Today, more people are hearing this word than at any point in human history.
But if you ask the world, “What is autism?” the responses vary.
To some, this word conjures up thoughts of people with superhuman abilities to organize and remember facts. To others, it is a strange disorder that makes it hard for some people to socially interact.
And for many, “autism” is the reason why they struggle for employment, why they are denied an education, why they are excluded from society’s definition of “normal”.
Since it was first formally recognized in the 1940’s, our society has made impressive steps to improve the lives of those on the autism spectrum. Autism awareness increases daily and doctors are getting to know the signs better all the time.
But, where do we go from here? How do we take the next step towards global awareness, inclusion, and acceptance?
What the world needs is CARE:
Connections with the most experienced autism experts in the world
Accurate and immediate autism news and research updates
Revolutionary training videos for parents and caregivers
Education on autism that’s free and easy to access
Shema Kolainu’s Autism Webinar portal, iCareTV, provides what our global community truly needs to make the next step towards improving the lives of those with autism.
If life is a movie, iCareTV allows the global community to look at it through a new lens.
With iCareTV, the world can watch in-depth workshops and webinars from leading professionals in the field, including Anat Baniel, Ari Ne’Eman, and Stephen Shore.
At the heart of this initiative is a common mission to provide greater awareness of new autism information and research findings. To provide a trustworthy, alternative autism news network. And, to provide a solid community of support for a world that deserves to understand autism better.
Making a real impact today is easier than you think. In this big world we live in, we are connected by a common hope that future generations are able to lead better lives. Make that hope a reality!
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