Life Links Announces Help For Autism And Learning Disabilities

Ann Arbor, MI (PressExposure) July 26, 2008 -- Barbara Marynowski, a spokeswoman for LIFE LINKS, announced today that the LIFE LINKS Internet site now features a new section offering resources for families and friends of children and adults challenged by autism and other learning disabilities.

"A large percentage of the American population is affected by autism and other learning disabilities, and we wanted to assemble a resource which people can immediately access to help them understand more about autism and learning disabilities, and to get the help and support that they vitally need," said Marynowski.

LIFE LINKS is a public service organization which was started by Internal Energy Plus and the Children's International Obesity Foundation. They have since been joined in the effort by the Police Athletic League, The National Networker and a number of other like-mind humanitarian organizations. The website for LIFE LINKS is The site provides helpful resources for a wide variety of problems faced by Americans.

The new help section, titled AUTISM AND LEARNING DISABILITIES, can be found in the Resource Links Section.

About Life Links

LIFE LINKS is an unincorporated, non-profit, humanitarian public service co-venture initially started by INTERNAL ENERGY PLUS, LLC and The CHILDREN’S INTERNATIONAL OBESITY FOUNDATION. Since then, other organizations, including the POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE of NEW YORK CITY, have joined the coalition to upgrade and improve the usefulness of the website. LIFE LINKS provides and maintains an extensive online national resources Directory (at for emergency services and assistance. The Directory is comprehensive and addresses issues of mental health, domestic violence, financial emergencies, chronic illnesses, substance addictions, legal problems, child care, the elderly, homelessness and housing, unemployment and special issues of soldiers returning from Iraq (as well as those of veterans of other wars fought for the defense of the United States).

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Press Release Submitted On: July 23, 2008 at 4:16 pm
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