Archived | Autism Speaks: Innovative Technology for Autism Initiative | Circa 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Screenshot of Autism Speaks Innovative Technology for Autism Initiative web page circa 2007 Innovative Technology for Autism Initiative The Innovative Technology for Autism Initiative (ITA) was created to spur development of new technology to assist those living with autism. Its goal is to lead in the development of products that provide real world solutions to …

Archived | Autism Speaks Announces $5 Million in New Research Grants  A Total of $30 Million Committed to Science Spending in 2007 | Circa December 20,. 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Autism Speaks Announces $5 Million in New Research Grants A Total of $30 Million Committed to Science Spending in 2007 NEW YORK, NY (December 20, 2007) -- Autism Speaks, an advocacy organization dedicated to raising funds and public awareness of autism in order to facilitate autism research, today announced that it has awarded just under $5 …

Archived | Autism Speaks and Cure Autism Now Complete Merger | Circa February 5, 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Autism Speaks and Cure Autism Now Complete Merger Combined Operations of Leading Autism Organizations Will Lead to Enhanced Research, Treatment and Advocacy Programs (NEW YORK, NY – February 5, 2007) – Autism Speaks and Cure Autism Now (CAN) have completed their merger, uniting the nation's two leading autism advocacy organizations and their cutting-edge programs for …

Autism Speaks Timeline | #NotAnAutisticAlly

note: The “Autism Community” is not the Autistic Community The Autism Community was created by non-Autistic led organizations and includes mostly parents, professionals and their friends and networks. Most of what the world know about Autism is sourced from the non-autistic “Autism Community.” What’s the difference between Autism Advocacy and Autistic Advocacy? Autism Advocacy (by …

Cure Autism Now … A Brief Introduction | Video

https://youtu.be/8g1qhxkJwOQ Cure Autism Now ... A Brief History Cure Autism Now In 2007, Autism Speaks completed its merger with Cure Autism Now (CAN).[4] CAN was founded in 1995 by Jonathan Shestack and Portia Iversen, the parents of a child with autism whose story is told in the book Strange Son. It was an organization of parents, doctors …