Become an Autism Superhero.

Preliminary research has found a delay in autism diagnosis for minority children. On average, the developmental disability is diagnosed by the time a child is four years old, but autism expert David Mandell at the University of Pennsylvania says minority children are being diagnosed as much as a year and a half later than white children.

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Gabriel's Family

Our Family’s Story

When our son, Gabriel, was diagnosed with autism, we became active in the autism community. When we heard an alarming statistic about diagnosis, we were inspired to do more.

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Learn The Signs

Do you know the signs of autism? If not, learn them now because early diagnosis and intervention are so important.

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Get Involved

Here’s the great thing about the autism  community: There is always room for one more—because we know every individual makes a difference. Get involved today.

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We Can Be Your Resource and Advocate.

We are happy to share our story—and our resources— with you to help to raise awareness and inspire action in your own community.

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