The response to a special pilot class has been extremely high among Louisville families.
Get some exercise, have fun with your friends and family and help support autism services in the community. What's not to like?
UK and U of L coaches participate in the first annual NCAA Men's Basketball Autism Awareness day this weekend.
The lights are going to be up, the sound’s going to be lower and the folks seeing it will be mainly families with disabilities, such as autism or Down syndrome, who want to go see a movie but don’t want to have the problem of a child being loud or disruptive.”
All children, regardless of ability or exceptionality, can enjoy the Saturday movie experience, thanks to Sensory Sensitive Cinema.
How a mother of 3 Autistic children is using her story to inspire others and spread awareness.
It has wisely been said that if you've met one child with autism...you've met one child with autism. Join in and experience this for yourself at the always fun and family-friendly FEAT Run and Fun Walk to benefit autism this Saturday, September 22 at 8:30 a.m.
At The Weber Gallery, they believe in Breaking the Mold, and the countdown has begun.
UofL is offering autism workshops designed to help parents and educators.
Derby Week is marked by an impressive slate of extremely festive social events ranging from campouts like the Hillbilly Infield, to the most celebrated party of them all, the Barnstable Brown Gala.
The Rumble at the River, a Seafood Chowder Throwdown will pit some of Louisville's best chefs against one another to find the best chowder in the city. Proceeds from the event, which takes place March 21, will go toward an organization that runs a summer camp for autistic youth.
Andrew Wakefield's 13-year research that linked vaccinations to autism was found fraudulent this month. Will this end the vaccination debate?