Grab a copy of "My Life with Gary" as featured in USA Today!
Our goal is to take away the negative stigma associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder providing acceptance and understanding to individuals with a diagnosis by providing literature to the next generation via the classroom setting resulting in more inclusive world.
In defining our mission and goals, we are looking forward to placing 2,020 books in elementary school classrooms including approximately 1,000 of these in Cumberland County in Pennsylvania. We will feverishly be working with organizations to expand our reach nationally and identifying additional sources of funding.
The popular event hosted takes place at The Rossmoyne Business Center in Mechanicsburg, PA and you are invited to attend.
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Young Luciano and his mom join Autism-Live for an interview about the Autism in Classrooms and how we can make things better for the next generation.
Eleven year old Luciano Magaro launches book with his mother on LIVE TV! A remarkable accomplishment for ANY child! Thank you ABC 27 for chatting with us!
Children on the spectrum have beautiful gifts and talents. God made them special for a reason and what they lack in some areas such as socialization or development delays is made up for in other areas. While viewed by society as obsessions we prefer to use the term gifts in describing the talents of an ASD child. Autistic children are beautiful and brilliant in their own way whether it is through a music or artistic talent or brilliance in sharing statistics on an interest. Autism in Classrooms is all about celebrating brilliance by providing literature in classrooms throughout the United States.
Breaking through the misconceptions of Autism Spectrum Disorder and celebrating the brilliance of the minds of individuals diagnosed with ASD is our mission. We do this by placing books to read in classrooms throughout the United States. You can help serve our mission by nominating a classroom to receive children's books and you may also donate to schools on our waiting list. Your partnership will help those with Asperger's Syndrome and/or Autism be embraced by a more tolerant society.
Based on a true story written by a likable boy and his mother about his daily interactions impacted by his aspergers this children's book designed for grades 3-5 is a much needed read for ALL CHILDREN that will have an introduction with autism by providing an understanding and overall awareness. It is also very helpful for teachers, coaches, and family members to understand a very misunderstood disorder.
There are plenty of organisations to donate to but it is important for us to demonstrate why we are different.
We have a unique opportunity to educate from the inside out of what autism looks like through the distribution of "My Life with Gary," a book written by a boy on the spectrum about what his world looks like.
We possess a strong passion to ditch the stigmas associated with ASD and celebrate the brilliance of these kiddos by focusing on their gifts vs. their deficits.
Our minimum donation is just $10 in which gets you a FREE copy of "My Life with Gary."
Are you able to do more?
All of our sponsorship packages are surrounded by brilliance!
We want to put this valuable tool in classrooms throughout the United States. Your support will help us do so!
Do you just want a book? No problem as we will get you a book with a donation of just $10.
Thanks for your support!
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We are currently in need of a lead that will be the bridge between our nonprofit and the classrooms receiving donations. This role will have experience working with school districts and organizations that support donations.
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