This blog post is by Wendy Morris an autism mom and a DC Walk Now for Autism Speaks Co-Chair.
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.
This post is by Lara Collazo, development manager of Team Up with Autism Speaks. Team Up is your opportunity to compete in endurance events while raising money for Autism Speaks. Visit the Team Up site to learn more.
Ana Arroyo, Scentsy Independent Consultant, grew up in New York City and resides in Westchester County, New York with her family. Ana was one of the many Scentsy consultants across North America who enthusiastically embraced the company’s campaign to raise funds for Autism Speaks through the sale of the Piece-by-Piece warmer.
What is Squag?
[skwag] A curated social space for kids 8+ on the autism spectrum to build ideas about themselves.
The mirror is the anchor of the child's Squagpad™. It is an opportunity for them to self-reflect and create original thoughts about themselves. It is a private, live webcam where they can literally see themselves, and even capture their own image to post in their scrapbook.
It was a memorably beautiful day at Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, NY, where Autism Speaks Co-founders Suzanne and Bob Wright and event co-chairs Susan and Kevin Murray hosted the Fourteenth Annual Autism Speaks Celebrity Golf Challenge.