Spreading Autism Awareness and Resources Around the World

CARD Virginia Team

In 2010, we participated in over 120 events – the most ever in one year for CARD! These events (walks, seminars, festivals, workshops, conferences, community forums) allowed us to be a part of something bigger, join forces with parents and other professionals, all while allowing us to help raise autism awareness, get connected, and thus…form a greater bond with the community.

CARD Los Angeles Team


It was a packed year, indeed! But one that we would gladly do again. In fact, we plan to do just that! We already have more than 30 scheduled events for 2011. And as we move into a new direction, we’re going to collectively stretch farther into the community and spread more autism awareness with a special message that recovery is possible.

CARD Chicago

We hope we will meet you at many of the events around the nation and across the globe. Here’s a list of events our autism experts will attend or host, as early as January 19th. Click here – http://www.centerforautism.com/autism_events and view the entire list of currently scheduled events.

At the end of January, CARD will attend the Florida Education Technology Conference (FETC), in Orlando. That’s where we will unveil Skills™, the one-of-a-kind, effective program for autism recovery.


Stay tuned to the CARD Blog for more details about Skills™ and this upcoming conference.

EXCITING things are happening, and we want you to be a part of them all. Stay tuned!

All the best,
Daphne Plump
CARD PR & Events Manager


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