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Autism – Pittsburgh

 

The Autism – Pittsburgh, since its founding in 1966, has had a rather productive existence.  Many of the programs and initiatives started here in Pittsburgh have inspired the establishment of similar endeavors far beyond our Western Pennsylvania borders.

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Our Success can only be measured by the Assistance we receive from our Collaborators!  Please take a moment and visit their websites below by clicking on their logos!  We are humbled and grateful for their continual support.

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Wexford Address

11676 Perry Highway, Suite 1200

Professional Building #1

Wexford, PA 15090

Butler County Office

PO Box 275

202 E Main Street

Evans City, PA 16033

Monroeville Office

4903 Old William Penn Highway

Monroeville, PA  15146

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Guidestar

The Autism - Pittsburgh, Inc. is recognized by Guidestar as a non-profit organization.  Our Bridge # is 1371707968. Our Objective is to improve the lives of those struggling with autism and to help autism involved parents, families and professionals grow by providing as much relevant information on autism spectrum disorders as is known to us.

DISCLAIMER

Mr. Torisky, as President of the Autism – Pittsburgh (AP), does not provide any legal representation to those making inquiries of the AP and no communication from him as ASP President should be interpreted in any way as legal advice in the manner of an attorney-client relationship.  Mr. Torisky, although a licensed attorney, cannot and does not provide legal representation via any contact that he has with the public while serving in his role as President of the AP.  Commentary contained in AP writings authored by Mr. Torisky or any other AP commentary or communication by Mr. Torisky is not intended to and does not constitute legal advice and no attorney-client relationship is formed.