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It's Never Too Early

"Our son Eli was born healthy. Around 6 months old we noticed some quirky body movements. He'd be very upset when he wasn't in his infant jumper. He'd hop all day if we let him. When he was 12 months we knew something was going on as he wasn't meeting milestones: no pointing, waving, or words."

— Click to read more about Eli! —

Adult Research

Research on adults with autism has been severely lacking. In 2013, only one percent of funding was granted to this area of research. But especially with the incoming wave of autistic adults and children aging out of the system, we desperately need research so that we can assist this vulnerable community.

Tell the NIH to fund research on lifespan issues!

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In-Home Support for a Family Impacted by Autism

Many families affected by autism struggle to bridge the gap between the benefits gained in a therapeutic setting and daily life in the home. That's why St. David's Center for Child and Family Development offers them in-home support. Practitioners and graduate-level interns help families build skills, as well as ensure that day treatment goals transfer to the home setting.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ help provide this exceptional support for a family living with autism. Thank you!

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