Day: June 25, 2017

Thecomeback.com: Lawsuit blames Marcus Camby for death of his 9-year-old autistic nephew

Eight months after Marcus Camby’s 9-year-old nephew drowned in a pond near Camby’s home, the former NBA Defensive Player of the Year has been hit with a wrongful death lawsuit.

According to the Houston Chronicle, the family of Marcus McGhee is suing Camby, alleging that he knew about the boy’s severe

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Thestar.com: Artist, 13, aims to inspire 150 kids before Canada's sesquicentennial

When Aidan Lee was very young, his autism inhibited him from communicating what he was feeling through speech.

“So how I responded was I painted to show my emotions,” said Lee, now 13. He continues to feel most comfortable expressing himself through art, and paints regularly at his home in Oakville.

The

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Bet.com: Former NBA Player Marcus Camby Sued for the Wrongful Death of Autistic Nephew Who Drowned …

Bet.com: Former NBA Player Marcus Camby Sued for the Wrongful Death of Autistic Nephew Who Drowned …

Marcus Camby, a longtime NBA player, is being sued for wrongful death regarding his autistic nephew.

We previously reported about the tragic death that occurred during the Thanksgiving holiday last year. The body of 9-year-old Marcus McGhee was found in a lake on Camby’s Houston-area estate after he went

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Thehindu.com: Demystifying autism

Staff Reporter CHENNAI, June 26, 2017 00:36 IST

Updated: June 26, 2017 00:36 IST

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Cbc.ca: Part of your world: Globe Theatre offers 'accessible' performance of The Little Mermaid

Cbc.ca: Part of your world: Globe Theatre offers 'accessible' performance of The Little Mermaid

Regina resident Michelle Bush had the chance to enjoy theatre in a whole new way on Saturday.

Leaving the Globe Theatre with her friend and her seeing-eye dog, the longtime fan of the theatre said she was often held back because of her visual impairment.

She heard about audio-described performances

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