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Dad Blogger Promotes Acceptance Towards Autism Through Social Media

KultureCity Partners with Lean Green DAD

WINTER GARDEN, FL (February 22, 2016) – Central Florida-based blogger Cory Warren has partnered with KultureCity, one of the nation’s top non-profit organizations to break stigmas and create a larger acceptance for children and families affected by autism. The partnership will kick off the week of February 22-26, 2016 with blog posts and social media status updates on that include resources, facts and tips to help create a greater understanding for autism as National Autism Awareness month approaches in April.

Among the resources and information presented throughout the week will be a podcast featuring KultureCity founder Julian Maha on Lean Green DAD Radio™ (available on iTunes) and a review of the lifeBOKS, which is the organization’s initiative that helps prevent wandering and wandering-related accidents and deaths in children with autism. There will also be facts and information shared throughout the week via Facebook and Twitter.

“I am honored to work with such a passionate, dedicated group of volunteers to help spread awareness and acceptance for this often invisible disability,” says Warren.

“We at KultureCity are truly honored to work with Cory. His inspirational blog and podcast fits in greatly with our message of acceptance, hope and inclusion. We are truly excited in partnering with him and helping change the kulture together.” says Maha.

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About Cory Warren and Lean Green DAD

Cory is a husband, father of three, and vegan athlete. His blog, Lean Green DAD is a lifestyle blog about food, family and fun that helps passionate people, mostly parents, who have over-scheduled, busy lives maintain a healthy balance of plant-based nutrition, fitness and overall wellness. For more information, visit

About KultureCity

Founded in 2013, KultureCity is an impact-driven nonprofit with the mission to create a world where all individuals with autism and their families can be accepted and treated equally. The organization fundamentally believes that these children are not limited by their diagnosis and deserve a future without limits. Its programs reflect its mission to change the “kulture” on how autism is viewed in the world today. To date, KultureCity has helped more than 14,893 individuals with its toy and tablet programs, as well as the lifeBOKS initiative that helps prevent wandering and wandering-related accidents and deaths in children with autism. It has also launched several sensory-friendly initiatives that focus on making local attractions and restaurants sensory-friendly. For more information, visit


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