Awareness

8 Reasons Why Autism Moms Rock!

We asked to hear your story of motherhood and recieved an overwhelming amount of beautiful responses. We decided to compile a list to show just how much you ladies rock! 

 

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Chad Faces 'Obstacles & Opportunities' on World of Jenks

The changes keep on coming for Chad on MTV's World of Jenks episode '... More...

Meeting the Needs of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

 

By Ann Gibbons, Executive director, National Capital Area chapter

On Friday evening, May 3rd, over 200 women and men gathered for a screening of the movie "Colored My Mind" and panel discussion on... More...

Honor Yourself on Your Special Day

Denise Bianchi is an employee for Autism Speaks, assisting the Family Services Department for the Northeast Region, as well as the Communications and Marketing Departments. She is the mother of two children, Danielle, 18, and Andrew 13, who ha... More...

'Art Therapy' from Real Look Autism

This video for Real Look Autism.com shows us how a 14 year old boy has really connected with art and art therapy. Conor loves to create elaborate environments and through his art has improved his verbal and motor skills.

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One Dad's Musical Journey Through April

This blog post is by Larry Grogan. He has been writing about music for more than 25 years, first in fanzines, then in newspapers and eventually moved onto the internet in 2000 with a web zine, which evolved into the ... More...

Dear Team…

This post is by Luau, who blogs at, 'Run Luau Run.'

I guess I need to do my part in r... More...

We Are 'Tied To A Cause' With Vineyard Vines!

Check out our #1 fan as he describes why it’s time to brighten up this season! Vineyard Vines has partnered with Autism Speaks for their ‘Tied To A Cause’ campaign. ALL proceeds from their collection of tote-bag and ties are dona... More...

Chad Secures a Trial Run on the Job!

On the last episode of MTV's World of Jenks Chad finds himself having graduated high school and in search of a job and future plans. It was a... More...

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