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New Featured Artist in The Pavilion: Margie-Lee Rodriguez

Margie-Lee Rodriguez Born in Puerto Rico in 1966, Margie-Lee was a “normal” but hyperactive infant.  At age 2 she was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy which explains her slurred speech.  She did not talk until age 10 and was diagnosed as “severely” mentally retarded.  She started grade school at 13 and graduated from 9th grade at […]

Weighing on Weight Loss

Author: Merrick Egber (April 2018) I’ve always had problems with athleticism, whether it’s by low stamina, lack of proper energy, or a basic interest in more sedentary activities like reading, film, or video games compared to playing on a team, that led me to balloon, and there were hardly any fans at the ceiling to push […]

Mount Sinai of New York and Els for Autism Foundation Join Forces to Establish Research Institute at The Els Center of Excellence in Jupiter, Florida

The newly created Seaver Els Institute will bring together personalized education, clinical research and scientific investigation for individuals and families who are affected by autism spectrum disorder (NEW YORK – April 2, 2018) The Els for Autism Foundation announced today a joint initiative with Mount Sinai Health System of New York to create The Seaver […]

Els for Autism Foundation stands united with autism organizations worldwide

Els for Autism Foundation stands united with autism organizations worldwide in reminding our community that autism affects each person differently, and misconceptions can increase prejudice toward the vast majority who are peaceful and productive members of society. Recent statements from the Autism Society and Autism Speaks: Autism Society Autism Speaks

Josh Banks is sailing center’s most helpful team member

(Press Release by The US Sailing Center Martin County) JENSEN BEACH (February 7, 2018) The US Sailing Center Martin County’s most helpful team member is Joshua Banks. Executive Director Alan Jenkinson made the presentation on Jan. 26. USSMC members, parents Bob and Vicki Banks, and the Els for Autism Foundation personnel attended the ceremony, followed by a […]

Under the Spotlight: How the Visual Arts Introduces Proper Meaning

Author: Merrick Egber (February 2018)  Movies, movies, movies…. How I love them, from an early age when I was introduced to Disney films, I would start my lifelong love for movies, and the visual arts. Back then, my hero was Jim Carrey, my favorite movie was “The Lion King” and the biggest controversy was more about […]

Els for Autism 2018 Golf Challenge Preview Event at Stanford Golf Course

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (January 25, 2018) The 2018 Els for Autism Golf Challenge will kick off with a new and exciting Preview Event at Stanford Golf Course on Monday, February 12, 2018, co-chaired by Mr. Steve Peck of SAP and Mr. Gary Gauba of CenturyLink. Mr. Ernie Els will be attending the event and will host a clinic […]