The Autism Program of Illinois announces new partnership to protect Illinois families

The Autism Program of Illinois (TAP) today marked Autism Awareness Month and its tenth anniversary by announcing a new collaboration to help make Illinois’ highways safer for those with autism spectrum disorders and other cognitive and physical differences. At a state Capitol news conference, TAP officials announced a partnership with the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) to make materials for that agency’s Yellow Dot program available at TAP centers across Illinois. Launched in 2011 by IDOT in cooperation with the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Illinois Department on Aging, the Yellow Dot program helps first responders (police, fire
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Announcing the opening of RCADD South

We are pleased to announce the opening of the Resource Center for Autism & Developmental Delays - South Location. Be sure to visit our center with an extensive lending library of resources including books, software, games, home teaching kits and visual supports is available to parents, caregivers, teachers, and others seeking resources for young children with autism spectrum disorders or other developmental delays.
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Celebrate Autism 2013 – Easter Seals

On behalf of Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago, I invite you to participate in a very special program called “Celebrate Autism!” This is an opportunity for you to share an inspirational story with dozens of parents, teachers, therapists, family members, professionals, and individuals who have been touched by autism. We will feature your story along with dozens of others on a special “Celebrate Autism” webpage filled with stories and insights which will appear in April on Easter Seals Web site (www.eastersealsandautism.com). You can share your own personal experience or talk about someone you know who is living with autism. You don’t
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