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Autism Society of Ohio invites you to get involved in our Big Give for Autism (#AutismBigGive) on September 17.This is a day for you to provide real help for people and families living with autism.  Why should you get involved?  Consider these facts:

  • Every day 126 people are diagnosed with autism; that’s one person every 11 minutes.

  • Currently, there are an estimated 3.5 million people in the United States living with autism spectrum disorder.

  • People with autism and their families must navigate difficult systems, and many adults on the autism spectrum are denied basic civil rights, such as access to transportation, housing and jobs appropriate to their knowledge and skills.

For fifty years, the Autism Society has supported individuals with autism, their families, caregivers and friends as we advocate for better services and provide the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy. 

By supporting the Autism Society of Ohio, you join with thousands across the country to provide much-needed support for individuals with autism and their families. 

Sign up today to receive your Big Give for Autism (#AutismBigGive)(link to make the blue underlined words a hot link: https://autismbiggive.org/#sign-up) reminder email and then spread the word about the Autism Society’s giving day.  Everyone knows someone impacted by autism.  Let’s work together to enhance their lives, provide support and give dignity to those who for years have been socially isolated and overlooked.

Celebrate the Autism Society’s 50th Anniversary by getting involved in the Big Give for Autism (#AutismBigGive) on September 17.

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Webcast: Autism Through the Lifespan

From Thursday 31 May 2012
To Friday 01 June 2012
Autism Today is proud to announce that the National Leadership Autism Conference, "Autism Through the Lifespan" For Families, Educators and Professionals will be available also as a FREE WEBCAST taking place May 31st and June 1st. The great demand for this information in the Washington DC area far exceeded our expectations. As a result we decided to work with the world's leading internet broadcaster to bring the content to virtually everybody--everywhere. In order to host the FREE WEBCAST we also moved the venue to the TV Worldwide Studio located at 4206 F Technology Court in Chantilly, Virginia in the Washington DC area. This powerful conference now also via FREE WEBCAST includes many prominent national speakers as well as people from government agencies with updates from places like Autism Speaks, National Institute of Health, Congress and the Administration and the Center for Disease Control. This conference addresses all your solutions through the lifespan geared for families, educators and professionals and covers early diagnosis, intervention, school based services, transition to adulthood and adult services. We will also have a LIVE studio audience with a format to answer questions from both our online and audience in attendance.
This Event Will Cover the Most Important Issues for Autism: Latest Intervention Techniques New Methods for Early Identification School Age Services Transitions to Adulthood Adult Services and Supports You will find the tentative schedule on WWW.AUTISMDC.COM, however, due to scheduling, please check frequently for updates to the lineup as things may fluctuate as this LIVE conference is very dynamic, timely and subject to change!
Here’s the lineup.
Kelly Gilpin, Future Horizons
Lee Grossman, (Former President, Autism Society of America)
Robert Hendren, DO (Chair of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; U of California)
Susan Daniels, (National Institute of Health)
Dr. Michael McManmon (Founder, College Internship Program and person with autism)
Anita Miller Sostek, PhD, VP for the Science Department, Autism Speaks
Dr. Sheila Wagner,
NBC Consultant John Williams
Dr. Temple Grandin, Time Magazine's list of most influential people
Patricia Wright, Easter Seals
Joel Manzer, Xanga, Autisable
Karen Simmons (CEO & Founder, Autism Today, Co-author Chicken Soup for the Soul; Special Needs) with her son, Jonathan Sicoli
Paul Andrew (Managing Director, Employment & Community Services;CARF Intl)
Donna Williams, (Author from Nobody Nowhere)
Diane Twachtman Cullen, Editor in Chief, Autism Spectrum Quarterly Magazine
Leslie Long, Director of Housing and Adult Services, Autism Speaks
Tonia Ferguson, M S (Director for the ARC & Autism Now Project)
Dr. Carol Schall (Virginia Commonwealth University-Autism Center for Excellence-Head of Project Search for ASD)
Dr. Stephen Shore (Professor, and a person with autism)
Speakers will be highlighting innovative services and supports throughout the conference and new emerging efforts that enhance the lives of people with autism.
So, go to: http://www.tvworldwide.com/events/autism/120531/ and join us for what we believe to be the most timely, influential autism conferences of the year. Be a part of the autism solutions today.
Sincerely, The Autism Today Team
Phone: 1-866-9-AUTISM (1-866-928-8476)
Autism Today 301 Wye Rd, Suite 11 Box 64260 Sherwood Park,


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