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January 06, 2014

An anonymous letter was sent on New Years Eve to the house of Annie Sands, a mother from Bromley, London, about one of her sons, Rubin, who is on the autism spectrum. The letter has gone viral in autism community since Annie has shared it and has even made her decide to sell her home and find another place to live. See a close up of the letter below...

In 2003, NAAR committed approximately $4.9 million to fund 35 pilot studies, 13 pre- and post-doctoral fellowships and two autism training programs. NAAR's 2003 research commitments funded autism investigations in the U.S., Canada, England, Scotland and Denmark. As part of the 2003 awards, NAAR is co-sponsoring two autism training programs in partnership with the Canadian Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction.

2003 PILOT STUDY GRANTS

Iconic Buildings and Landmarks in Over 180 U.S. Cities and 30 Countries Around the World will Shine a Bright Blue Light on Autism

Tonight, Autism Speaks, North America's largest autism science and advocacy organization, will kick-off its 2nd annual Light It Up Blue

April 01, 2011

NEW YORK, N.Y. (April,1 2011) – Tonight, Autism Speaks, North America's largest autism science and advocacy organization, will kick-off its 2nd annual Light It Up Blue (LIUB) campaign – a unique global initiative to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day and help raise funds and awareness of autism as a growing public health crisis.

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Over 1000 Buildings Join the Autism Speaks Light It Up Blue Campaign to Celebrate World Autism Awareness Day and Autism Awareness Month