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EAP’s Anna Bullard Honored by Autism Speaks

Date: November 17, 2014
Source: Autism Speaks News Release

NASHVILLE, TN — Autism Speaks announced its 2014 advocacy awards at the 9th annual Autism Law Summit held here, presenting the Speak Out Award to Anna Bullard and her daughter Ava from Georgia. The awards are presented at the annual conference to honor those individuals and groups whose advocacy on behalf of people with autism View More

The Early Autism Project: An Interview with Ann Eldridge

Date: August 19, 2014
Source: Low Country Autism Consortium

The Early Autism Project (EAP), a sponsor for our 2014 Lowcountry Autism Forum, has branches in South Carolina and Georgia, with a local Charleston clinic too. The organization offers behavioral treatment and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for individuals with autism aged 20 months – 21 years. This week, LAC talked to Ann Eldridge, EAP’s View More

News19-TV: $10,000 Donation Made to Midlands Autism Foundation Winston’s Wish

Date: June 23, 2014
Source: News19-TV WLTX

Columbia, SC (WLTX) – A Midlands autism advocacy group received a big donation from a Columbia clothing store. Back in November, the Pink Sorbet store on Devine Street in Columbia began selling a Lilly Pulitzer scarf created in honor of children with autism across the state of South Carolina. Five hundred scarves were purchased by View More

Early Autism Project Opens Rock Hill Clinic and Names Clinic Director

Date: April 28, 2014
Source: EAP News Release

Clinic provides children with autism spectrum and related disorders with effective, evidence-based treatment For Immediate Release Rock Hill, S.C. (April 28, 2014)–Early Autism Project, Inc., (EAP), today announced it will open a clinic in Rock Hill to provide local families the highest quality of intensive, research-based behavioral treatment for children and young adults ages 20 View More

Summer Can be Fun for Children with Autism

Date: April 23, 2014
Source: Mt. Pleasant Magazine

Plan a Fun, Enriching Summer for Children with Autism Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining and the cold days of winter are a distant memory. Summer is finally here and Charleston-area families are beginning to take advantage of the warm weather and abundance of outdoor activities and events. Family vacations, summer camps, and sports View More

Early Autism Project celebrates move to larger West Columbia clinic

Date: April 5, 2014
Source: Cola Daily

The Early Autism Project on Friday invited several special guests to its new West Columbia location. On hand to welcome them and introduce Gov. Nikki Haley was 12-year-old Winston Ridley, one of the project’s success stories. The Early Autism Project serves children and families in South Carolina with offices in West Columbia, Charleston, Greenville and Sumter. View More

Early Autism Project Opens Clinic in West Columbia

Date: April 4, 2014
Source: WLTX-19

West Columbia, SC (WLTX)- The Early Autism Project hosted their grand opening in West Columbia Friday afternoon. “It is very exciting,” said Ann Eldridge, Chief Operating Officer of the Early Autism Project. EAP has clinics in Sumter, Greenville and Charleston serving more than 600 kids across South Carolina. The clinic includes a large therapeutic play View More

Early Autism Project Opens Tampa Clinic

Date: March 26, 2014
Source: EAP News Release

Clinic provides children with autism spectrum and related disorders with effective, evidence-based treatment For Immediate Release Tampa, Fla. March 26, 2014 — Early Autism Project (EAP), Inc., today announced it is accepting clients for its new clinic, which will open in early June at 3217 S. MacDill Ave. EAP offers the highest quality of intensive, View More

Lyons Mom Keeps Pushing for Ava’s Law

Date: January 14, 2014
Source: WSAV-TV

Atlanta, Georgia – A Lyons, Georgia mother who WSAV introduced you to last year is taking her fight for Autism Insurance back to the state capitol this year. This time Anna Bullard has strong support from some lawmakers. The Senate and House sponsors of Ava’s Law said they will press forward for passage of the View More

Hope Fueled Entrepreneur’s Leap to Helping Children with Autism

Date: January 8, 2014
Source: Forbes Magazine

My beautiful wife, Beth, and I are the parents of two teenage children. While no two children are the same, I can tell you from my own experience that there is one tie that binds us all: hope. Hope that our child will, through his or her own drive and our support, be their very View More

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