For myself, for my son, for everyone impacted by Autism. My journey down the Autism path started the Fall of 2005. My happy sweet outgoing 4
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I walk for my two-year-old son Jayson and all of the other kids,
Yesenia Loya, a mother of a son on the spectrum, shares why she walks for Walk Now for Autism Speaks. Fall walks are quickly approaching so make sure to check our website here if you are interested in participating in your area!
I am the mother of a gorgeous baby boy
The Southern New Jersey Walk Now for Autism Speaks event took place on May 18th, 2013 in Mount Laurel.
Roughly 5,000 families, individuals and organizations joined us on Walk day.
Kyle’s Crew is just one of many teams who showed their support.
The Westchster/Fairfield Walk Now for Autism Speaks took place on Sunday, June 2 at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in White Plains, N.Y.
Autism Speaks National Board Member Laura
The Pittsburgh Walk Now for Autism Speaks took place on Saturday, June 1 at Heinz Field.
Check out some great team photos below.
Saturday, May 18th was the 6th Anniversary of the Cincinnati Walk Now for Autism Speaks held at Coney Island Amusement Park. Despite rain in the beginning of the day, the sun came out and welcomed 6,000 walkers, 28 Resources & Service Providers, and a stage full of performers and entertainers. After the 2-mile walk and live performances, the families stuck around to enjoy a picnic lunch provided by John
Despite heavy rain and flash flood warnings, nearly 10,000 people made it to the 7th annual Georgia Walk Now for Autism Speaks event at Atlantic Station to unite and walk with family and friends affected by autism. Event co-emcees Donna Lowry and Chief Meteorologist, Mike Francis with Walk media sponsor, 11Alive News, assured walkers huddled under tents and umbrellas that the rain would subside and soon after the start of the walk, the weather cooperated.