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Autism Professional Services is a nonprofit organization for people with autism BY people with autism.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Healthcare Services
  • Location Richfield, MN, USA
  • Currency USD
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Company Summary

Autism Professional Services is a nonprofit organization that serves the diagnostic, health care, and counseling needs of adults and children with autism. APS is managed completely BY people with autism, as people with autism know best what their most important needs are. Since most people with autism have very low income due to disabling challenges, one of the goals of APS is to have all services that are provided be paid for entirely by donatio


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    Patrick V Suglia

    Dr. Patrick V. Suglia is the president and founder of Autism Professional Services. He provides all health care related services, and he is the visionary behind many of the operations and services of the organization. Dr. Suglia is a March 2000 graduate of Life University College of Chiropractic in Marietta, GA. Dr. Suglia has a private practice in Richfield, MN. He lectures throughout the U.S. about the challenges of living with autism.

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    Andrea T Walker

    Drea (Kjensmo) Walker is a 2011 graduate of the University of Minnesota. She specializes in multi-modal transportation. She sits on the board of directors or Citizens for Personal Rapid Transit, a nonprofit organization based in Minnesota.

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    Mike Mortenson
    Founding Member

    Mike is a U.S. veteran who works as a mail carrier at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Minneapolis, MN. He is a skilled artist painting portraits of landscapes and his canine companions. Many of the ideas for Autism Professional Services, including the logo design, have been developed through Mike's efforts.

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    Rena Mortenson
    Founding Member

    Rena is a native of Richfield, MN. Despite being disabled because of a severe form of Asperger's Syndrome, she keeps herself very busy caring for her family and her household. Rena has a natural gift for rehabilitating ill and troubled dogs. She lives on a twenty-acre property in Wisconsin with her husband Mike and their ten canine companions.