Autism Radio™ is a Non Profit 501(c)(3) Organization that is committed to making a difference in the Autism Community. Our Mission is to improve the lives of the individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their friends and families, who struggle to understand, treat, care for, and get the help necessary for their loved ones.
Please join us tonight at 8:00 PM EST where your Host Paul Cimins sits down with Co-Founder Susan Kolb who talks about their wonderful program "Life with Joy".
Which is Giving young adults with Autism the right to dream, find happiness and live as independently as possible in a safe, educational, and nurturing environment
Acquiring New Skills and Responsibilities
Building Strength and Character through Sports
Participating with friends in Group
2016 "Hope Saves the Day" Award Recipients: Aimee LaSala and Colleen O’Dea.
Powerful video shows what it's like to live with autism.
Recent Letter to Autism Radio.
Thank you so much for the great opportunity you have provided for my daughter. She was diagnosed with autism at age three and since I have been looking for as much information and resources as I can to help my little girl. In order to do so I had to stop working and sometimes the cost of therapies are too high for us to afford. I had researched equine therapy and read testimonials of people that had benefited from it and always wanted to try it. Unfortunately, the prices were not something we could afford. Thanks to you, today that dream has become a reality and words cannot express how grateful we are. She has already done 3 sessions and she is doing amazing. Her father and I were so emotional during her very first lesson, when she yelled, "Hey!!! look at me!!". This was the first time we ever heard her ask for attention, although we always give it to her, she asked and we were laughing and crying at the same time.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!! Fanny O.
MyID Partnership with Autism Radio - Bracelets Helping People with Autism.
MyID is pleased to partner with Autism Radio in an effort to make a difference in the Autism Community.
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Autism Radio Partners with SnapLaces.
SnapLaces is happy to share the beginning of our partnership with nationally syndicated Autism Radio™ , home of the Hope Saves the Day® podcast. This collaboration is designed to directly benefit families impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorders by sharing a portion of all purchases made from the campaign with Autism Radio™.
After purchasing SnapLaces for his son, Paul Cimins, founder of Autism Radio and the Hope Saves the Day podcast shared that, “SnapLaces have been a huge discovery for my family.” SnapLaces make it easy for kids to “tie” their own shoes without all the frustration of traditional laces and eliminates the need to find Velcro shoes.
SnapLaces is proud to become a supporter of Autism Radio™ and the Hope Saves the Day® Podcast.
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Watch the SnapLaces "how-to" video here.
Passion runs deep for Autism Radio founder Paul Cimins.
BY MIKE LAMBERTI, CORRESPONDENT,
Like many throughout the country, who are working hard to bring the struggles of autism to the forefront, Wayne native Paul Cimins is also striving to help those afflicted.
For Cimins, his passion runs deep, as his young son, Jonathan, is autistic.
Nearly nine years ago, Cimins founded Autism Radio, a non-profit organization committed to making a difference in the autism community. Its mission is to improve the lives of the individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, and their friends and families, who struggle to understand, treat, care for, and get the help necessary for their loved ones.
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