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  • Get Your Autism Guide from Autism Speaks

    Get Your Autism Guide from Autism Speaks

    By admin in Autism

    Autism Speaks will help you access relevant autism content, specific to your age, location and level of need.

    Access personalized content and information: Find resources specific to individual age, and support needs. See proactive information to help in planning for future activities. Look for virtual events or events in your community. See listings of service providers in your area. Get Your Guide



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  • Autism Speaks Walk 2022

    Autism Speaks Walk 2022

    By admin

    The 2022 Autism Speaks Walk will be better than ever, with engaging and meaningful activities that bring the important work of Autism Speaks to life. Your participation in Walk provides important programs and services, advocacy, and research for the autism community. With your support, all people with autism – across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan – will reach their full potential!

    We look forward to seeing you at one of our 2022 New England Walks – and any of our other events throughout…

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  • Somerville Cambridge Elder Services

    Somerville Cambridge Elder Services

    By admin in Elder Law

    Since 1972, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) has been the area’s aging information and service center.  SCES helps older people and people living with disabilities remain safe and independent in their own homes by providing a wide range of supportive services, as well as information and advice.

    Join the Somerville Cambridge Elder Services Advocacy Network and help to let your elected officials know how important programs for the elderly, disabled, and caregivers are.  …

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  • World Autism Awareness Month 2019

    World Autism Awareness Month 2019

    By admin in Autism, Long Term Care

    Every April, Autism Speaks kicks off World Autism Month beginning with UN-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day on April 2.

    Joined by the international community, hundreds of thousands of landmarks, buildings, homes and communities around the world, light blue in recognition of people living with autism. Autism-friendly events and educational activities take place all month to increase understanding and acceptance and foster worldwide support.

    For more information click

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