Autism Speaks

Personal Perspective on ABC’s “What Would You Do”

Lisa Goring, parent and VP of family services for Autism Speaks

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Lead-Off for a Cure

Autism Speaks and The Gillen Brewer School teamed up with Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Lead-Off for a Cure dinner gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan on Monday, April 16. The evening was a tremendous success, raising ov... More...

I’m Beginning a Gluten & Casein Free Diet - Where to Start?

This blog post is by Cassidy Stockton, the Social Media Specialist- Marketing at Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods.

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An Invitation to our National Conference

Posted by Nancy Jones, Ph.D., program director of th... More...

Kerry’s Korner #12: Panera Bread Goes Blue

 

In this episode of Kerry’s Korner I feature a Panera Bread in Memphis, Tennessee who are helping out with World Autism Awareness Month for Autism Speaks. We have the opportunity to interview two employees of Panera Bread and ask... More...

April is Autism Awareness Month - Siblings

We are debuting a new video this week that was created by Option G and Autism Speaks. It tells Mattias’ story of being a brother to sibling with autism. He talks about what he loves about his brother and also why autism can be hard on his br... More...

The Month in Review – Autism Speaks March 2012 Impact

March Madness took on a whole new meaning for Autism Speaks! We were gearing up to Light It Up Blue for World Autism Awareness Day with exciting intiatives across all of our departments. March also closed... More...

How to be the best advocate for your child's education!

Please join us on April 17 at 6pm EST for a LIVE Chat Q & A with Autism Speaks Board Member Gary Mayerson. Gary will discuss 'How to be the best advocate for your child's education!'

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Kerry’s Korner #11: Graceland Mansion Lights It Up Blue

In this episode, Kerry’s Korner took a trip down to Memphis, Tennessee to visit Elvis Presley’s “Graceland” Mansion. We highlight in this video Graceland’s first year of lighting it up blue for World Autism Awareness ... More...

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