In the latest video from the Autism News NetWORK, we meet Jack Muirhead, using his assistive communication device, and his dad, Dave Muirhead. Dave Muirhead is the founder of the Beautiful Gate Center in Mt. Pleasant. The mission of the Beautiful Gate Center is to provide the highest level of care in a unique learning environment where
Support autism treatment at MUSC with the Pieces of Hope for Autism Panera Cookie Campaign! Since 2010, Panera has been selling puzzle-piece shaped ‘pieces of hope’ cookies in support of autism awareness and fundraising. These cookie sales have raised over $1,200,000 for autism initiatives throughout the U.S. For a full week this spring, Panera locations
What do you do when you have special needs and a mental health issue, and you’re struggling to find local psychiatric care? The Purvis family struggled with this question until they used telepsychiatry to connect with MUSC Project Rex founder Dr. Frampton Gwynette.
What do you do when you live in a rural location and you need to access mental health services? In this age of telehealth, autism families have the option to access psychiatry services at a distance.
Can you imagine making a five-hour round trip journey just to see a psychiatrist? Such was the case for Kim Coker of Johnsonville, SC and her son Jacob, a patient of MUSC Project Rex founder Dr. Frampton Gwynette.
We’re proud to share that last month, one of our very own Project Rex team members took the stage at TEDxBirmingham’s All Star Salon … and now you can watch the 5-minute video! Caroline McGraw is an autism sibling, writer, and speaker who helps out behind the scenes at Project Rex. (Her role includes creating