Annual event raises nearly $2.6 million to support Aspire, a program that helps children, teens and adults with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder or a related social profile develop the skills to live full, independent lives.
Personal passion fuels the transformation of technologies into therapeutic tools for children with autism.
Funds raised support programs to help those with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder or a related social profile develop the skills to live full, independent lives.
The director of the Lurie Center for Autism discusses how it employs patience, persistence and philanthropy to help children and adults with autism spectrum disorder — and their families — lead fuller lives.
Children with autism spectrum disorder find a place to learn, grow and have fun in the new Simches Family Pavilion at the Aspire Summer Adventure Camp.
On-the-job skills are only one of the benefits the Aspire Adult Internship Program brings to young adults with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder.
The annual Aspire Spring Gala supports a program that equips those with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder with the knowledge and skills to lead more successful and fulfilling lives.
As the Matteini family has learned, Mass General’s Lurie Center for Autism provides care that stretches far beyond a diagnosis.
Bob Forlenza, father of a long-time patient at the Lurie Center for Autism, gives back through his Annual Full Court Charity Challenge.
With Ruderman Foundation support, Mass General has launched the Autism Care Collaborative, a groundbreaking effort to raise awareness about patients with autism and their needs.