Jesse A. Torisky, Esquire
Jesse obtained a B.A. in Communications in 1982 from Penn State University. In 1985 he obtained a J.D. from Duquesne University. Jesse is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio, as well as the U.S. DistrictCourt for the Western District of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Daniel A. Torisky
Founder, President Emeritus
Parent of autistic son, Edward, born 1957. President, Autism – Pittsburgh,1996-present. Secretary, Autism Society of Pennsylvania, 1999-present. Member (10-term president), Board of Trustees, Western Center and Mayview Mental Retardation Unit, 1976-2001. Secretary, Parents Group, Western Center, 1967-2002.
Mary lives in Evans City, PA with her husband, Davy and their two sons, Lucas and Nickolas. Lucas is a typical 26 year old graduate of Washington & Jefferson College (undergraduate) and Carlow University (graduate program). Nickolas, 24 years old, has autism and graduated from Pressley Ridge School for Autism in 2017.
Shannon is the book-keeper for the Autism – Pittsburgh. She has been a freelance book-keeper since 2015 and prior to that was a book-keeper for her family’s printing company – Specialty Printing Inc since 1992. She also has a paralegal degree.
11676 Perry Highway, Suite 1200
Professional Building #1
Wexford, PA 15090
Butler County Office
PO Box 275
202 E Main Street
Evans City, PA 16033
4903 Old William Penn Highway
Monroeville, PA 15146
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The Autism-Pittsburgh, Inc. is recognized by Guidestar as a non-profit organization. Our Bridge # is 1371707968. Our Objective is to improve the lives of those struggling with autism and to help autism involved parents, families and professionals grow by providing as much relevant information on autism spectrum disorders as is known to us.