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CAN Radio is a public service provided by the Council for Autism and Neurodiversity. Episodes present news, interviews, reports, alerts, information and entertainment for the community. To learn more about the show, including sponsorship, requests, internships, and other information, visit the CAN website.

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Melissa Barton, famed national advocate for children, autism, and education, will be on the show tonight to discuss her latest efforts, as well as a breaking case involving a Florida school teacher allegedly ordering a hit on a student! Not only... more

We will discuss the week's news and ICAA projects, events in the community. One of the week's headlines is another parent/caregiver commiting acts of violence against an autistic person.

Project Lifesaver Founder and President, Chief Gene Saunders will be here this week. Many people with autism wander, end up lost or endangered. Project Lifesaver Internaional (PLI) helps train law enforcement, first responders, and... more

ICAA Radio hosts will be discussing ICAA projects and services, as well as community news. Stay tuned!

ICAA Radio hosts discuss recent community news, events, updates and alerts. www.icaaonline.org

Autism news, updates, and alerts and learn more about the ICAA projects and efforts year round.

Autism has been in the media a lot lately. Jenny McCarthy, billed as an "autism advocate", was chosen as a co-host for The View. Autistic advocates spoke up about an offensive ad on the side of a bus for a local children's hopsital, which... more

We will be talking about the ICAA project, Mind the Gap, and why it is so important to the community we serve. Also, upcoming events, news, and alerts.

Continuing the discussion about how our cultural conversation, media portrayal, the popularity of so called DAN doctors, and the general accepted rhetoric harms or helps the progress of our civil rights. Also: The most recent brutal murders... more

Join us tonight as we welcome Coach Jim Johnson.Mr. Johnson is famous for telling J-Mac (Jason McElwain) to get in the game several years ago, as McElwain showed the world he was "in the game" all along. Coach Johnson... more
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