Autism Parenting Magazine becomes champion sponsors of American Autism Association

Two of the biggest forces in the autistic world who are committed to helping families at a grass-roots level have joined forces via a sponsorship programme that seeks to provide a full-service level of support to autistic families and individuals.

APM becomes AAA sponsor

Autism Parenting Magazine is pleased to announce our newest partnership with the American Autism Association.

The American Autism Association is a not for profit organization dedicated to supporting families with autistic children, and increasing awareness of the varied difficulties individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder face. Their mission is to help families through their journey as they raise a child with autism. Their organization offers information, support for families, and free of cost recreational programs or workshops for families.  In addition, their goal is not only to raise autism awareness, but to spread autism acceptance.

Eliane Abou-Assi, Executive Director of the American Autism Association said of the the partnership:

“It is so exciting for the American Autism Association to partner with an organization that is as equally committed to helping autistic families and individuals around the world. Time after time, we find a lack of accessible quality information for those in the autism community, however, Autism Parenting Magazine breaks down those boundaries by providing dedicated resources and solutions for individuals and families impacted by autism. They were a clear choice of partner for us, and we’re proud to be associated with them. Together, we hope to reach more families and individuals inside and outside of the autism community by educating, integrating, and advocating!”

Kind regards

Autism Parenting Magazine

Amy KD Tobik

Amy KD Tobik, Editor-in-Chief of Autism Parenting Magazine, has more than 30 years of experience as a published writer and editor. A graduate of Sweet Briar College in Virginia, Amy’s background includes magazine, newspaper, and book publishing. As a special needs advocate and editor, she coordinates with more than 300 doctors, autism specialists, and researchers to ensure people diagnosed with autism receive the services and supports they need for life. She has two adult children and lives in the Carolinas with her husband.

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