Day: July 9, 2017

Sde.co.ke: The Trend's Ciru Muriuki pleads for help to fulfill the wish of her autistic sister

Sde.co.ke: The Trend's Ciru Muriuki pleads for help to fulfill the wish of her autistic sister

Ciru Muriuki and her sister Karen

Ciru Muriuki introduced her autistic sister to the world opening up on living with a sister with a disability most never understood. She shed some light on their relationship as well.

The outspoken feminist made a plea to her followers asking them to help her

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Leicestermercury.co.uk: 11 Autism friendly activities for young people and adults in Leicestershire

Leicestermercury.co.uk: 11 Autism friendly activities for young people and adults in Leicestershire

When you are a young person or adult with a diagnosis of autism, day-to-day activities can sometimes be difficult. Just getting out and about can take a real strain on the yourself and your family. It can be good to know that there are activities and events available within Leicestershire

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Dispatch.com: Special screenings make arts accessible for autistic, elderly

Dispatch.com: Special screenings make arts accessible for autistic, elderly

Eric Lagatta The Columbus Dispatch @EricLagatta

The Dublin movie theater hummed with activity on a rainy Friday morning as 22 youngsters eagerly awaited a private screening of  “Cars 3.”

The children and their parents retrieved tickets from event coordinator Sarah Smalley — dressed in an “Autism Mom” T-shirt — and

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Burtonmail.co.uk: Uttoxeter's DE Healthcare up for national award for caring for adults with learning disabilities

Burtonmail.co.uk: Uttoxeter's DE Healthcare up for national award for caring for adults with learning disabilities

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A caring Uttoxeter company could be in line for a national award for its work looking after adults with learning difficulties.

DE Healthcare, based at The Hub, at the Advance Business Growth Centre in Church Street, has been shortlisted for two accolades in the National Learning Disabilities and

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Liverpoolecho.co.uk: Mum swaps dental nurse career for bodybuilding – and the transformation is amazing

These incredible pictures show how a single mum transformed into a champion bodybuilder by eating six meals a day.

Amy Newall, from Kirkby , said she became hooked on muscling up after watching a bodybuilder show in 2014.

The 29-year-old said: “I just fell in love with them as soon

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Ridgecrestca.com: 'With great power comes … great donations'

Ridgecrestca.com: 'With great power comes … great donations'

Spiderman delivers Desert Valleys donation to Ridgecrest Autism Awareness Friday

Michael Smit Staff Writer

Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear red and blue spandex, use web shooters to swing from buildings, and, apparently, hand out financial donations to nonprofit organizations.

Spiderman swung by Ridgecrest Cinemas on Thursday afternoon, right

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Blastingnews.com: A Florida dad is pushing for 'autism warning signs' to alert drivers

Blastingnews.com: A Florida dad is pushing for 'autism warning signs' to alert drivers

A father from Citrus County, Florida, is frustrated and afraid of drivers who are constantly speeding past his home. While speeding drivers can make a neighborhood unsafe for children, Chris Jaymes is especially concerned about how dangerous the speeding drivers are making it for his #Autistic son to play outside.

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Crimeonline.com: Police: Deaf, autistic teen who dresses as superhero gets beaten by random stranger who 'wanted …

An autistic Florida teen loves to dress as a superhero and wave to people passing by, but one grumpy passerby decided to attack him on Thursday without provocation, according to police.

ABC9 reports that Rae Pitt, 19, a deaf and autistic teenager, wears a Superman outfit daily, which gained him the nickname “Minneola Superhero”

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Fosters.com: With no place to go, autistic young man spent 28 days in Exeter ER

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