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Articles tagged: Events

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

Apr 04, 2019

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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Early Detection Making a Difference

Aug 22, 2018

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

Jun 12, 2018

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

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Reflections on the Eagles Autism Challenge

May 21, 2018

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

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A Spectrum of Experiences

May 09, 2018

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

May 03, 2018

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

Apr 18, 2018

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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