Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. They do this through advocacy and support; increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.
Through partnerships and collaboration, they are committed to:
Next 10 Vision
Autism Speaks was founded in February 2005 by Bob and Suzanne Wright, grandparents of a child with autism. Recognizing the need for a powerful voice Bernie Marcus donated $25 million to help financially launch the organization.
Building upon the legacy of three leading autism organizations, Autism Coalition for Research and Education (ACRE), the National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR) and Cure Autism Now (CAN), who merged with the organization, Autism Speaks has made extraordinary advancements in the autism community.
Chief among these are increased global awareness of autism, better understanding of the breadth of the autism spectrum, and advocacy to increase research and access to care and support.
Today, Autism Speaks is dedicated to advancing research into causes and better treatments for autism spectrum disorders and related conditions both through direct funding and collaboration.
To accomplish this, Autism Speaks will relentlessly pursue strategies that make significant progress toward the following outcomes over the next 10 years:
These goals can only be achieved through work in communities nationwide, at the federal level and globally by working with partners, governments and other organizations.
It will require an inclusive approach that values diversity and individual needs. We will work in partnership with those who share our goals, ambitions, and values.
It is clear that the mission of Autism Speaks will require the organization to grow in new ways and build capacity to be a sustaining organization to accelerate progress in science and support people with autism and their families over a lifetime.
This will require investment in people, infrastructure and process in order to operate as a best in class non-profit organization.
1060 State Road, 2nd Floor
Princeton, 08540, NJ
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|Tipo de organización||Sin fines de lucro (501c3)|
|Categorías||Advocacy, Disability Specific, Emotional Support, Other|
|¿Se ofrecen servicios en Español?||yes|
|¿Tienen boletín informativo?||No|
|¿Cuidado de niños disponible?||No|
|Rango de edad||Todas las edades , De recién nacido a 3 años , De 3 a 5 , De 12 a 14 , De 15 a 21|
|Categorías de discapacidad||Mental Health Disorder|
|¿Esta organización incluye todas las discapacidades?||No|
|Esta organización incluye estos diagnósticos específicos||Trastorno del espectro autista (Trastorno generalizado del desarrollo)|
|¿Es este un servicio estatal?||yes|
|Nombre de la persona de contacto|
|Correo electrónico||[email protected]|
|Número de teléfono||646-385-8500|