Founder’s Message

Hello,

Thank you for visiting this website. We are here for every individual in the autism community as the number of children diagnosed with autism is growing by epidemic proportions. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimate that there are one in 68 children are living with autism in the United States of America. The International Center for Autism Research and Education, Inc. (ICare4Autism) has a strong sense of hope for children and families. We are involved in research projects, autism awareness, conferences for top researchers and educators, and programs for parents and caregivers as well as teacher training in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

Our goal is to become the catalyst that drives collaborations among similar institutions globally to discover the etiology of autism, search for biologic and environmental causes, and ultimately, work toward better methods of detection and treatment.

Joshua Weinstein, Ph.D., M.B.A.
Founder and President

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