Interactive Autism Network: Giving Researchers An Inside Look

We all can admit that after our child is diagnosed with autism, a number of questions run through our head and we can’t help but become worried about what will happen with our children next. With every child that is diagnosed with autism, none of them are ever the same, so there is no real game plan, or agenda to follow. But we all need to remember we’re not alone.

IAN, the Interactive Autism Network, is an online community for parents to share their thoughts, answer questions, and give input about their children to help researchers get a better understanding of what children with autism need. Join in and help raise awareness for better resources for our children!

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The Autism Site is a place where people can come together to support people who are affected by autism spectrum disorder. In addition to sharing inspiring stories, shopping for the cause, and signing petitions, visitors can take just a moment each day to click on the red button to provide therapy for children and families living with autism spectrum disorders. Visit The Autism Site and click today - it's free!