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Support Autism Research

Support Autism Research

In any disorder, there are four basic questions to investigate: What is it? What causes it? How do you know if someone has it? and, most importantly, how do we make it better? Autism demands answers for all of these questions, and all are priorities.

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How to Combat Teasing & Bullying

How to Combat Teasing and Bullying

Being bullied is an unfortunate reality for many kids with ASD. Luckily, psychologists like Dr. Laugeson have made it their mission to equip kids with tools to deal with it. Learn more!

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Thriving in College on the Spectrum

Thriving in College on the Spectrum

The transition to college can be a major challenge for all young adults, and those on the autism spectrum often need individual support in order to thrive.

In this video, university educators Marc Ellison and Michael McManmon discuss the best ways for colleges to support students with autism and enable them to realize their fullest potential. In addition, the two offer advice to students and their parents about how to get their college careers moving on the right track.

Click to watch more inspirational and educational videos about raising awareness for autism.


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Behavioral Therapy for Autism in Military Families
Now 1 in 68 children have a diagnosis on the autism spectrum. ACT Today! For Military Families has been making a difference in the lives of military children on the spectrum since 2005. They know the challenges that military families face. In turn, they help improve the day-to-day lives of these families by helping cover out-of-pocket costs for necessary treatment. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ help provide Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy treatment for military children on the spectrum. Thank you!

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