Autistic Community Voices: Creating Autistic Suffering, ASAN Statement, Autistic Routines & More | May 19, 2022

Autistic & Divergent Voices These things are not luxuries By Julia Bascom at Just Stimming … Historically, Washington, DC has only provided home and community-based services (HCBS) to people with developmental disabilities who also have an intellectual disability. This year, DC is joining most of the rest of the country in expanding eligibility to include …

Shoe City supports Autism Speaks with limited edition FILA sneaker | April 12, 2016 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Autism Speaks is not an Autistic ally Shoe City supports Autism Speaks with limited edition FILA sneaker April 12, 2016 In recognition of Autism Awareness Month, Shoe City and FILA collaborated to design an exclusive, limited edition shoe utilizing the classic streetball FILA silhouette, the Vintage Cage.  $10 from each shoe purchased will be donated to …

Cure Autism Now: A Message from The Founders | Winter 2001 #AutisticHistory

CURE AUTISM NOW ADVANCES NEWSLETTERS  Thanks to You! Cure Autism Now Advances Autism Research It has been five years since we started Cure Autism Now. Things were very dark then, and they really are a bit brighter now. More talented scientists are dedicating their lives to solving autism. There is more money available to pay for …

Cure Autism Now | Jon Shestack Letter To IOM | July 3, 2001 #AutisticHistory #AutismMyth

LETTER TO IOM July 3, 2001 Marie McCormick, M.D., Sc.D.Chair, Immunization Safety Review CommitteeNational Academy of Sciences2101 Constitution Avenue, NWWashington, DC 20418 Dear Dr. McCormick: I am writing in regard to your upcoming evaluation of thimerosal in vaccines and neurodevelopmental disorders. This subject and your Committee's handling of it are of great interest to Cure Autism …

Gorton Bill Seeks $46 Million for Autism Research | Feb. 23, 1999 #AutisticHistory #StopBigAutism

Gorton Bill Seeks $46 Million for Autism Research FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFebruary 23, 1999 Washington, D.C. -- Senator Slade Gorton (R-WA) introduced the Advancement in Autism Research Act today, a bill that would target $46.5 million in federal research dollars to help autistic children.  "Even today, with advances in therapy and early intervention, few autistic children …

An Open Letter to all Non-Cosponsoring Senators and Representatives From Doug Flutie, Anthony Edwards, and Jonathan Shestack | May 21, 1999 #AutisticHistory #StopBigAutism

AN OPEN LETTER TO CONGRESS An Open Letter to all Non-Cosponsoring Senators and Representatives From Doug Flutie, Anthony Edwards, and Jonathan Shestack May 21, 1999  Dear Friend,  On May 5th, we had the privilege of traveling to Washington D.C. to help garner support for critical autism legislation that has been introduced in both the House (HR …