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                 Maserati from The 20 Store 24 Hour Tour and notes from the road from the 2002 cross-country tour       


Rebecca is smiling because her family drove cross-country in 2002 to kick off Drive4Rebecca, an ongoing effort to raise funds for education, research and advocacy that helped establish REED Academy.  In 2011 they set out again on the Advocacy4All Cross-Country Tour.       


Drive4Rebecca continues to support education and research including studies at Seaver Autism Center.   Learn more about the amazing technology being used at the Rutgers Sensory Motor Lab for the Seaver Phelan-McDermid clinical trial.

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Drive4Rebecca helps increase awareness of autism and asperger’s syndrome, raises funds for research and education, and helps parents become stronger advocates for their children with special needs.  Advocacy For All,  The Angel Certificate, CrIEPs, Your Child Handbook, Your Family Achievement Diary,Don’t Stare at Autism, Don’t Stare at Special Needs, Your Gratitude Diary, Building Better Lives for Children with Autism, Building Better Lives for Children with Special Needs, The Make Me Feel Good Planner, The Special Needs Parent Zone and No Child With Special Needs Gets Left Behind are trademarks of The Drive For Rebecca, Inc.   Educational Child Abusers (c) 2013

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“Tenafly teen on the front lines of autism clinical trial” 7/2012 in NJ Record & nationwide  and on WCBS 880 AM and video about the trial at Mount Sinai's Seaver Autism Center

“Exploring autism with avatars: Rutgers uses virtual worlds to test kids for disorder” 10/2012 article and video in Rutgers today and 11/2012 The Star Ledger

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