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Autism Radio™ is a Non Profit Organization that is committed to making a difference in the Autism Community. Our Mission is to improve the lives of the individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their friends and families, who struggle to understand, treat, care for, and get the help necessary for their loved ones.


Show#229 Social Media Is a Great Tool but Also Could Be Not Such a Great Thing For Many on ASD Spectrum At Times With Online Bullying That Occurs.

Monday night at 8pm, be sure to tune in for our newest episode of Hope Saves the Day on Autism Radio Tonight's Show is with Host Paul Cimins Discusses About Working With Police and People With ASD also he talk about how sometimes Social Media can not also be a such a Great Thing for People on The ASD Spectrum with Online Bullying Issues

Q&A with Lynne Glucoft Our Social Media Guru Question of The Week .How Well Children with ASD Sleep at Night!!!!


Show#228 Things You Can Do To Help Parents Burnout of Rasing a Child with Autism

Monday night at 8pm, be sure to tune in for our newest episode of Hope Saves the Day on Autism Radio Tonight's Show is with Host Paul Cimins talks about some Tips to help parents not burnout while raising a child with Autism.Hot Face book Topics of the Week we shared with our listeners with Lynne Glucoft about What Kind of Camp you send your child with ASD to and also a Huge Topic about getting ready for the Transition of getting our kids ready to going back to school after a long break.


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Show#227 Bill Sent To Obama By Menendez, Smith Autism Bill!


Monday night at 8pm, be sure to tune in for our newest episode of Hope Saves the Day on Autism Radio Tonight's Show is with Host Paul Cimins talk about a bill to fund autism research and help young autistic people as they move into adulthood has cleared both chambers of Congress with backing from New Jersey’s U.S. Rep. Chris Smith and Sen. Robert Menendez.

The bill passed the Senate by unanimous consent late Thursday after clearing the House by a voice vote in late June. In parts of New Jersey, 1 in 45 children have been identified with autism, most among areas studied in 11 states, according to a March report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The overall rate among 8-year-olds living in the communities studied was 1 in 68.

“By passing this legislation, Congress assures individuals with autism and their families that they will not be left behind, and that we are working to assist and empower them,” Smith, a Republican, said in a news release.

Smith sponsored the bill, which incorporated language Menendez proposed in the Senate, according to Menendez’s office.

The bill “ensures these vital autism programs are reauthorized and continue providing research, services and supports individuals with autism and their families have come to rely on,” Menendez, a Democrat, said in a news release.

The bill now goes to President Obama for his signature.

It would authorize $1.3 billion of federal funding over five years for autism research. It also directs federal agencies to develop plans for autistic children who “age out” school-based support programs and move toward adulthood.

Smith said 50,000 young people with autism enter adulthood every year and join “communities that are unprepared to meet their support needs.


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Show#226 Talking About Disney Films Can Help Children with Autism

Monday night at 8pm, be sure to tune in for our newest episode of Hope Saves the Day on Autism Radio Tonight's Show is with Host Paul Cimins talks about how Disney Films can Help Children With Autism.

Disney’s effect on children isn’t that hard to miss.

Some will remember Owen Suskind, the young boy with autism who learned to speak and interact after watching Disney movies. His history with Disney, which was chronicled in a piece by his father for The New York Times, started when he heard characters speak in the movies. His father then took on the identity of the characters and spoke to Owen in their voices.

Owen talked back, something he hadn’t done in years, The Times reported.

“I’m an evil parrot talking to a Disney villain, and he’s talking back,” Ron wrote. “Then, I hear a laugh, a joyful little laugh that I have not heard in many years.”

Owen is just one example of how Disney has helped those with autism. With 1 in 50 children being diagnosed with autism, according to the CDC, and Disney movies being widely popular among kids, in what ways can those with autistic characteristics benefit from Disney, its characters and its entire brand.

Question of the week: As August approaches - many families are planning vacations. At autism radio - we would like to know what are the best family vacations that you would recommend to a family who has a child on the spectrum? What are the challenges? Do you bring your autistic child/ren along or do you leave them at home and just take your neurotypical child (if you have any)? This topic has come up a lot on f/b and I'd really like to discuss it on our show. Please call us TOLL FREE AT 1-877-HOPE-777 or write to us at questions@autismradio.org. Check Out Paul Cimins Interview with Margalit Francus about Traveling with his family.




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