Unveiling a Remarkable Journey

How Amy Wetherby’s Innovations Reshape Early Autism Intervention

In 2020, Amy Wetherby embarked on a journey as a grandmother that ignited a profound mission to redefine early autism intervention. As a distinguished researcher at Florida State University’s Autism Institute, she engineered groundbreaking tools like Baby Navigator and Autism Navigator, expertly translating intricate scientific insights into actionable guidance for parents. The life of her granddaughter, diagnosed with autism at the age of 24 months, was profoundly transformed. The substantial impact of her efforts has also extended beyond the scope of her own family.

Amy’s work reverberated globally, catalyzing a paradigm shift in autism care by championing timely interventions and bridging the chasm between research and practical application. 

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