With a brand new look, The Autism Site offers the familiar "click to give" experience, where your clicks help fund therapy for children and families living with autism spectrum disorders. In addition, the new drop-down navigation menu provides quick and easy access to several more ways to help your favorite cause. With new navigation and a more intuitive interface, helping is always just a click away. You can:
Click. As always, your daily clicks provide access to valuable therapy for families. Last year alone, clicks helped fund thousands of hours of learning experiences that inluded play, speech and behavioral therapies. Additional grants helped advance research to better understand autism and to develop more effective treatments.
Subscribe. With the easy-to-use subscription form, you can sign up to receive a daily click reminder, news, special offers and more. Plus, for every first-time subscriber, The Autism Site will give extra funding for therapy.
Take Action. Sign a petition or a pledge to help your cause. Take Action campaigns offer a variety of ways to help, from dispelling the myths surrounding autism to pressuring insurers to provide adequate coverage for families. Stay informed and make your voice heard!
Share. The Autism Site also provides a space to connect those who have been touched by autism spectrum disorders, where they often share inspirational stories or simply support one another. More clicks means more therapy, so help spread the word.
Donate. Looking for ways to contribute directly to the cause? With the Gifts That Give More™ program, 100% of your donation passes through to our nonprofit charity partners, and GreaterGood covers the costs.
And don't forget you can shop at The Autism Site Store, where every item sold helps fund this valuable therapy. Grants go to help great charities, such as Lekotek, Autism Speaks and the National Autism Association. In 2012, purchases at the store funded an additional 2,186 hours of autism research and therapy.
Of course, there's always more to do at The Autism Site: Check out the Autism Blog for daily news or browse the family resources page for a curated list of helpful links covering everything from basic information to legal rights. For more on the site redesign, take the tour or just feel free to explore.
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