Autism Speaks | October 23, 2009 IACC Meeting Summary | #AutisticHistory #BanABA

October 23, 2009 IACC Meeting Summary  Bethesda, MD (October 23, 2009) -- The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) met on Friday, October 23, at the National Institutes of Health, in Bethesda, Md.IACC Chair Thomas Insel, M.D. opened the meeting by reporting that NINDS Director Story Landis, Ph.D. had resigned as a federal member of the Committee. In a …

Autistic & Ally Voices: From “Profound Autism” Category Is Segregation To The Evidence, Ethics & Effectiveness of Autism Interventions | January 3, 2022

Creating a "Profound Autism" Category Is Segregation, Not Progress by Shannon Rosa TPGA twitter.com/shannonrosa All parents of autistic children struggle to give our children the lives they deserve, but we struggle in different ways because our children’s support needs vary so widely. I understand this complexity at a deeply personal level, as my autistic son …

Archive | Autistic Allies: Not Fixing Autistics Everywhere | #AutisticHistory

Autistic Allies: Not Fixing Autistics Everywhere Autistic Allies This Facebook group welcomes Autistics, and their NT Allies and Parents of Autistics. We are not a support group, but we have a sister group that is. The focus of this group is to introduce parents to a neurodiversity perspective. From this perspective, any talk of ‘curing’ …

Snapshot | Google alerts – autism | December 15, 2021 #StopBigAutism #BanABA

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Snapshot | Google alerts – autism | Circa October 28, 2020 #BanABA #AutisticHistory

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Snapshot | Google alert – autism | Circa February 27, 2020 #AutisticHistory

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Archived | Science Getting To Roots Of Autism | Circa November 11, 2004 #NotAnAutisticAlly #AutisticHistory

Archived: Not An Autistic Ally Screenshot of ”Science getting to the roots of autism” - text below. Science getting to roots of autism  By Kim Painter, special for USA TODAY When Blake Draut was 2½ years old, a specialist told his parents that their son's speech delays and odd habits, his fears of dirty hands …