Huddle Up With Eagles Autism Challenge
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A Message From Kristi
Camryn has almost reached her goal. Thanks so much for supporting her efforts! Please join us in crossing the finish line! When Camryn was diagnosed with Autism and an Intellectual Disability, our lives were forever changed. She has taught us to look at life with a different perspective. We have taught her that we will never stop advocating for her. We will never stop looking for new therapies, treatments, or medications to help improve the future for Camryn and other individuals with Autism.
The time for breakthroughs is now. We are raising money to support innovative research and programs at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to revolutionize clinical care and support for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families from infancy through adulthood.
Why We Participate: CHOP makes a difference. CHOP cares for more than 10,000 patients with autism each year in almost every clinical area, and teams from our Center for Autism Research and Autism Integrated Care Program – which include rehabilitation therapists, developmental pediatricians, neurologists, psychologists, geneticists, psychiatrists, advance practice nurses, social workers, computer scientists and many others – have led breakthroughs for children and families, from making earlier diagnosis possible to improving therapies and access to services.
Together, we’ll create a breakthrough for every child. By providing the necessary resources to thought leaders, we can advance scientific breakthroughs that support an individualized approach to support the unique needs of each patient, at each stage of life.
How Can You Help? Donate and help us support groundbreaking and innovative autism research and care programs. All participant-raised funds, 100 %, will go directly towards autism research and/or programs at CHOP, as together we shift from autism awareness to action. To learn more about CHOP’s breakthroughs in autism, check out the 10th Anniversary Report from CHOP’s Center for Autism Research.