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Last August, Laurie and Eric Chern traveled from their home in Chicago to have lunch with a few moms in North Carolina. Longtime supporters of Autism Speaks and the parents
More than half of children with autism take medicine at some point during their childhood. Deciding to use medicine to treat children with autism is a difficult decision for
 By Rachel Nuwer From the day her twins were born, Marcy Oakes-Henschel could see they were in chronic pain. ”They had really severe GI issues from birth,”
WASHINGTON, DC (February, 13, 2013) -- Bipartisan legislation that would enable families to create tax-free savings accounts, similar to college savings accounts, for
NEW YORK (February 11, 2013) -- Autism Speaks today endorsed HF.181, sponsored by Rep. Kim Norton (DFL-Rochester), which would require state-regulated health
CHICAGO (February 6, 2013) -- Autism Speaks is proud to recognize the achievements of Glencoe, Ill. teen Spencer Savitz who has been cited as a leader in his
JEFFERSON CITY (February 5, 2013) -- A Missouri state agency has found that the state's 2010 autism insurance reform law fully ramped up in 2012, yet still produced
  LAS VEGAS (February 4, 2013) -- Autism Speaks is co-hosting a full-day workshop on autism insurance to kick off the 3rd Annual Convention of the Association of
NEW YORK (January 28, 2013) -- Autism Speaks today endorsed SB.668 and HB.721, the new Hawaii autism insurance reform bills, which would require many health
NEW YORK (January 24, 2013) --– Autism Speaks today endorsed LB-505, a new autism insurance reform bill, which would bar state-regulated health plans in Nebraska