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Walk now for Autism

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Do you have a local Objectivist club in your area  

14 members have voted

  1. 1.

    • yes - I attend
    • yes - I don't usually go
    • yes - but it's only for the college students
    • no - but I'd love to find or start a group
    • no - and I wouldn't be interested anyway

Join me and the family in our efforts to support Walk Now for Autism!

Once again, we are participating in Walk Now for Autism to help find a cure for autism. As you may know, my son Sean has a form of autism called PDD-NOS. This stands for Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified. Sean is a very sweet boy who enjoys Star Wars, Lego video games and Tae Kwon Do. He started high school this year and is involved with the Best Buddies program at his school. Thankfully, he is high functioning, although he still requires special ed and many services and therapies in school and out.

Autism is the second most common developmental disorder in the United States affecting one in every 150 children born today. Despite some promising discoveries, the cause of autism is unknown and a cure does not exist. Research is crucial. Every 20 minutes another child is diagnosed with autism. Not only must we find ways to improve the quality of life for children and adults with autism, but we also must find a cure, and soon.

By participating in this event, our hope is that we will soon hear “Your child no longer has autism."

Thanks so much for your support. Here is a big honking link to my page at Walk Now for Autism.

Kat's walk page

Good luck!


(p.s. if you are in the Chicago area and would like to participate in the Bears ticket raffle, let me know.)

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