Grafton Receives First Time Ever Autism Speaks Grant

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Winchester, VA, November 5, 2014 –Autism Speaks, Capital Area Chapter awards Grafton Integrated Health Network a $5,000 grant for its program entitled, A Crisis Management Tool for Families and Educators to minimize the use of restraints and seclusion.

In 2009, Autism Speaks endorsed the Preventing Harmful Restraint and Seclusion in Schools Act.

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Independent Living Program for Teens Launches in Leesburg

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Leesburg, Virginia, August 4, 2014 –Grafton Integrated Health Network (Grafton) is pleased to announce the launch of our Independent Living Program for Loudoun County youth (in the custody of the Department of Social Services).  The program at Grafton’s Leesburg campus is designed to help provide individuals (ages 15-21) with services and skills to promote advocacy, leadership and independence.

The program is designed to help youth develop functional autonomy, positive decision making skills, and a healthy lifestyle within the context of natural community supports.

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Grafton Programs Earn Highest Possible Recognition from International Commission

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Winchester, Virginia—December 19, 2013—The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International announced that the following Grafton programs have been accredited for a period of three years, CARF’s highest level possible: • Applied Behavior Analysis Services • Intensive Outpatient Program • Outpatient Services • Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services This accreditation decision represents the highest level of accreditation that can be awarded to an organization and is an indication of Grafton’s dedication and commitment to improving the quality lives of those served.

Brian Boon, President/CEO of CARF shares, “Services, personnel and documentation clearly indicate an established pattern of practice excellence.

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Jefferson County Public Schools Partners with Private Behavioral Healthcare Provider to Serve Children with Autism

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Charles Town, West Virginia, December 18, 2013 –Grafton Integrated Health Network (Grafton) and Jefferson County schools have partnered to provide services for children with autism in TA Lowery Elementary classroom in Charles Town, West Virginia.

Historically, local school systems would identify resources to serve children with significant behavioral, intellectual and developmental challenges within their schools and on occasion, would transport children to facilities outside of their state when necessary.

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AudioEye and Grafton to Launch Highly Anticipated Goal Mastery Platform in United States, Japan and Australia

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AudioEye and Grafton to Launch Highly Anticipated Goal Mastery Platform in United States, Japan and Australia Reliable Evidenced Based Outcomes Optimization Technologies (R.E.B.O.O.T.) Platform Designed to Improve Behavioral Health Treatment Outcomes TUCSON, AZ--(Marketwired - Dec 11, 2013) - AudioEye(R), Inc.

(OTCQB: AEYE) ("AudioEye" or the "Company"), creator of the Audio Internet(TM) patented audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform, today announced that, along with the Grafton Integrated Health Network, it has developed a patent pending technology platform called Reliable Evidenced Based Outcomes Optimization Technologies (R.E.B.O.O.T.) that will be launched in the United States, Japan and Australia.

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Australian Parliament Representative meets with Grafton Executives

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News: For Immediate Release AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT REPRESENTATIVE MEETS WITH GRAFTON EXECUTIVES Australian Parliamentary Secretary Visits to Learn About Grafton Model Winchester, Virginia, July 8, 2013 –Andrea Coote, Parliamentary Secretary for Families and Community Services in Victoria, Australia is scheduled to visit Grafton July 8–July 10th to learn more about Grafton’s best practices.  Since 2009, Grafton has been providing consultation and training services in Australia related to “Ukeru”—The Least Resistance Approach to Crisis Management and “REBOOT” a mobile application designed for clinical and organizational decision-making.

Although Grafton had just begun an initiative to reduce restraint and seclusion in 2004, a tragic event at the organization galvanized the entire team towards non-coercive treatment practices.

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AudioEye and Grafton Integrated Health Network Announce Technology Development Partnership

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News: For Immediate Release Grafton Launches Audio Internet™ Powered Website and is Developing Behavioral Healthcare Mobile Technology Platform with AudioEye Tucson, Arizona and Winchester, Virginia –May 10, 2013-AudioEye®, Inc.

(OTCBB: AEYE), the creators of the Audio Internet™, the patented audio browsing and automated publishing technology, announced today it has been working under contract with Grafton Integrated Health Network and has launched its patented Audio Internet technology at Grafton’s website www.grafton.org.

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Governor McDonnell Proclaims March Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

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News: For Immediate Release Governor McDonnell Proclaims March Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month Winchester, Virginia, March 15, 2013 –Last week, Governor McDonnell proclaimed March Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in the state of Virginia.

In his proclamation, the governor recognized the value and potential of the nearly 145,000 adults and children across the Commonwealth who are estimated to have a developmental disability.

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Grafton Receives National Recognition for Excellence in Behavioral Healthcare Management

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News: For Immediate Release Grafton Receives National Recognition for Excellence in Behavioral Healthcare Management Winchester, Virginia, March 1, 2013 –Grafton Integrated Health Network wins the National Council 2013 Impact Award for “Excellence in Behavioral Healthcare Management.” The Excellence in Behavioral Healthcare Management Award recognizes an organization that has demonstrated effective and innovative programs currently in use to minimize risk and liability.

These programs improve the operation of the organization or the lives of the people it serves.

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Community Behavioral Resource Center Opens in Bradenton

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News: For Immediate Release Community Behavioral Resource Center Opens in Bradenton Bradenton, Florida, January 2, 2013 –Grafton Integrated Health Network (Grafton) is pleased to announce the opening of their walk-in Community Behavioral Resource Center on January 9, 2013.

Grafton is a behavioral healthcare not-for-profit organization that has provided services to children, adolescents and adults for more than a half century.

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