Day of Fun to Help Autism Research

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WYOMING -- People were bouncing for a cause in Luzerne County on Saturday.

It was SPARK Day at Super Bounce in Wyoming.

SPARK is an online partnership that wants to improve the lives of people with autism.

Families had an opportunity to sign up for SPARK and take part in the national research program.

They even received gift cards for signing up.

Organizers say SPARK is the largest autism study ever in the United States.

1 Comment

  • warningfakenews

    It’s awesome that we recognize a responsibility to deal with the effects of autism, unfortunately, quite often, we’ve been carving out a piece of the pie for the people affected by reducing the funding to other intellectual disability support systems. When that happens, those people suffer as a result.

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