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In time for the holidays, Autism Speaks has donated 1,176 iPads to financially disadvantaged individuals with autism of all ages and abilities in all 50 states, bringing the total distributed since 2011 to just under 3,000.

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Puberty programs for health educators from the Robert Crown Center for Health Education, funded by an Autism Speaks Family Services Community Grant, ease confusion and discomfort and help teens embrace the winding path to adulthood. Parents and teachers have been one hundred percent thrilled with the program and its resources.

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This post highlights the success of students in the Center for Independent Living High Functioning Autism Program at University of Scranton who received scholarships through the Autism Speaks Brian and Patricia Kelly Postsecondary Scholarship Fund.

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In this post, Autism Speaks ART Coordinator J-Jaye Hurley discusses her visit to an amazing postsecondary program for young adults with autism that received funding from the Brian and Patricia Kelly Postsecondary Scholarship Fund.

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Autism Speaks Baker Summer Camp Grant recipient Camp Ability is all about connecting with each individual camper and helping him or her achieve the most out of life.

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Autism Speaks is excited to partner with DoSomething.org to take a stand against bullying in schools and help increase autism acceptance, staring with musical chairs in the lunch room!

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This blog post, written in both Spanish and English, discusses the recent training efforts by Autism Speaks in Santiago, Dominican Republic for parents and air travel professionals.

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With funding from an Autism Speaks Community Grant, The Kennedy Center developed a travel training curriculum to introduce independent travel on public buses and trains to young adults with autism spectrum disorders. "This has dramatically increased my daughter's independence as well as her self-esteem."

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