We need all of the families and individuals touched by autism – whether as a parent, a self-advocate, a friend, a neighbor, or a service provider – to get involved in advocacy to create much-needed public policy changes.
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Learn how to advocate
Want a quick primer in how to make your voice heard by elected officials? Read our tips sheet.
Ready to go more in-depth with your activism? Our Advocacy 101 toolkit will guide you through writing, calling, or visiting with your legislators.
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For more information, contact:
Jennifer Mahan, Director of Advocacy and Public Policy