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Articles tagged: Events

Screenshot of Fathers Group Live Event

Fathers Support Group Live

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Early Detection Making a Difference

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After her daughter's early autism diagnosis through a study at the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute, Amanda Crouse says autism awareness has become her life.

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Reflections on Autism Research from the Netherlands

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Autism Institute Staffer Elizabeth Kauffman reflects on the visionary science presented at the 2018 INSAR meeting.

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Drexel students at EAC

Reflections on the Eagles Autism Challenge

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The first Eagles Autism Challenge was a success, raising $2.4 million and counting.

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PAP art show

A Spectrum of Experiences

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The Philadelphia Autism Project's first ever art show included over 80 works of art on display at City Hall during Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.

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Boosting your fundraising game

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With the Eagles Autism Challenge less than three weeks away, our philanthropy expert Meredith Bloom offers practical tips on how to boost your fundraising game.

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A First 5K to Fund Autism Research

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Dr. Jennifer Plumb's race to the finish line in the Eagle's Autism Challenge on May 19 is also an exercise in making Philadelphia a true hub of autism research.

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Burke and sons

The Impact of Autism Services and Treatment in the Landmark Case Burke v. IBC

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John Burke and his wife spent eight years in a legal battle to ensure that their son with autism received appropriate services in school. They paved the way for insurance coverage for autism services in Pennsylvania.

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