Happy #AutismAwarenessDay!!! Power Your Life TV is honoring it by having our entire show dedicated to Autism tonight at 8 pm on WMCN 44.
Jacqueline Laurita of #RHONJ opens up about her wonderful autistic child.
Linda Keupper, Founder and CEO of Autism Cares Foundation shares what to tell the siblings of a special needs child.
Autism Cares Foundation is proud to announce our 6th Annual Race For Resources on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at 9 a.m. Join us for our annual 5k, 10k Run, 2-mile Family Walk and Autism Expo at The Tyler Park Center for The Arts. Read more
We hope you can come support Autism Cares Foundation by eating at Bob Evans in Mt. Laurel on Monday, August 17 anytime between 7am and 9pm! Bring this flyer with you and 15% of the proceeds will be donated to ACF! Thank you all for your continued support. Read more
A new and exciting fundraising program called ‘scrip’ is available at Autism Cares Foundation. Now you can raise money without buying unwanted items, without selling door-to-door, and with no extra cost to you. Supporting our foundation has never been easier! Read more
Congratulations to the 2015 Autism Cares Foundation Scholarship Award Recipients. We would like to thank all of the many amazing students who applied for the 2015 Autism Cares Foundation Scholarship Award! Thank you to all who participated, you are truly making a difference in the lives of those wit... Read more
Dream big and do everything you can to make those dreams come true. That’s the message some 250 children and their parents received from New York Giants’ offensive lineman Justin Pugh, several of his National Football League buddies, 35 volunteers and 35 coaches when Pugh came home last weekend ... Read more
Donations may be made by check to:
Autism Cares Foundation
P.O. Box 180
Richboro, PA 18954
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Autism Cares Foundation, Inc. is a registered nonprofit corporation in Pennsylvania and a 501c3 charity.
Responding to a growing need, a handful of new programs are teaching libraries how to accommodate kids with disabilities who may not adhere to the expected “behavior code.”)
ORLANDO, Fla. —... Read more