response to the book. Autistic people who recall … Continue reading Sigh. This Is The Star Support #ActuallyAutistics Get | Where’s our Heroes?
I just finished a controversial new book, To Siri With Love by Judith Newman. Reading this book made me feel like memoirs from autism moms are a thing whose time has come and gone . . . At the same time, I can’t help but believe the publisher who brought this story to market, and the reviewers … Continue reading Thoughts on To Siri With Love | John Elder Robison