Archived | Cure Autism Now: Autism Screening & Diagnostic Evaluation: CAN Consensus Statement | Circa March 1998 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Screenshot of the newsletter front page. d_200707_canconsensusDownload Feature Article CNS Spectrums Journal March 1998 Published in the CNS Spectrums Journal Volume 3 -Number 3 • March 1998 Autism Screening and Diagnostic Evaluation: CAN Consensus Statement EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Discuss the usefulness of a simple screening tool for autism and pervasive developmental disorders.Identify appropriate neurodevelopmental evaluations in …

Archived | Cure Autism Now: Geonomics Initiative | Circa May 1, 2006 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Genomics Initiative Uncovering the genetic predispositions to autism is one of the quickest ways to reveal the biochemical pathways that are disrupted. This information will lead us to biomedical treatments. The issue is when. Cure Autism Now has lead the charge to understand the genetic susceptibility to autism by aggressive and focused grant making and …

Archived | Families For Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) Newsletter | Circa January 12, 2016 #NotAnAutisticAlly

    This and a follow-up workshop in April is the result of a year of planning and fund raising by Autism Health Insurance Project, Central Valley Regional Center, Exceptional Parents Unlimited, and FAmilies for Effective Autism Treatment-Fresno Madera Counties.  In the first workshop we will review the application process to get Autism Services through Medi-Cal. The second workshop will review …

Archived | Families For Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) Newsletter: Critics call state’s autism settlement a ‘sham’ | Circa July 20, 2011 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Once again the Department Heads and Public Officials Californians entrusted to protect our precious children have been busy in back rooms collaborating with and protecting the very entities we charged them with watching. Our Governor and his Department of Managed Health Care have turned a blind eye to the damage being done to our Children with Autism by …

Archived | Autism Genetic Resource Exchange: A Science Program Of Autism Speaks | Circa 2007 – 2011

AGRE for Families > (Note: Links go to way back archive for Autism Speak’s AGRE website.) AGRE for Families The Autism Genetic Resource Exchange (AGRE) is a research program for families who have two or more children on the autism spectrum. One of the biggest challenges for researchers is trying to recruit families and gather …

Archived | Autism Speaks Previews Fall 2007 Initiatives and Events | Circa September 10, 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Autism Speaks Previews Fall 2007 Initiatives and Events  Launch of Web-based Autism Video Glossary, YouTube and TiVo Channels and 100 Day Kit Among Highlights  NEW YORK, NY (September 10, 2007) -- Autism Speaks, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness of autism and funding autism research, today provided a preview of some of the many …

Archived | Registration Open for Day on the Hill 2010; Autism Society Conference Call for Papers Deadline Next Week! | Circa December `17, 2009 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Note: Links are original and most likely no longer work. NEWS Registration Open for Day on the Hill 2010 The political spectrum in the United States today directly impacts the autism spectrum, from educational policies to federal funding for key disability programs to Medicaid reform, meaningful insurance reform and other policy initiatives. To ensure that …