advocacy

Your Dollars @ Work: Essential Legal Advocacy for Children with Autism

The below post is written by Ericka Garcia, Developmental Disabilities Attorney wit... More...

On the Road: OK, Sometimes Travel is Glamorous

Lorri Unumb, vice president of state government affairs for Autism Speaks, travels the country advocating for families and individuals facing the challenges of autism. This is her ongoing series "On The Road For Autism Reform."... More...

On the Road: “Please don’t forget about us.”

Lorri Unumb, vice president of state government affairs for Autism Speaks, travels the country advocating for families and individuals facing the challenges of autism. This is her ongoing series "On The Road For Autism Reform."... More...

On the Road: Week 5

Lorri and her team at the Gr... More...

Does TRICARE Care?

Terri Barnes, a military wife and mom of three children, contributes a weekly blog to Stars  & Stripes entitled "Spouse Calls." This week she weighs in on the confusion military... More...

Moms Bowl for Free. Yes, I Accept Your Invitation!

Marianne Sullivan is responsible for Community Outreach and Education at Autism Speaks. She can be reached at: msullivan@autismspeaks.org

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Summer Immersion Experience: Advocacy

This post is by Samantha Barley, Marietta College

Advocate: to speak or to write in favor of. For eleven Alpha Xi Delta Sisters, the word advocate is something they held dear to their hearts when visiting Capitol Hill. ... More...

Videoblog: Amy Hess & Lisa Goring at the National Conference

“Putting It All Together” for Your Child with Autism: Amy Hess, ATN site coordinator at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and Lisa Goring, Autism Speaks vice president of Family Services, discuss key points fo... More...

Celebrate July 4th by Taking Action for Autism

“Liberty, taking the word in its concrete sense, consists in the ability to choose." --Simone Weil

This year we will have the ability to choose who will serve as our President and who will represent us in Congress... More...

Somebody Stole My Name! (but we're friends now)

This is a post by Dr. Scott Standifer, a Clinical Assistant Professor for the Disability Policy & Studies office (DPS) at the University of Missouri. He is the author of ... More...

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