Last April, for autism awareness month, we encouraged individuals to share the heroes in their lives. The response was overwhelming! We received hundreds of photos from around the world. We loved reading and sharing these stories so we will be leaving the submission portal open. Let’s continue to recognize your heroes!
Send us your Autism Hero and we will feature them online!
This could be the story of your loved ones with ASD and their persistence, hard work, successes, and achievements. Your hero could also be a family member, friend, educator or health professional who supports you all year long.
ARI’s Global Networks
ARI and Autism Research The Autism Research Institute (ARI) was established in 1967 and is the oldest autism research organization in the world. Its founder, Dr. Bernard Rimland, was a pioneering researcher
Autism Research: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
Isaac Newton once said, “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” In the same way, our achievements in the field of autism today stem from
Autism Research: Nothing About Me Without Me
Dr. Wenn Lawson discusses “nothing about us without us” and capacity building to enable the benefits of participatory research co-production. He differentiates traditional, participatory, and co-production research methodologies and recounts his experiences in