Day: October 20, 2017

Newswire.com: Custom Trained Autism Service Dog to Help 16-Year-Old in Pittsford, New York

Newswire.com: Custom Trained Autism Service Dog to Help 16-Year-Old in Pittsford, New York

A sixteen year old boy named Joshua in Pittsford, New York, receives a highly trained Autism Service Dog from Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers.

Press Release – updated: Oct 19, 2017 19:00 EDT

Pittsford, NY, October 19, 2017 (Newswire.com) – A sixteen-year-old boy named Joshua in Pittsford, New York, received

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- Lost Again

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Lost Again

I know other bloggers will understand when I say I have attachment issues. My parents were never there for me emotionally. My father abusive and my mother totally oblivious.

Children were something you had because it was expected of you. You fed and watered them, supplied all the physical needs and once they were old enough sent them on their way. Because of the abuse and autism, I never felt attached to any of my

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Hollywoodreporter.com: Louis C.K., Stephen Colbert Among Stars to Appear on HBO's Autism Benefit Special

Hollywoodreporter.com: Louis C.K., Stephen Colbert Among Stars to Appear on HBO's Autism Benefit Special

Jon Stewart, Louis C.K. and Stephen Colbert will all appear on HBO’s autism benefit special, ‘NIght of Too Many Stars.’

‘Night of Too Many Stars,’ which previously aired on Comedy Central, will be hosted by ‘Daily Show’ alum Jon Stewart on Nov. 8.

Comedians are lining up to perform on

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Wgntv.com: Program aims to put drivers with autism and officers at ease during traffic stops

Wgntv.com: Program aims to put drivers with autism and officers at ease during traffic stops

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The flashing lights, the sirens. For many drivers, a routine traffic stop can spark anxiety. Now factor in a driver with autism. When it comes to law enforcement, the rules of engagement are clear. But for those who have difficulty processing social

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