This April, Cahill Strategies recognizes the importance of  “Celebrating Differences” to build a better awareness of the signs, symptoms, and realities of autism. We’re proud to join such incredible organizations Autism Society, Nassau Suffolk Autism Society of America, (NSASA), and Luv Michael as well as all who champion our autism friends and families.

The Autism Society’s Autism Acceptance Month recognizes that the prevalence of autism in the United States has risen from 1 in 125 children in 2010 to 1 in 54 in 2020 – recognizing this continued increase, the goal for AAM is to further increase awareness about autism signs, symptoms and opportunities through: information and referrals, events, printable and digital resources, and community partnerships with businesses and organizations dedicated to building inclusive experiences.  – Autism Society

You can read more about the shift from “Autism Awareness Month” to “Autism Acceptance Month” here.

Since Cahill Strategies’ founding, we’ve worked on numerous non-profit campaigns with the autism community and we couldn’t be more proud to work alongside the people who have such an incredible impact on this community. From the amazing stories told by NSASA families, to the incredible success of the autism-to-work initiative of Luv Michael – we’re proud to work with these great organizations.

How are you recognizing Autism Acceptance Month? Follow #CelebrateDifferences on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook.

The Families of Nassau Suffolk Autism Society of America

Luv Michael East End Initiative – Sharing The Luv

Four Hands High-Fiving Each Other

Non-profit Advocacy

The firm possesses tremendous experience in the non-profit sector representing a variety of clients from special education, to early childcare learning institutions, to non-profit programs for adults and children with developmental disabilities, to museums.

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diane-cahill Founder, Diane Cahill  has been a lobbyist and advocate for education and healthcare, focusing on children and adolescents with special needs and their families for more than two decades. Having worked in the field of autism as an outreach coordinator and community liaison in the New York region, she has gained the respect of the healthcare, education, and special needs communities through her efforts to raise awareness and advocate for people with autism and other special needs. –

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