Film camp showcases the talents of autistic young adults in Oklahoma A camp hosted by Autism Oklahoma is helping young artists learn how to create […]
OF CHARACTER – MAKING A POSITIVE OUT OF A NEGATIVE by Heather Warlick Featuring Melinda Lauffenburger, founder and Executive Director of AutismOklahoma THIS ARTICLE WAS […]
The Big Swanky Art Show returns to Rainbow Fleet, 3024 Paseo, as part of the First Friday Gallery Walk on Friday, August 7th. The Big Swanky Art Show […]
AutismOklahoma announces that it is among a select group of regional artists and presenters to receive a Mid-America Arts Alliance Artistic Innovations grant (M-AAA). This […]
The artwork of teens and young adults with autism is being featured at the Edmond Fine Arts Institute, 27 E Edwards St, in Edmond during […]
My family has “lived with autism” for the past 22 years. Over the years, my husband and I have become skilled experts at asking people […]
On Thursday, October 9th, 2014, the Student Council (STUCO) of Edmond Santa Fe High School made a very important announcement . They asked the school […]
Most people know that LifeChurch.tv is the largest church in Oklahoma and has played an important role in serving Oklahomans. After the May 2013 tornados, […]
A few years ago, a parent approached us seeking programs for her adult son with autism. She had travelled across the United States to observe […]
More than 100 genes have been identified that appear linked to autism spectrum disorders, two new studies report.
“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, Very Bad Day” is showing at the movie theater at this time and Tate said a private showing will be offered for the families with autistic or disabled children Saturday morning.
The exhibit includes originals and canvas prints of collaborative works by young artists from the autism community and “Faces of Autism”, black and white portraits of children, teens and adults with autism who attend AutismOklahoma.org support groups.
AutismOklahoma will be presenting an educational display in the Bank Of America art gallery in Leadership Square for the month of October. A prominent feature […]
Invisible Layers was featured on the cover of the September 2014 issue of Outlook Magazine; you can read the article on their website too. Written by […]
WASHINGTON, DC (July 8, 2014) — In a major victory for Medicaid coverage of autism, a federal agency has directed the states to cover medically […]
The CDC reports new prevalence for autism as 1 in 68.
As the kids get ready for school, parents can check out a parent support group. All groups will begin meeting in September.
Parent support groups are a great way to find other families who want more opportunities for their children. You can make a big difference.