This year NYCA is celebrating its 10 year anniversary by sharing our 10 triumphs in autism. In reflecting on the last 10 years, a very special moment stands out - the unforgettable duet of Jodi DiPiazza and Katy Perry at Comedy Central’s biannual benefit Night of Too Many Stars hosted in partnership with NYCA. Read More.
I am the Co-Founder and Executive Director of NYCA. I am also the mother of two teenage sons, one who is typically developing and the other who has autism. It is my privilege to lead NYCA in collaborating to effect systems change regarding the way services are provided to people living with autism.
NYCA is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year and in the life of an autism organization 10 years is a long time. Things have improved for people living with autism during this time period…but not enough. There is still so much work to be done.
New York Collaborates for Autism (NYCA) is a non-profit organization founded in 2003 dedicated to addressing the needs of individuals and families who are living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) right now.
On June 10, CADB opened to patients in a renovated 11,000-square-foot building on the White Plains campus of New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
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