Thursday, August 06, 2009

Carol Shea Porter Helps UNH Abuse Autistic Children

Here is how my NH representative in Congress, Carol Shea-Porter is squandering money from the Omnibus Appropriations Act. Shea Porter arranged for UNH's Institute on Disability to receive $450,000 so they can have Ari Ne'eman teach students how to abuse autistic kids. Parents of autistic kids who would like to see the kids cured of autism should write to UNH and Shea Porter and demand that these child abusers tell the truth about autism. Our tax money is not supposed to be spent to commit white collar crimes against disabled children.

When Ari Ne'eman claims that he is autistic and preaches that nobody should try to cure autism, something that we have known how to do for nine years now, it can only be considered child abuse by deception. Ne'eman's lies prevent uninformed parents from learning that autism can now be cured and he should be in prison for propagating this false information.

UNH Institute on Disability to Receive Funds Shea-Porter Secured

July 22, 2009
Washington, DC — The University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Institute on Disability is scheduled to receive funds that Congresswoman Shea-Porter secured in the Omnibus Appropriations Act of 2009. This funding will help develop a National Center on Inclusive Education for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and related disabilities.
“One in every one hundred and fifty children is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder,” said Congresswoman Shea-Porter. “UNH is a leader in this field, and this funding will provide the University with the necessary resources to reach educators and families all across the country and to improve services for students with autism.”
The Fiscal Year 2010 Labor, Health, and Human Services Appropriations bill, which is scheduled to be on the House floor later this week, includes an additional $450,000 for the Center.
The Institute on Disability/UCED at the University of New Hampshire is nationally recognized for its services related to children and youth with ASD. New Hampshire is ranked #1 nationally in the percentage of time students with ASD spend in the general education classroom.

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