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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: AUTISM SOCIETY of Texas Suzanne Potts 512-479-4199 Suzanne@texasautismsociety.org Autism […]
After 7 years in development at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, the team at Neuromotion Labs is excited to introduce Mighteor – a Bioresponsive Gaming platform using the power of video games to help kids 6-14 having a tough time with self-regulation and controlling their emotions. In clinical trials, Mighteor […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: AUTISM SOCIETY of Texas Suzanne Potts 512-479-4199 Suzanne@texasautismsociety.org Funding awarded to adults with autism through the Hunter Hinze Adult Transition Grants Austin, TX May 3, 2017, the Autism Society of Texas was pleased to award four (4) young adults with autism with […]
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The Autism Society of Texas will be hosting our first ever twitter chat April 26th, 2017 at 11:00AM. #autismchatstx Please read below for instructions, the official Twitter chat questions, and suggested readings. What is a Twitter Chat? A Twitter Chat is an informal reverse Q&A on Twitter. The ‘host’ of […]
Check out our Executive Director on I Heart Radio with our board member, Heather White from 98.1 KVET Morning Show. This is just one of the ways we’ll be working to raise awareness and acceptance about autism during the month of April. This show will run Sunday, April 2, and 7:00 AM on KASE […]
Autism Awareness Month is on the horizon! Are you looking to spread awareness and acceptance during National Autism Awareness Month? Here are some fun ways to get involved and help celebrate throughout the month of April! Here is a short list of 30+ things to do for autism in 30 […]
WHO: The 2017 “Give Me a Place to Stand” Autism Society of Texas Photo and Video Contest is open to all photographers and videographers who are affected by autism, including children, adults, family members and caretakers. WHAT: We are looking for original, striking images and videos of the impact of the […]