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Walk Now for Autism Speaks

"We knew that when Dashiell turned 21 the school bus would stop coming, but we weren't prepared for how ill-equipped the world was for him and the other children with autism who would also be reaching their 21st birthdays and looking for independent housing."

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"I walk for my son Ramsey.
 He is 7 years old and was diagnosed with autism when he was 2. Ramsey was developing like a typical child: he was beginning to talk and walk earlier then typical children his age, and he understood when I would talk to him."

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More than 200 people gathered at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square last night to celebrate the success of our 2014 NYC Walk Now for Autism Speaks events and kick off our 2015 season.

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For the past year, our community has shared stories about why they choose to Walk for Autism Speaks. Here are the top seven touching stories that you sent. Want to share your story? Email us at iwalkfor@gmail.com!

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Melissa who walks for Southern New Jersey's Walk Now for Autism Speaks shares how Autism Speaks has impacted the life of her 11-year-old on the autism spectrum.

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This guest post is by Kerrie Mallory, one of our walkers and a mom blogger who wanted to share her story about how Autism Speaks has impacted her families life...

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This guest post is by Hannah Bunch, a mom of three stair-step boys, all with either confirmed or suspected autism.

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This guest post is by Bunky who is a vendor of Sprouts Farmers Market and a participant in our Arizona Walk Now for Autism Speaks event.

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