Information You Should Know

This section is for information and breaking news that are relevant to the autism community. There will be articles, events, and more information that will be shared on this page.

Information You Should Know

Action Alert: Medicaid Day of Action

Make your voice heard! On Thursday, March 16, 2017, the Autism Society will join with advocates across the country for […]

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Seclusion and Restraint – One Mother’s Personal Story

This is a story from one of our Autism Allies that fortunately has a positive outcome, but not necessarily a […]

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Action Alert: Contact Senator Young

Efforts are taking place today – NOW – to repeal the accountability and state plan regulations under ESSA (Every Student […]

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Individuals with Autism in the Criminal Justice System

The first thing to understand when you consider the relationship between individuals diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and […]

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Why Do I Need a Label?

Labels on packages are a good thing. They help us know what’s inside the package or to whom it should […]

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Action Alert: Tell Congress Protect the Rights of Students with Disabilities

We need your help! The rights of students with autism and other disabilities are at serious risk. Last month, the […]

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Medicaid Waiver – Part 2: What Happens After You Receive the FS Waiver

In the first part of this two-part article (Medicaid Waiver – Part 1: What It Is and How You Acquire […]

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Important Information About Your MDwise – Manage Care Coverage

As of April 1, 2017, MDWise will no longer be offering the Hoosier Care Connect (HCC) plan to current or […]

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Fun Winter Activities

Depending on your approach, a very cold or snowy winter can be a time of great fun or a season […]

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Medicaid Waiver – Part 1: What It Is and How You Acquire It

The first and most important thing to understand when you begin the process of acquiring a Medicaid Waiver for your […]

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