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This blog post is by Steve (Pop-Pop) Gamet who, along with Evelyn (MumMum) make up the  very proud grandparent duo for Locke, a young boy with autism. Their daughter Kristy  has been previously involved with autism insurance reform in Georgia and just recently rejoined the grassroots team. 

I would like to introduce my special grandson, Locke. He is a wonderful, gifted little boy who has made amazing progress since he was diagnosed with autism at 18 months of age. He is now nine years old.

This blog post is by Ali Dyer, Assistant Director of Grassroots Advocacy. Her older brother Jeff is affected by autism.

‘Our 1 in 68 can’t wait so take 5 to advocate!’ is a slogan that has been drilled into brain by my colleague and friend, Shelley Hendrix. And it is true; prevalence numbers are rising at an alarming rate and we as a nation are not prepared to provide supports for individuals affected by autism. We are in desperate need of Federal funding to invest in research, treatment, training, and services for the autism community at large.

July 4th is a day where we gather with family and friends to celebrate America's Independence. Here are some recipes to make the holiday extra delicious! How about making extra and swinging by your local Congressmember's office to not only share your patriotic spirit, but to also tell them why autism matters to you! Let them know why it is important to pass the Autism CARES Act.