NEXT for AUTISM partners with The Fragrance Foundation & AARMY for fitness fundraiser event.
NEXT for AUTISM is hosting a disability employment panel on October 14, 2020. Panelists include representatives from Freddie Mac, Cintas, JP Morgan Chase & WhiteFox Defense.
NEXT for AUTISM CEO, Timothy Purnell, addresses two recent disturbing events involving people with ASD.
Cintas, a NEXT for AUTISM client, is named to the 2020 Disability Equality Index (DEI) “Best Places to Work.”
Soap opera stars Chloe Lanier and Brytni Sarpy team up for NEXTERCISE, a virtual 5K.
An update on the NEXT for AUTISM Relief Fund.
The AndersonCenter’s podcast, 1 in 54, hosted Patricia Wright, SVP of Program Development, and Brad Walker, VP of Community Living Supports to discuss NEXT for AUTISM’s programs and impact.
Good Day Sacramento highlights a panel and script reading presented The Balcony Theater Group and the UC Davis MIND Institute, featuring Patricia Wright, PhD.
Patricia Wright is featured in Ability Magazine discussing COVID-19 and our programs.
NEXT for AUTISM names Dr. Timothy Purnell as Chief Executive Officer.
Silver Linings: Potential Benefits of “the New Normal” for Individuals with ASD” by John Bryson, published in Autism Spectrum News.
NEXT for AUTSM board member Yie-Hsin Hung is highlighted is Barron’s Women in Finance.
Read about artist Rebecca Moses’ work for Fragrance Week which benefits NEXT for AUTISM.
Dr. Patricia Wright gives insight on the latest American Association of Pediatrics report on ASD.
The Today Show shines a spotlight on NEXT for AUTISM and our employment training program!
Read Trey Laird’s, marketing legend and Co-Founder of AARMY, interview in The Fragrance Foundation’s Accords about collaborating with NEXT fro AUTISM for Power Pedal.
Read Laura Slatkin’s, Co-Founder and Board Chair of NEXT for AUTISM, interview in The Fragrance Foundation’s Accords about NEXT’s greatest achievements and future plans.
This approach is what makes our newest program, NEXT for NEIGHBORS, unique. Learn about the Family Teaching Model from Patricia Wright, VP of Program Development and Brad Walker, VP, Community Living Supports.
KCBS San Francisco and the A2A Alliance interviewed the president of NEXT for AUTISM for these radio podcast. Listen Now!
Dr. Patricia Wright, VP of Program Development, talks with Bronx Net TV’s Daren Jaime about our work. #autismawareness
20-year-old Julia has turned her passion for baking into meaningful work. Proud of her and all young adults with autism who are finding their own way to adulthood.
An interview with Laura Slatkin, Board President & Co-founder, on what drives her in business and at NEXT for AUTISM. (Check out our shoutout 27 minutes into this podcast.)
NEXT for AUTISM VP, Program Development, presented to ABA practitioners on social justice and their practices.
A Transition Model that Works: Project SEARCH Autism Enhancement
We empowered people with autism to thrive at work, at home, and in our communities with new programs and services. READ OUR ANNUAL REVIEW HERE
Andrew Feldman, who’s been staging musical benefits for NEXT for AUTISM since age 12, is the next Evan Hansen
NEXT for AUTISM’s strategy for systems change.
NEXT for AUTISM’s, Ilene Lainer, is featured on Grit & Soul
A wonderful (and very funny) performance by Night of Too Many Stars OMAZE contest winner, Andy Ross, who co-hosted on CONAN
SWERVE Fitness features NEXT for AUTISM Power Pedal in blog
KTU Cares Interviews Ilene Lainer and Christine Lai, Board Member about NEXT for AUTISM
Project SEARCH Autism Enhancement in Seattle
An NYC Charter School mom speaks from the heart about the school’s impact
ADVICE program’s success at Quest Diagnostics
Michelle Smigel and Ilene Lainer to be honored with Advocacy Award for their leadership
A charter school models how the city can educate autistic children
Autistic Kids Becoming Adults: A Promising Look to the Future
Film and Discussion Explore Lives of Autistic Young Adults
Private Screening of How to Dance in Ohio, a film by Alexandra Shiva
New Charter School for Children with Autism Opens in the Bronx
New Collaboration to Help Employ Adults with Autism
Tribute to Suzanne Wright by Robert Smigel
AFAA Applauds 2016 Press Release
Celebrating the Mets and remembering the Amazin’ Tom Fersch, a great man and generous friend to the autism community
New York Mets
Jon Stewart’s Last Show Helped Raise $2.2 million for Autism
Caring for Adults with Autism
The Diane Rehm Show, NPR
Els for Autism Tees Off With Nationwide Pilot for Ernie Els #GameON Autism (TM) Golf
Els for Autism
Manhattan Charter School to Serve the Autistic
The New York Times
John Stewart Announces Plans for His Final ‘Daily Show’ Episode
New York Collaborates for Autism Kicks Off Autism Awareness Month With the #TwizzlerChallenge
The #TwizzlerChallenge This Year’s Ice Bucket
Paul Rudd, John Oliver, Louis C.K. Go All Out for Night of Too Many Stars Fundraiser
Neighborhood Network of New York Receives $1 Million Grant to Launch First of its Kind Community Living Services Program for Adults with Autism
Night of Too Many Stars Announces Its First Stars With Burr, CK, Oliver, Rudd and Schumer
Comedic All-Stars Unite for Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars
Comedy Central Press
National Funders Collaborate to Support Groundbreaking Work in Disability and Employment
Comedy Central Teams Up Again with Jon Stewart’s Busboy Productions and NYCA
Comedy Central Press
Autism Spectrum News “Autism in the Workplace”
Autism Spectrum News
Special Event on Autism at Jacob Burns Film Center
The Winter Ball for Autism
The New Brooklyn Nets
Funny or Die
Noah Remnick, a junior at Yale and son of NYCA board members Esther Fein and David Remnick, examines FAPE (free appropriate public education) for disabled students in this important op-ed.
The Yale Herald
State-of-Art Center opens in Upstate N.Y.
New Center for Autism and the Developing Brain in White Plains aims to be lifelong resource for patients and families
New York Daily News
Scent maker enjoys the sweet smell of success
Crains New York Business
Autism’s new venture capitalists
The devastating disorder is inexplicably on the rise, and some visionary familiars have joined forces to promote awareness-and to find answers.
Town and Country
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