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AutismCares Helping Families Affected By Tennessee Floods

Nashville, Tennessee has just experienced the worst flooding in the city’s history. Many families have lost everything, including their homes, cars and clothes. Water rescues continue and many households are without power. Households which have a family member who has autism are particularly affected.

Please contact:
Kathy L. Streng
Director, Regionally Supported Walks, Southeast

AutismCares helps families affected by autism to cover costs associated with critical living expenses such as: housing, utilities, car repair, daycare, funeral expenses, and other essential items on a case-by-case basis. The program relies on donations to assist these families who are in need.

Please make a donation today to help families that have members with autism who are struggling in Tennessee.

  1. sterling237
    May 5, 2010 at 11:05 am

    my cousin gage has autism and when he was little it was hard to do any thing with him so my aunt just stayed at home and as he got older he became better and now hes so smart that on the kindergarden class they have to take a test to see if u pass kinder and the highest u can get is an 91 and he scored a perfect 91 % i just wanted to say that if ur son or family member of ur family that has autism its not that bad but they r very smart .

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