Autism Speaks Inc
Rating: 1 stars 2 2 reviews 186
1 East 33rd Street 4th Floor New York NY 10016 USA
Advancing futures for adults with autism (afaa) is a national consortium of organizations working together, led by the vision of individuals with autism and their families, to promote a collaborative spirit and develop both public and private sector support that improve the lives of adults living with autism. Afaa aims to: (1) create and drive public policy change that will support adults with autism to become fully participating members of their communities. (2) lead a national dialogue to increase awareness of the challenges and opportunities for adults with autism to lead full and meaningful lives. (3) be a portal of information on research, programs and services for adults with autism and their families. (4) act as a catalyst in developing strategies and coordinating efforts to improve the quality of services and supports for adults with autism and their families.
Be a portal of information on research, programs and services for adults with autism and their families.
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Autism Speaks does nothing but hurt autistic people. They fail to listen to actually autistic people about wants and needs and use money they raise to pay the executives ridiculous amounts of money.
Autism Speaks does nothing to help anyone with autism, except they are filling their own pockets.
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My battle has been long, and overwhelming at times. I thought I was the only one. Lonely and depressed, I searched the web for... more »
This site probably saved my life and my sanity. What a powerful nonprofit I completely depend and am devoted to. more »
The Autism Science Foundation offered me an undergraduate summer research grant, with which I was able to conduct autism-related... more »
This organization is truly amazing. Their staff and volunteers are wholeheartedly dedicated to making a difference world wide.... more »
I am 23 born a male always wanted to be a female and it kills me that i have male bodyparts .i feel very incomplete and wierd... more »