Pop.Earth hosted its "Cocktails for Autism" event on Tuesday, April 26 at Primo Piatto in Huntington.
Boys are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at about a 4-to-1 ratio to girls. While research supports a greater biological vulnerability to the disorder among boys, it’s also true that girls go underdiagnosed for multiple reasons.
April first doesn’t just mark a day of jokes, it kicks off the start of World Autism Month.
Life’s WORC, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides services for children with special needs and those on the autism spectrum, celebrated its 50th anniversary with a gala honoring its founder Victoria Schneps and Emmy award-winning journalist Geraldo Rivera at the Garden City Hotel on April 1.
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Oct. 2 turned out to be a beautiful day for a ride — Team Pop.Stars joined more than 400 cyclists whose goal was to raise funds and awareness for autism.
Life WORC’s Family Center for Autism has announced its new scholarship program for individuals with autism. The nonprofit organization’s mission is to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Specialized Autism Support & Information (SASI) held a ribbon cutting for its new office in Ronkonkoma on Saturday, March 20.
Calling all Long Islanders — join Life’s WORC, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and autism, in a virtual 5K from now through March 31.
Planning for a child with special needs goes beyond scheduling doctor’s appointments. There are many questions in trying to understand the legal challenges presented to parents.