Archived | Autism Speaks: New Community Grants Announced | Circa January 20, 2012 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Note: Links are original and probably don’t work anymore. e-Speaks January 20, 2012  A hiker from 2008 Community Grant Recipient Splore's Rock On! program$1.1 Million in Family Services Community Grants Awarded Autism Speaks is thrilled to announce the 2011 Family Services Community Grants Recipients. Over $1.1 million was awarded to 27 organizations in the United States …

Archived | e-Speaks: Toys”R”Us Expands Support of Autism Speaks; 2008 “Top Ten” Events in Autism Research | Circa February 6, 2009 #NotAnAutisticAlly

e-Speaks || February 6, 2009Toys“R”Us, Inc. Expands Support of Autism SpeaksToys“R”Us, Inc. and the Toys“R”Us Children's Fund have increased their support of Autism Speaks. This year, more than 260 Babies“R”Us locations nationwide will join Toys“R”Us stores in a nine-week in-store fundraising campaign to coincide with Autism Awareness Month in April. To kick off the 2009 …

‘I Am Autism’ Advocacy Video Sparks Controversy – TIME | Circa November 6, 2009

By Claudia Wallis Friday, Nov. 06, 2009 Few medical conditions rival autism as a magnet for controversy. Practically everything about the disorder — its cause, its treatment, the way it is diagnosed, how it is studied — is subject to bitter dispute, sometimes to the point of death threats. The most impassioned disagreements are propelled by desperate …

Talk:Autism Speaks/Controversy links – Wikipedia

Talk:Autism Speaks/Controversy links From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia < Talk:Autism Speaks Jump to navigationJump to search This is a collection of links discussing various controversies involving Autism Speaks. While most of them are not WP:RS in themselves, they may be useful to identify topics to discuss, and/or point to RS's that can be included in the article. Further …

Archive | e-Speaks: Toys”R”Us Expands Support of Autism Speaks; 2008 “Top Ten” Events in Autism Research | Circa Feb 6, 2009

e-Speaks || February 6, 2009 Toys“R”Us, Inc. Expands Support of Autism Speaks Toys“R”Us, Inc. and the Toys“R”Us Children's Fund have increased their support of Autism Speaks. This year, more than 260 Babies“R”Us locations nationwide will join Toys“R”Us stores in a nine-week in-store fundraising campaign to coincide with Autism Awareness Month in April. To kick off the 2009 partnership, …