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All news /  2014-03-14 21:03:15 / 

Holly Robinson Peete

Date / 2014-03-14 21:03:15

Autism advocate as well as an actor, Holly Robinson Peete would appear on the Autism Live in the segment for about an hour on Friday, 14th March, 2014, starting from 11:00 a.m. till 12:00 p.m., to discuss about the motherhood, about teen years as well as about the future of the autism. The author, actress, talkshow host as well as philanthropist, which is known as Holly Robinson Peete is completely touched by industry of entertainment all through her life.  At the same time, her career as actress dates also back more about 2 decades and they has even led her to become the voice for their father, their son as well as her community. In the year 1997, Robinson Peete along with her husband, earlier NFL quarterback who is none other than Rodney Peete also formed the foundation of HollyRod which is well inspired by the courageous battle of her father with the disease of Parkinson, with a mission to assist and enhance the quality of the life of all those people along with Parkinson. Then, in the year 2005, which was inspired by eldest son who was diagnosis by autism, the mission of HollyRod Foundation expanded to offer complete support as well as resources to people affected by the diagnosis of autism.  Through HollyRod Foundation as well as their personal experiences of family, Robinson Peete has even become the advocate for constant as well as reliable education, supported and outreach for autism as well as for Parkinson. Moreover, Peete has son who is 16-year-old with the ASD which is also known as autism spectrum disorder and would also share her experience and knowledge that she has gathered all over the years.   Moreover, the Viewers even have a chance to win 2 nabi tablets all the way from Fuhu, Inc. These tablets are really helpful for the children suffering with ASD, as they help in teaching the new skills; they facilitate data collection with communication and also serve as the reward for reinforcing the desired behaviors.