June 29, 2015

Here is a brief article about one of the T4A athletes.  This article was also featured in the Ventura County Star!  Congratulations Luke!  Keep it up!

 

Luke started running with the Ventura County Train4Autism group when we heard they were starting a group at...

June 29, 2015

Hello all!  Allow me to introduce myself!  My name is Tricia-Rae Powell and I am the new Communications Associate for Train 4 Autism.  I am extremely excited for this opportunity.  For a while now I have wanted to get more involved with the organization.  I have been r...

February 25, 2015

By: Shelly Overton

 

Each year I try to have a goal in mind, not all do I share. 


2014 wasn't one of the non sharing years. A couple years ago 
I had the opportunity to meet a very nice couple who was 
starting a nonprofit. They had a wonderful companion named Orbit. I f...

February 6, 2015

By: Shelly Overton

 

Each year I try to have a goal in mind, not all do I share. 


2014 wasn't one of the non sharing years. A couple years ago 
I had the opportunity to meet a very nice couple who was 
starting a nonprofit. They had a wonderful companion named Orbit. I f...

October 19, 2014

By: Steven Kapp

 

“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?” asked Dr. Seuss.

 

Indeed, autistic children’s performance is sometimes enhanced by their tendency to not conform to social pressure, which resonates with me as an autism researcher and autistic neurodiversity...

October 16, 2014


By: Trang 4 Autism 

 

I have to admit, I have a runner’s high. They say this “high” happens when endorphins are released in our brains and leaves us feeling “euphoric” aka happy.

 

As humans, we all seek happiness in our lives whether it’s through contentment, self love o...

August 14, 2014

By: Adair Renning

 

Our daughter Asia  turned 33 this past April. She was not formally diagnosed with autism until she was 12, but that's another story. She had the benefit of some, but not all of the treatment options that are available today. Still, she has come a long...

June 2, 2014

 By: AJ Gaston

 

The most important thing that I can offer to T4A and those who T4A supports is AWARENESS. I had the opportunity to participate in the Oceanside Ironman 70.3 on March 29, and while doing so I was wearing my T4A jersey to raise awareness of Autism.

 

The wea...

April 9, 2014

Watch this 2014 speech made by our very own Jeremy Catama, LA Marathon Finisher & Autism Hero! 

April 1, 2014

Esteban Gonzalez, T4A Dad. 

 

I’ve always heard about Ragnar but was dismissive about it. Being in a van with 6 other runners for 30 hours? Not my cup of tea. Listening to Ragnarians share their stories I’d have to admit...I was growing curious. Especially because of how...

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