Autistic Children And Their Families Participate In Scavenger Hunt At The ZooAutism Speaks and Hersha Hospitality Management, or HHM a hospitality investment firm, hosted area families of autistic children at the zoo.
For Philadelphia Family With Autistic Son, Neighborhood School Becomes a ModelDuring Autism Awareness Month, an East Mt. Airy couple is shining a light on how partnering with your public school can help create better services for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
Philadelphia Buildings Go Blue For World Autism Awareness DayAccording to Autism Speaks, the day of awareness was established back in 2007 and aims to shed light on the disorder, which affects millions worldwide.
More Support Needed For Adults With Autism"There's no national plan or effort to really strategically deal with so many adults with autism coming into the system," says Leslie Long, director of adult services for Autism Speaks, which conducted the survey.
Treating Autism EarlyMany parents who have had autistic children know that something’s wrong early in life. There may be no specific test but they have a sense something’s going on. Getting help early can make a difference.
Using DNA To Unlock The Mysteries Of AutismResearchers at Rutgers have collected DNA samples from numerous families that have a single autistic child, in hopes of shedding some light on the disabling disorder.
Autism Warning Signs The American Academy of Pediatrics would like all children screened for autism twice by the age of two. Warning signs include babies who don’t babble at nine months and one-year-olds who don’t point to toys.
Thousands Walk For Autism AwarenessThe 9th Annual Walk Now for Autism Speaks fundraising event took place at the Sports Complex Saturday morning.
Philadelphia Firefighter Rows DC-to-NYC For Autism AwarenessA Philadelphia fire department captain, touched by the plight of families who have children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, has decided to raise money and awareness for the cause by rowing from Washington, DC to New York City.
Ventnor Woman Makes Second Attempt At Bubble Blowing World RecordThe mother of an autistic child in New Jersey tried to break the world record for most people simultaneously blowing bubbles across multiple locations Friday.
Thousands Join In Walk For Autism Cure at BallparkAlmost 14,000 people joined in the Walk Now For Autism Speaks in Philadelphia Saturday, with the hopes of raising money and increase awareness about the widespread disability.