Archive for 'Campaigns'

The Arizona 5: Interview Special

Posted on 29. Dec, 2010 by Kelly.

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On this episode of The Frontier: Andy Wakefield introduces the story of an Arizona family whose legal battles may very well become a cornerstone of the autism movement. Learn how the medical system’s skewed perception of autism has ripped this family apart.

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Preview of The Arizona 5: Interview Special

Posted on 17. Dec, 2010 by Kelly.

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Coming up on the next episode of The Frontier: Andy Wakefield introduces the story of an Arizona family whose legal battles may very well become a cornerstone of the autism movement…

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Give Autism A Chance and Get Involved!

Posted on 16. Dec, 2010 by Kelly.

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Please join Bella Tommey and Channel 4′s Battlefront campaign Give Autism A Chance to support people with autism spectrum disorder in the workforce. You have until January 15th, 2011 to submit your products to be sold in the London gallery. GET INVOLVED!

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Arizona 5: Call to Action

Posted on 16. Dec, 2010 by Kelly.

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Autism File Global Call to Action: LEGAL AID CAMPAIGN FOR ARIZONA FAMILY, donate now!
In recorded history, few groups of people have had to suffer the misunderstanding, prejudice, and wrath of an affronted professional vanity as have those with autism and their families. One of the more extreme examples of this is the allegation of child abuse in the form of Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy by a medical [system] seeking to displace blame for its own failings.

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Bella Tommey for Give Autism A Chance at the Jingle Bell Ball

Posted on 14. Dec, 2010 by Lisa.

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Bella Tommey speaks to guests at the Jingle Bell Ball to generate support for her Battlefront project, Give Autism A Chance.

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Meet Bella Tommey and Give Autism A Chance

Posted on 04. Oct, 2010 by Polly Tommey.

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Learn about Bella Tommey’s Battlefront campaign Give Autism A Chance and see how her relationship with her brother Billy has inspired her to become an advocate for those with autistic spectrum disorders.

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