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October 15th 2013:Disney Accessibility - What Will the Changes Mean?

This week on Autism Spectrum Radio we discuss the significance of the changes in policy for special needs visitors at Disney parks. Recent stories about abuses to the system triggered the changes that have received criticism and pushback from the autism community. Rob Haupt is excited to welcome two outspoken leaders in the community that have been involved in the ongoing dialogue with Disney as well as monitoring the changes in the park. Be sure to catch this episode of Autism Spectrum Radio, Tuesday, October 15, at 11 AM.

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Jo Ashline

Jo Ashline is first and foremost mom to her two sons: Andrew, who is ten and has autism, epilepsy, and cystic fibrosis, and who possesses a deep passion for big rigs and shiny soup cans, and Ian, who is eight, loves striped socks and sweatbands, and happens to be the greatest little “older brother” in the world. Jo is passionate about writing, especially about her experiences raising her special needs son and is dedicated to promoting compassion and community with her special needs column, This Modified Life with OC Moms for The Orange County Register. She’s also the lead blogger on The Mom Blog with OC Moms for The Orange County Register. Jo also shares her perspective on her personal blog,
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Judy Mark

Judy Mark has been an active member in the non-profit community for the past 30 years. Her expertise in communications, development and management has enabled her to provide significant aid to organizations in need. Throughout the past few years Judy has worked with the Leaps n’ Boundz Foundation in addition to serving as Vice-Chair of Kris Camp. These organizations both provide services to children with autism and their families. She currently serves as Government Relations Chair of the Autism Society of Los Angeles. Before moving to Los Angeles in 2000, Judy spent over 15 years working in the non-profit community of Washington, D.C. in numerous capacities including as the director of c
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