Completing the Puzzle, Piece by Piece
ICare4Autism serves as the lead global non-profit organization dedicated to improving the life of children and adults who live with autism. Founded in 2004 by Dr. Joshua Weinstein, ICare4Autism has established itself as the catalyst that drives collaborations among similar international institutions to discover the etiology of autism, search for biologic and environmental causes, and ultimately work toward better methods of detection and treatment.
We connect the most elite autism researchers through renowned conferences and workshops to discuss complex-scientific issues and find innovative treatment services. Our combination of expertise also designs educational practices to best serve people who are affected by autism spectrum disorders. Among the most vulnerable population, autistic children benefit from specialty care and outstanding teaching programs delivered at ICare4Autism’s school for autistic children in New York City. Teachers from around the world train at our model center for professional enrichment and certifications. On a worldwide scale, ICare4Autism has initiated and developed local programs in Africa, Armenia and Pakistan.
We aim to raise awareness through those distinguished partnerships. Our global advocacy efforts play an integral role in our mission. You can play a key role too and make a difference in the world around you. Help us spread the word and get further involved!
Our Founder’s message
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