Day: August 19, 2017

Crimeonline.com: 'Horrific': Former soldier rapes autistic 2-year-old and video tapes it for his own sadistic pleasure

Crimeonline.com: 'Horrific': Former soldier rapes autistic 2-year-old and video tapes it for his own sadistic pleasure

A Washington judge has sentenced a former soldier, who was accused of child rape and pleaded guilty to creating child porn, to 20 years behind bars, as reported by KHQ.

42-year-old Luis Alberto Morales, who formerly served at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, pleaded guilty to a charge of producing child pornography in May.

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Wnypapers.com: Ortt, Jacobs, Morinello, Dutchess County executive team up for ThinkDIFFERENTLY awareness …

Wnypapers.com: Ortt, Jacobs, Morinello, Dutchess County executive team up for ThinkDIFFERENTLY awareness …

Initiative promotes community inclusiveness & encourages individuals to think differently about those with developmental disabilities

In a joint effort to promote social acceptance and inclusiveness of individuals of all abilities, New York State Sen. Rob Ortt, U.S. Sen. Chris Jacobs and Assemblyman Angelo Morinello teamed up with Dutchess County Executive

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Eveningtimes.co.uk: Glasgow jockey Gary Young undertakes marathon 60-hour DJ challenge for charity

Eveningtimes.co.uk: Glasgow jockey Gary Young undertakes marathon 60-hour DJ challenge for charity

A MARATHON 60-hour charity DJ challenge is under way as a Glasgow jockey aims to raise money for music therapy. 

Gary Young, 41, is fundraising for the Scottish branch of the Nordoff Robbins Charity.

The charity provides life-changing therapy for people with a range of disabilities including autism and dementia. 

He

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Starlocalmedia.com: The Dwain Train: Allen family, friends march for Alzheimer's patient

Starlocalmedia.com: The Dwain Train: Allen family, friends march for Alzheimer's patient

This train can’t be stopped.

The family of Dwain Faso, an Allen resident since 1979, said that Dwain isn’t letting Alzheimer’s slow him down.

In fact, if you go to his webpage for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s website, you’ll see a young-looking, fit man standing poolside.

Dwain’s wife, Cathy

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Castanet.net: 100 men helping kids

Castanet.net: 100 men helping kids

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The Canucks Autism Network’s I CAN Swim program, located at the Parkinson Recreation Centre in Kelowna will be swimming many more lengths, thanks to a donation on Wednesday from men who gave a damn. 

100 Men Who Give a Damn! is a “non-organization”, with groups around the world comprised of

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Northumberlandgazette.co.uk: Centres of excellence vision for pupils with special needs

Northumberlandgazette.co.uk: Centres of excellence vision for pupils with special needs

The creation of new centres of excellence for children with special educational needs is the goal of the councillor now responsible for schools.

Coun Wayne Daley, the new cabinet member for children’s services in the Conservative administration at County Hall, set out his vision for special educational needs (SEN)

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The-journal.com: Federal insurance program for kids at risk

The-journal.com: Federal insurance program for kids at risk

A 20-year federal health program that benefits children in low-income families could lose funding in December, officials report.

The Children’s Health Insurance Program provides health insurance for 74,000 low-income kids in Colorado and almost 1,000 pregnant women living below the poverty level.

In Montezuma County, 570 children are enrolled in

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Politico.com: 5 more charities drop Mar-a-Lago fundraisers

Politico.com: 5 more charities drop Mar-a-Lago fundraisers

The Trump administration continues to feel the backlash from business groups after the president’s handling of the violent clashes in Charlottesville. | Alex Brandon/AP

Five more charities announced Friday they were dropping plans for fundraising events at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, as the administration continues

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Blog:The Silent Wave- Babble [autistic poetry]

Blog:The Silent Wave- Babble [autistic poetry]

I wrote this one back on January 20, 1994, when I was 16 and not well.  There were interesting clues that emerged from the deep, toward the surface, even then.  (Spot the undiagnosed, depressed, 16-year-old autistic female.)  🙂

The sun was sad today…you know…how it beats down hard in mid-afternoon…this one–peachish color… So sad…so normal…so heavenly. One can dream then…an escape. Ever do that?  Ever escape? Yeah, it was never so fun for me. Should’ve

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