SOURCE: Autism Key

November 16, 2007 10:20 ET

Autism Website Offers YouTube-Style Video Sharing

BOCA RATON, FL--(Marketwire - November 16, 2007) - Autism Key, a support website for parents of children with autism and autism spectrum disorders, has announced the addition of a video sharing feature to its website. The online video community will allow users to upload, watch and exchange videos addressing the subject of autism.

"We're excited about this new addition to our site," said Gary Greaves, owner and founder of

"Uploaded videos will create an interactive, multimedia resource for parents and families," he added.

Similar to YouTube and other popular video sharing websites, visitors will have the ability to watch, rate and comment on videos ranging from recovery clips to autism news stories. The free site also allows viewers to watch videos without the need to register or leave personal information.

A special video channel entitled "Sound Off" will also allow parents to share their frustrations and personal experiences.

"The 'Sound Off' channel will be an open mic of sorts," noted Greaves. "We encourage parents to submit their videos."

Founded in 2005, Autism Key has enjoyed wide popularity and in addition to its new video section, offers autism news, podcasting, autism message boards, local support and educational tools for the autism community.

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