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Press:

Atlas Foundation For Autism is honored to be publicized by the following organizations


  • Atlas Featured In NY Metro Parents 4/2015

    “NYC Nonprofit Supports Those on the Spectrum and Their Families”

  • Big Apple Parent - January 2015

    In addition to the Ad for the Atlas School, Big Apple Parent Magazine featured the Atlas Foundation For Autism in their "Meet The Directors" section. Click to view pictures from the magazine.

  • Autism Speaks

    Doctoral Candidate Amanda Leeder interviewed by Autism Speaks and discusses the uniqueness of Atlas and EVEnt, the groundbreaking communication therapy developed by its founders.

  • Big Daddy Autism

    A documentary telling the true-life story of single dad Ken Siri raising his son Alex. Alex has been a long-time student of Atlas, Ken currently sits on Atlas' Board of Trustees, while B.D.A director and filmmaker Aaron Feinstein is a current collaborator partnered with Atlas and all are fellow dreamers of the heart!! Enjoy the trailer (and see some familiar Atlas faces) as you get entranced by this incredible story.

  • Care.Com - How to handle the 4 most challenging autism behaviors

    Atlas Co-Directors Alison Berkley and Amanda Friedman give tips to help us all better understand behavior

  • CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

    Atlas is one of very few facilities that offer Solisten® (Portable version of Tomatis® Listening Therapy) Amanda and Alison were consulted as some of the only Tomatis-trained practitioners in NY to help us understand the benefits and potential of healing sounds.

  • Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism by Ken Siri and Tony Lyons

    CETA is a one-stop shop reference anthology of the latest and most innovative therapies for Autism. Since the very first edition, Atlas co-directors Alison and Amanda were asked to author a chapter on the unique methodology of Atlas (formerly Emerge & See) and their progressive educational philosophy. Annually updated, this book is a go-to for any parent or professional connected to ASD who likes to be on the cutting edge. This year's edition features a chapter dedicated to Atlas' creation and pioneering of a revolution in communication therapy called EVEnt. You can enjoy the complete chapter here!

  • Autism Connect Conference At Fordham University

    Alison and Amanda were specially invited to participate in the Autism Connect conference at Fordham and are highlighted here in the Fordham newsletter for their research and work in creating EVEnt (Emotional Vocal Exploration Therapy).

  • Psychology Today Blog: Breaking Barriers

    Psychology Today invited Alison and Amanda to author frequent blogs on anything and everything related to the work they do at Atlas and the impact on the individual as well as the community. The very name of the blog speaks to a vital part of Atlas' mission, breaking barriers between individuals with Autism and the world around them and to connect us all to one another.

  • Toys Are Tools: Expert Reviews

    Toys are Tools is a fun, digital way to gain insight into the hottest play-things that are, really, learn-things! Author and mom Jenn Choi frequently enlists the expert opinion of Atlas co-directors Amanda and Alison to test out and review the latest and greatest brain-building, kid-friendly toys (and big-kid friendly ones, too)!

Testimonials:

Please feel free to leave a testimonial here.

  • From ParentsOpen or Close
    • Quote Mark We feel really lucky to have you with [our son]. It gives me great peace. Quote Mark
    • Quote Mark Thank you for your work with “___” He loves coming there and we so appreciate your flexibility and understanding! Quote Mark
    • Quote Mark Amanda, Thank you so much for this amazing update and for all the incredible work you and everyone at [Atlas] do!  It’s so amazing that all the work we are doing is coming together. Quote Mark
    • Quote Mark Thanks so much for sending the assessment, Amanda.  It’s so exciting and wonderful to read your report filled with amazing examples of the progress “___” has made over the past year. Quote Mark
    • Quote Mark You will never find more loving caring knowledgeable people in this field I have humble means financially and quality services for my son that has autism most times are very pricey therefore many places I have been are like elitist communities; and I am forced to tolerate it to ensure that my son receive quality services. Upon meeting Amanda I was blown away with the wealth of knowledge and suggestions she gave me to better understand not just Autism but my unique autistic child to say the least and then I had a crisis and I had to take my son to a therapy session and Amanda not only asked if I was all right and walked away like so many professionals in this busy field do she took time talked with me and assured me everything will be fine and this was my own personal issue nothing to do with my child again I was blown away. Then on came Ally who is just as wonderful kind caring knowledgeable and concerned as Amanda Then the two best people I have ever met formed an idea followed through and Emerged and you will see for yourself from the moment you walk in the door therapy begins for the family without you even knowing you are being taught how to deal with your child and then when you see you child look someone in the eyes for the first time standing right in the entrance of Emerge & See [Atlas] you know you have brought your child to the right place and the founders of Emerge & See [Atlas] ensure that everyone feels like family and even give the parents free time sometimes overnight you will also be blown away. I apologize if this post seems verbose to you but there is so much more I can say about this wonderful program a number ratting will not do it justice. Quote Mark
  • From StudentsOpen or Close
    • Quote Mark 12 years old, Diagnosis: Selective Mutism, this was typed on the computer : Thank you for making my birthday trip terrific. I had a fabulous time and I want to say how much I appreciate your efforts. I hope my friends like it as much as I did. And when I was scared the teachers said all the right things and I was not scared. See you tomorrow! Quote Mark
  • From ColleaguesOpen or Close
  • From Community MembersOpen or Close
    • Quote Mark Being able to see where you work with the children was very interesting. Each time a student makes progress it must be a great thrill for you to see! There appeared to be so many items to stimulate the students needs on so many different levels! I loved also your special light room. I wish both of you special ladies much success in this very important endeavor. I also really enjoyed your chapter in Cutting Edge Therapies too! Quote Mark

News & Featured Content

  • Featured In NY Metro Parents

    “NYC Nonprofit Supports Those on the Spectrum and Their Families”

  • Unique Traits of Individuals with Autism

    Autism Speaks Staffer interviewed Amanda Leeder to discuss her work as a doctoral candidate in Fordham University's Applied Developmental Psychology program. She has employed behavioral, developmental and literacy-based...

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