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If you previously signed this petition on The Child Health Site, your signature has been counted. If you know someone who is interested in this cause, please direct them to sign the petition! Thank you!
Goal: 20,000 Progress: 6,137
Sponsored by: The Autism Site

Autism is one of the fastest-growing learning and developmental disabilities in the United States: a child is diagnosed every 20 minutes. Families and children are growing more and more desperate for support and resources as the disability does not currently have any early detection methods or a cure.

Autism costs Americans close to $40 billion per year — a figure that underscores the extreme need for further funding, research, and support for families dealing with autism.

Sign the pledge below, adding your name to the list of people who support those affected by autism!

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I'm signing my name in favor of improving the lives of the millions of people touched by autism.

Autism is treatable, and people living with autism can make significant progress at any age. But for children, getting the right support early in life is critical to gaining the skills they need to be successful.

We must improve the educational and medical services available to individuals and families living with autism. There is an urgent need for increased funding, services, and support for people living with autism to lead more independent lives. Please recognize this need and do everything you can to lend your support to those touched by autism.

Petition Signatures


Apr 13, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Apr 13, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Apr 10, 2016 Genesis Merano
Apr 9, 2016 Masika Manwaring
Apr 7, 2016 Rose Sullivan
Apr 5, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Apr 2, 2016 Sharon Kite
Mar 31, 2016 Loli Diaz
Mar 30, 2016 Valerie Avent
Mar 27, 2016 Ruby King Autism is a neurological difference and you can expect a wide range of personalities, behaviours, thought processes, strengths and weaknesses from those on the spectrum. Ignore stereotypes!
Mar 26, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Mar 26, 2016 Tina Wiltison
Mar 21, 2016 Kimberly Cusenza
Mar 20, 2016 Raleigh koritz
Mar 20, 2016 gordon mcbrearty
Mar 19, 2016 Rachel Hearlson
Mar 17, 2016 wendy gutierrez
Mar 16, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Mar 7, 2016 Helga Blackthorne
Mar 6, 2016 Jan Marek
Mar 3, 2016 Cheryl McIntire
Mar 1, 2016 Ann fisher
Feb 24, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Feb 15, 2016 Jessica Mayo I have a 3 year old son, he is autistic & speech impaired. He's my world & I'll do what I can to support autism!
Feb 12, 2016 Brandon Danaher
Feb 9, 2016 Debra Wilhoit
Feb 2, 2016 Linda L.-Schaeffer
Jan 24, 2016 Mary Pat Mills
Jan 24, 2016 Frances Stefanski
Jan 24, 2016 Sue Ward
Jan 21, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 21, 2016 caliniki calapothaki
Jan 18, 2016 JUNE MCCARTNEY
Jan 18, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 18, 2016 Charles Pan
Jan 18, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 18, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Jan 18, 2016 linda oastler My grandaughters is 3 and has autism..she is special..comical..beautiful..a very special little girl..love her to bits..kids with autism are special little people x
Jan 17, 2016 Roy Leach Hi,I have twin boys with non verbal Autism.Very special and loving boys they are too.
Jan 17, 2016 Krista Whitwham Kids on tbe spectrum are amazing. I am priveleged to know them and learn from them.
Jan 17, 2016 Rachael Green
Jan 17, 2016 JINNY LEE
Jan 17, 2016 (Name not displayed)
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 17, 2016 Tamara van Hees
Jan 16, 2016 Robert Colley
Jan 15, 2016 Tanya Whelan
Jan 15, 2016 Patty Weston
Jan 15, 2016 margaret mutch
Jan 14, 2016 Clare Eves

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