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ICare4Autism Honors The First Lady of Panama

ICare4Autism Honors The First Lady of Panama ICare4Autism Honors The First Lady of Panama

Art Therapy Brings Color and Art to Autism Treatment

Art Therapy Brings Color and Art to Autism Treatment Art Therapy Brings Color and Art to Autism Treatment

First Lady of Panama Spreads ICare4Autism's Mission Abroad

First Lady of Panama Spreads ICare4Autism's Mission Abroad First Lady of Panama Spreads ICare4Autism's Mission Abroad

2014 ICare4Autism Conference

2014 ICare4Autism Conference 2014 ICare4Autism Conference

Dr. Greg Hanley BCBA Workshop at ICare4Autism Conference 2014

Dr. Greg Hanley BCBA Workshop at ICare4Autism Conference 2014 Dr. Greg Hanley BCBA Workshop at ICare4Autism Conference 2014

Neurodiversity Presentation at ICare4Autism 2014 Conference

Neurodiversity Presentation at ICare4Autism 2014 Conference Neurodiversity Presentation at ICare4Autism 2014 Conference

Autism is Not a Tragedy: There is Hope

Autism is Not a Tragedy: There is Hope Autism is Not a Tragedy: There is Hope

“Our mission is to catalyze the breakthrough innovations needed to tackle global autism.”

– Dr. Joshua Weinstein, Founder & CEO

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ICare4Autism’s Global Autism Workforce Initiatives

Randy Lewis, Keynote Speaker at ICare4Autism's Conference, discussed the importance of implementing programs that integrate autistic individuals into workplaces. For more information about

ICare4Autism's Global Autism Workforce Initatives, please click here »

Spotlight on Hakon Hakonarson, MD, PhD

Dr. Hakon Hakonarson, MD, PhD is one of the world’s leading autism researchers and director of the Center for Applied Genomics, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. We are proud and honored for his service on the ICare4Autism advisory committee and truly grateful for his regular speaking engagements at our conferences and events.

Dr. Eric Hollander, please click here »

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2014 Conference Poster Presentation Winner!

Maura Sullivan Buckley, MPA at the University of Massachusetts Medical School presented the winning poster at the 2014 ICare4Autism International Autism Conference on:

Learning ABA!: The effects of online paraprofessional training program on knowledge and skill acquisition of naïve learners

Read about her presentation here »

ICare4Autism’s African Autism Awareness and Intervention Initiative Is Gearing Up to Launch Program in Ghana

ICare4Autism continues to work to raise autism awareness in the West African nation of Ghana. On her recent visit to Shema Kolainu-Hear Our Voices School and Center for Children with Autism, Ms. Ofori-Atta explained the unique obstacles facing autism awareness and treatment in Ghana. Read more about our Africa Austism Awareness and Intervention Initiative »

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