Walk Now for Autism Speaks

After the Storm

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

Why I Walk - Amy Huizenga

This blog post is by Amy Huizenga, who is a part of the New Jersey Shore Walk.

On June 22, 2010 my son was diagnosed with autism. He was 28 months old. The lives of the then 5 of us were forever changed. I was 36 weeks pregnan... More...

A Life-Changing Year

This is a blog post by Shira Roth, the mother of two boys, Evan (age 4, PDD-NOS) and Noah (age 1.5).

On October 13th we'll be celebrating four years of our amazing and very special Evan. But this October marks anothe... More...

Kerry's Korner #24: Walking for Autism Speaks

In this episode, I feature Walk Now for Autism Speaks, an initiative to raise funds and awareness for autism. In this episode I discuss my experience with the walks and how being involved has helped build my voice in the autism community. This wil... More...

Check out the apps for Autism Speaks!

Want a new way to help spread the word about the Walk?  Well now you can with the new custom iPhone and Android application!  Locate our new Walk Now for Autism Speaks mobile application through iTunes or the Android ... More...

Mothers educate others with Autism Speaks

This article was originally published in the Murfreesboro Post

 

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Hit a Home Run for Autism

This blog post is by Kevin Hughes. He and a few family members put together this baseball event to raise money in honor of their nephew, Matthew.

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Why I Walk - For Pride and Love

Jennifer Sheridan lives with her small, beautiful family in Nashville, TN. She is Tennessee's 2012 Volunteer Advocacy Chair for Autism Votes.

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