Tag Archives: Autism Awareness

An Eye for Change

Life can be a struggle—it’s a lesson we’ve all learned. For a young teen named Bryce and his mother Angela, they’ve taken their struggle and transformed it into change. “When Bryce was diagnosed with autism, it was difficult to find services where we used to live,” recalled Angela. “It was a ladder. An endless ladder finding resources,” added Bryce. Read More ›

informDD September 2017

Learn more about the importance of Issue 3, plus read success stories about a Malone University college student and a young woman who fights for Autism awareness.

Angel’s Army: Fighting for Autism Awareness

“Angel wasn’t diagnosed with Autism until she was 13 or 14,” recalled Angel’s mom, Denise. “We didn’t know much about Autism then.” Read More ›

Autism Awareness Month 2015: How You Can Get Involved this April

April 1 marks the beginning of Autism Awareness Month, a campaign started in 1970 to educate the public on this complex condition and developmental disability.  More so, it is an opportunity to shed light on the 3 million individuals autism affects in the United States, some of the challenges they face and ways to support autism research.  

In addition, April 2, 2015 is World Autism Awareness Day and  Read More ›

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