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If you previously signed this petition on The Child Health Site, your signature has been sent to President Obama. If you know someone who is interested in this cause, please direct them to sign the petition! Thank you!
Goal: 20,000 Progress: 9,651
Sponsored by: The Autism Site

Autism is a developmental disorder that affects one in 68 children. Those are frightening odds, and in order to provide assistance and care to children and families living with autism, we need to incite the government for help and raise awareness for this important cause.

Occurrences of autism are only increasing, and something needs to be done. Families touched by autism need our support. Though autism awareness and advocacy is on the rise, there is still much that remains unknown about this elusive disorder. That's why we need stronger governmental participation to continue to fight on behalf of children and families.

Sign the petition urging President Obama to dedicate more time and resources toward the fight against autism and to supporting our families who are living with it now.

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Dear President Obama:

I am writing on behalf of an important and sensitive matter. Autism is a developmental disorder that affects one in 68 children. Children with autism often have difficulties having to do with communication and social interaction, and autism can severely affect a child's development in many key areas of growth.

Autism treatment and coverage can also be very difficult to come by in the current political climate. Many insurance providers don't include autism care in their coverage plans. Some families are carrying the burden of expensive autism treatments all on their own.

Autism is a reality in our country, and instances are only increasing. We need you to stand up and advocate for families dealing with this difficult disorder.

Thank you for your time.

Petition Signatures


Jun 18, 2016 Sara Ferandelli
Jun 3, 2016 AniMae Chi
May 29, 2016 Lori Kegler
May 29, 2016 Dawn Shockley
May 25, 2016 John De Keyzer
May 22, 2016 Elisabetta Palma
May 13, 2016 karyn parker
Apr 21, 2016 Theresa Smith
Apr 11, 2016 Jessica Van Epps
Apr 8, 2016 Tara Jones
Apr 7, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Apr 6, 2016 Raleigh koritz
Apr 4, 2016 Meghan Lara
Apr 4, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Mar 21, 2016 Linda Ann Long
Mar 20, 2016 Sarah Joseph
Mar 12, 2016 Cindy Herriman Living with my son Ryan that has Autism is a life changing experience. You learn never to take the smallest things for granted. We love him very much , but can be very hard and parents with kids on the spectrum could always use more help .
Mar 11, 2016 Lucinda Hayes
Mar 5, 2016 Lori Hernandez
Mar 4, 2016 Catina Williams
Feb 25, 2016 maricruz Nieves
Feb 20, 2016 Kelly Burns
Feb 12, 2016 Brandon Danaher
Feb 8, 2016 Lisa Perez
Feb 8, 2016 Jennifer Elderd
Feb 6, 2016 Kibby Romero
Feb 6, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Feb 5, 2016 Allison Weeks
Feb 2, 2016 Linda L.-Schaeffer
Jan 28, 2016 Jan Marek
Jan 21, 2016 Awilda Rivera No child should be held back from reaching his/her potential. Every child has a right to an education and all the help possible should be in place. Please inform yourself about this serious matter and make changes.
Jan 17, 2016 Angelika Kempter
Jan 17, 2016 Kerri Bagley My child is 5 years old, severely autistic, severe ID, non-verbal, non-communicative, no motor or play skills and has been recently evaluated at a 5-7 month old infancy level in all areas! He has just gone through a major regression period. Drs don't know
Jan 14, 2016 Heather McKnight
Jan 10, 2016 Allison Richards
Jan 8, 2016 Julie Cheney
Jan 8, 2016 Kelly Iott
Jan 8, 2016 Alicia Fawcett
Jan 5, 2016 ALINA CAPOTE
Jan 3, 2016 Amanda Crawford I am a mother of an autistic son.
Jan 1, 2016 Roxana Agler
Dec 22, 2015 Tanya Daniel I am a single mother of 18 year old twins with Autism. They are both nonverbal and have severe learning delays. Autism has taught me to be more patient and understanding. These boys are the sweetest and cutest guys and I wouldn't change them for the world
Dec 9, 2015 Maggie Lucchini
Dec 8, 2015 kathy smith
Dec 5, 2015 Elizabeth Patterson
Dec 5, 2015 Roxanne Dinkines
Dec 4, 2015 Amber Bonasse
Dec 3, 2015 Beah Robinson
Nov 23, 2015 Renee Boston
Nov 15, 2015 Marie Hemphill

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