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04/07/10 — Dr. June Groden was interviewed by NBC 10's Barbara Morse-Silva for a special segment on autism.
04/05/10 — Dr. June Groden and Dr. Jane Carlson were interviewed for a news segment on autism by Fox Providence's The Rhode Show.
08/14/09 — A brief article by Providence Business News on the Fire Flower Project and the Groden Network's collaboration with Waterfire Providence.
- Read a brief by Providence Business News.
06/04/09 — Over 2000 people rally at the Rhode Island State House against proposed state budget cuts in programs for the disabled.
06/01/09 — Representatives from the Groden Network took part in a four-day silent vigil commemorating the closure of the Ladd Center.
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04/03/09 — U.S. Representative James Langevin announces an appropriation request for a Groden Network program that will help develop an innovative model of delivering treatment services to families of young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The model will use video technology for monitoring and feedback.
- Learn more about the appropriation.
03/24/09 — Rep. Peter G. Palumbo (D-Dist. 16, Cranston) has been named the
recipient of the 2009 Leadership Award to be presented by The Groden Network, the largest provider of services in Rhode Island for children and adults with autism.
- Read a press release from the Rhode Island General Assembly.
11/15/08 — Nationally-syndicated radio show Imus in the Morning comes to Providence to help support The Groden Network.
- Read a Providence Journal article on the event.
10/27/08 — A Boston Globe article highlighted the technological work of the Groden Center's Matthew Goodwin.
03/28/08 — Groden Center celebrates community at 32nd Annual Awards Dinner.
02/27/08 — Groden Center to honor Dean Sue Alexander for two decades of work (Wheaton Wire)
02/16/08 — Dr. June Groden was interviewed by Autism One Radio, an international station run by parents and dedicated to support and education. The interview premieres on February 16th at 1pm EST at www.autismone.org/radio.
- Or you can download and listen to the interview.
12/15/07 — Mike Smith, Director of Vocational Services, was also a guest on Autism One Radio in December.
- Download and listen to his interview.
10/03/07 — The series premiere of "WIRED Science" on PBS featured a story on MIT and the Groden Center's research on face reader technology for teens with Asperger's Syndrome.
July '07 — Special Interest Group Nerwsletter "Autism" highlights - "My Own World" photography project
05/02/07 — Program keeps campus clean, employs disabled (Wheaton Wire)
04/01/07 — Awards to those combating autism
02/16/07 — Management students build skills, help others at the same time (Bryant University)
10/16/06 — Weekend America interviews Matthew Goodwin, Associate Director of Research at the Groden Center, about his work with Emotional Social Intelligence Prosthesis (ESP).
- See ESP in action on the Weekend America web site.
- Listen to Weekend America's 12/16/06 segment on Autism. Matthew's interview begins at the 5:26 mark.
- Please note that you must have RealPlayer to listen to the audio clip.
07/25/06 — Positive Psychology, NBC 10 (Video)
05/14/06 — "They Love Them, No Matter What"