Working Together to Share Your Voice
We at Autisable.com strive to work together with countless organizations around the world. By being a part of our community we want to make sure that your voice is heard.
From @autismtoday to @autismsociety and @autismspeaks and beyond, we are always networking with bloggers, businesses and organizations. We want to work together to tackle the puzzle of Autism.
We also want to develop a sense of unity within the Autism Community, reminding everyone that we are all in this together.
In our networking with several organizations we have the opportunity and responsibility to ensure that your voice has the possibility of reaching an even wider Audience.
We encourage everyone to highlight posts from Autisable through their social media channels, so that your voice will be heard to even more people.
In case you didn’t know, the folks at @autismspeaks and @autismsociety look frequently at the posts that we highlight on our main page. They do read and listen to what you are writing and submitting to Autisable’s main page.
In an effort to ensure that your voice is heard, Autism Speaks and Autism Society will be utilizing this opportunity to highlight posts from Autisable’s main page through their blogs and their various other channels. This means that your submitted posts to our main page may end up being highlighted on their blogs, or in their e-mails. Posts that they highlight through their efforts will have the Autisable Username of the Author cited, and that they received the article from Autisable.com.
Please remember that this is for articles that are shown on our main page, as we’ve sought permission to use the Author’s articles or the articles were submitted voluntarily. This does not include a person’s individual blogging account on Autisable.
Of course we can’t guarantee specific articles being highlighted, but it’s nice to know that they look at what Autisable does and those who blog on the site – and that they want to share what they can through their channels.
It’s your voice we are sharing – together.
The Autisable Team