AGRE families help uncover gene-environment interactions.
This blog post is by Priscilla Gilman, the mother of a son affected by autism. The article was orginally featured here on 'The Daily Beast.'
This blog post is by Wendy Morris an autism mom and a DC Walk Now for Autism Speaks Co-Chair.
This post is by Shelley Hendrix, Director, Grassroots Advocacy for Autism Speaks
This country’s democratic processes were founded on the people of our nation. The more people involved in the voting process, the better.
This blog post is by Lou Melgarejo, the father of three and whose eldest daughter is affected by autism. Lou was the recipient of the Autism Speaks 2011 Speak Out Award.
Do we know how long it takes a premature baby to catch up in brain development? Is there anything parents can do to reduce autism risk during this period?
This is a blog post by Scott Evan Davis, a composer/lyricist based in NYC. Besides writing for the theatre and cabaret community, he also spends his time teaching musical theatre to children.
This video was submitted by Allison Duhon Hill, an Autism Speaks Walk Now for Autism Speaks volunteer, and mother of three children, one of which has autism.
This post is by Haylie L. Miller, Ph.D. She is the 2012 Dallas/Fort Worth Walk Chair, 2013 Blue Tie Ball Chair, and Incoming Leadership Council Chair.
Geraldine Dawson, CSO of Autism Speaks, sits down with Kate to discuss her relationship with the organization and how they is helping to change the future for all who struggle with autism spectrum disorders.
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