1 in 68 children have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) which occurs in all racial, ethnic and socio-economic groups and more children than ever before are being diagnosed with ASD. Early intervention for children diagnosed with ASD has statistically shown that they have a higher chance of living a successful life without the complications of ASD. Support us in helping children with ASD reach for the stars.
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Research shows that early intervention treatment services can greatly improve a childs development, benefitting the 1 in 68 children who have been diagnosed with Autism. These services help children from birth to 3 years old learn important skills and cost the American public $236-$262 billions dollars annually. The cost of lifelong care can be reduced by 2/3 with early diagnosis and intervention. Early intervention (before school age) can have a significant impact on c childs ability to learn new skills as well as reduce the need for costly interventions over time.
1% of the world population has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Almost half (46%) of children identified with ASD have average
to above average intellectual ability
Research has shown that diagnosis of Autism at age 2 can be
reliable, valid and stable
It costs at least $17,000.00 more per year to care for a child with
ASD compared to a child without ASD
OUR MESSAGE IS SIMPLE: EARLY DIAGNOSIS MAKES CENTS
Donate today by following the link above, calling us TOLL-FREE at 888.222.2222 or by filling out the donation form and mailing or hand-delivering it to:
Champions for Autism
378 West Industrial Drive
Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062
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Join our organization in diagnosing Autism in children early by helping us thorugh our various campaigns, projects and programs to help children with Autism reach for the stars.
Do you have a child with Autism? Do you have Autism? We want to hear your story and what we can do to make the lives of children diagnosed with Autism better.