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The Autism Acceptance Project

The Autism Acceptance Project is a not-for-profit organisation working towards achieving acceptance and tolerance in society. TAAProject is very proud to present The Joy of Autism: Redefining Ability and Quality of Life, an event that will feature a gallery exhibition of international autistic artists at the Lonsdale Gallery from 5 October to 5 November 2006, as well as a lecture series by renowned academics, researchers and autistic people held on October 10, 11, 12, 14 at the Al Green Theatre at the Miles Nadal JCC Toronto.

To purchase tickets for the Joy of Autism please visit: www.taaproject.com

The Autism Acceptance Project is also eager to promote a new artistic call for submissions of poems, short stories or personal stories about autism called Autspoken. Autspoken was inspired by an autistic woman from Topeka, Kansas, Barbara Moran, who sent in her life story and some photographs, which will be exhibited at the Lonsdale Gallery. Winning entrants will receive $50 (CDN) and their work will be displayed at the Lonsdale Gallery in Toronto during the month of October 2006.

If you would like to submit a poem, short story or personal story about autism, please send this to:

The Autism Acceptance Project
P.O. Box 23030
Toronto, Ontario
M5N 3A8
or email

For more information about Autspoken, please visit: www.taaproject.com/autspoken.cfm For more information about the Autism Acceptance Project, please visit: www.taaproject.com.

Please note all entries will remain the property of The Autism Acceptance Project unless entrants specify they want the work returned. The Autism Acceptance Project will keep entries on its website in the Autspoken section. It may also reproduce your writing in gallery materials.

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