Our Mission

"Love Makes the Heart Complete"

Here at Liquid Drum and Bass 4 Autism, our mission is raise autism awareness and funds for autism treatment research/parent training to enhance the quality of life of children with autism, their families, and society through  Liquid Drum & Bass musical productions and dance competitions.

Liquid Drum and Bass 4 autism will also distribute empirically-supported research and literature in Applied Behavior Analysis  to underserved, rural and/or agricultural areas of Greece and other countries in the native language of the country  at our Liquid Drum and Bass 4 Autism music concerts and dance competitions. 

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100% of Proceeds go directly to
St. Paul's Autism Research and Training Academy

Every Purchase you make from Liquid Drum and Bass goes to supporting children with Severe Autism in under served, rural communities. 

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SPARTA is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization founded by Dr. Michael Lafasakis which aims to conduct research and provide empirically supported treatments in Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in the school and at homes with their parents and family members.

Autism prevalence is an issue that requires further study throughout the world, however it is believed to be growing in  rural areas and cities an an alarming rate. SPARTA and other dedicated research organizations have been studying autism  for years. We believe SPARTA's initiative can help children with severe Autism in these unserved locations.

Although autism has been an epidemic in America, Greece is proud of a culture that is based on tolerance and acceptance, autism has emerged as a social issue only during the last few years thanks to the efforts of a handful of scientists and parents. This has been due in part to lack of state funding for research and proper supportive structures within the educational and health system, delayed diagnosis, lack of training programs for teachers and parents, lack of a unified and structured awareness campaign, and a reluctance of several parents to accept the condition of their children and step forward. Experience has shown that local communities can be accepting and supportive as long as they have proper “coaching.” This is where efforts like ours come in.As our mission states, SPARTA’s programs involve a multi-dimensional approach of treatment, education, and research.

To learn more and see SPARTA's progress visit spartanyc.org

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