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Special Learning, Inc. Sponsors Blogger in Charity Walk for Autism Spectrum Disorders


Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
Special Learning Inc., the leading global provider of special needs educational resources for the autism community announced today its support of an online blogger and his team’s participation in the 2013 Akron Autism 5k and Walk, a charity event held to spread awareness for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). As a major sponsor of the blogger and his team, Special Learning provided support demonstrating its commitment to spread acceptance and awareness of ASD nationwide and worldwide. The event took place on Saturday, June 15th in Akron, Ohio and raised nearly $72,000 to go toward autism-related resources in the local area.
Special Learning’s support of this blogger and his team demonstrates its ongoing mission of being a trusted provider for the special needs and autism communities on the national level. “Special Learning is passionate about providing for the autism and special needs communities across the United States and around the world,” said Karen Chung, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Special Learning. “We are humbled to be able to help others succeed in moving toward brighter futures for all individuals with autism.”
This latest sign of support for the autism community is part of Special Learning’s initiative to partner with bloggers across the nation and around the world to move autism awareness and acceptance forward through collaboration and learning. “Through our support of the blogging community, we are carrying out a larger mission of helping individuals with ASD to live more successful and independent lives,” said Chung.
Special Learning designs evidence-based products and services using the methods of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The company provides the global autism and special needs community with a comprehensive range of training and educational products, web-based and downloadable tools, and professional services for parents, teachers and providers so that they can deliver the best possible outcomes to individuals with autism.
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