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January 17, 2023
Autism Delaware rebrands in its 25th anniversary year
Our new logo reflects the hope and new horizon for the autism journey in the 21st century.
Published: January 12, 2023 By: Autism Delaware
The year 2023 marks Autism Delaware’s 25th anniversary, and it will be a time to celebrate both the achievements of the autism community and our organization’s milestones and accomplishments. As we look…
January 11, 2023
Sebastian Wilson plays to his strengths for autism awareness
Powerlifter raises money through competition to support people affected by autism
Published: January 11, 2023 By: Lisa Walenceus
Header photo (left to right): Kim Rosebaum, Kris Grant, Caitlin Wilson holding daughter Emery, Sebastian holding son Payton, and Brian Hall, Autism Delaware’s executive director
Sebastian Wilson was inspired to raise money through his powerlifting by two things:…
January 1, 2023
Meet Alex and the Bear Named for Him
Keeping acceptance and inclusion going in Alex Eldreth’s name
Published: January 1, 2023 by: Carla Koss
Among Autism Delaware’s planned activities to celebrate autism acceptance and inclusion month in April is the statewide introduction of Alex, the Autism Delaware bear. As a symbol, this teddy bear represents universal acceptance and inclusion as advocated by Alex Eldreth, who…
December 12, 2022
Tracy Clark given the Jason Anderson Outstanding Employee Award
Her work with people on the spectrum at the DMV is recognized.
Published: December 12, 2022 By: Lisa Walenceus
Tracy Clark has been awarded the Jason Anderson Outstanding Employee Award for her service as a natural support in the Dover office of the Delaware Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) prior to her retirement in 2022. Today,…