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Why I Walk: My Inspiring Son

This Why I Walk blog was written from Jamie who's son Mason was diagnosed with autism shortly after his 2nd birthday.

This guest post is from Jamie who is an active volunteer and walker for us in New Jersey. Why do you walk? Tell us at iwalkfor@gmail.com. Look to…

Your ATN@Work: A Trip to the Dentist Can Be a Positive Experience

Two Autism Speaks tool kits – one for dental professionals and another for families – help kids with autism master the dentist’s chair

By pediatric dentist Elizabeth Shick, director of Pipeline Programs and Global Health Outreach at the University of Colorad…

It Was Unanimous!

Entire Long Island class volunteers for advocacy

This blog post is by Alison Dyer, the Assistant Director of Grassroots Development at Autism Speaks.

Let me kick this off by saying that New York's Mepham High School is an incredible place!

This wonderful school on Long Islan…

How Music Gave My Grandson A Place in the World

This is a post from the grandmother of a 15-year-old with Asperger Syndrome. "Music has given John his place in the world, his purpose, his calling."

This is a post by Cheryl Hanson, grandmother to 15-year-old electronic music producer and performer John Hanson, who has Asper…

A Letter to 'Five Guys' for Showing Kindness to my Son with Autism

A mom writes about her son with autism forming a close bond with a 'Five Guys' franchise's employees.

This guest post was written by Erin Polk which you could find on The Mighty here. You can also keep up with Erin on Facebook here. An excerept of Erin's blog is…

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Revere SEPAC are EXCITED

June 11, 2014!

The Shut Up About Your Perfect Kids

authors Gina and Patty have their daughters hitting the road, and Revere is their first stop! We present the Shut Up Daughters! They will speak about their road to college. More information to follow! So mark your calenders!  

 

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Greater Boston Walk for Autism

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Photo: It was an AMAZING weekend at Stop & Shop @ Suffolk Downs fundraising! We send our gratitude to our volunteers, patrons and of course Stop & Shop! We met so many people that shared a story about being touched by Autism! We are so excited that a week from today to participate in the Greater Boston Walk for Autism! ❤️ 

It was an AMAZING weekend at Stop & Shop @ Suffolk Downs fundraising! We send our gratitude to our volunteers, patrons and of course Stop & Shop! We met so many people that shared a story about being touched by Autism! We are so excited that a week from today to participate in the Greater Boston Walk for Autism!

 

 


 

 

 


 


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