Day: March 6, 2018

Kadn.com: 2018 Walk For Hope & Family Fun Day

Kadn.com: 2018 Walk For Hope & Family Fun Day

When: Saturday, April 7

Where: Blackham Coliseum

Times: Gates open at 8:00 with the Walk starting promptly at 9:00am

Description: Walk For Hope is an annual family oriented event to increase autism awareness while raising funds to support people with autism and their families. Money raised allows Autism Society Acadiana

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Wirralglobe.co.uk: Funding boost for Wirral community projects

Wirralglobe.co.uk: Funding boost for Wirral community projects

WIRRAL community projects have been awarded a share of more than £143,000 of National Lottery funding.

The money is being distributed by the Big Lottery Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK.

Among those benefing are Autism Together – receiving £10,000 to deliver sports activities for adults with autism – and Community Cohesion in Birkenhead, which

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Iberkshires.com: College Notes: March 2018

Iberkshires.com: College Notes: March 2018

Chris Tamburrino, left, Miranda Fogg, Alyssa Clark and professor Laura A. Hanratty with the two posters the students presented in Hartford.

A group of master’s students from the College of Our Lady of the Elms in Chicopee contributed to the growing body of research in autism spectrum disorders by presenting posters at

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Effinghamdailynews.com: Chelation dangerous treatment for autism

Effinghamdailynews.com: Chelation dangerous treatment for autism

Almost exactly 20 years ago, British doctor Andrew Wakefield caused a sensation with a now notorious article in a respectable medical journal. The article claimed a link between childhood autism and the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine.

The article was eventually retracted, Wakefield’s license revoked and the content widely discredited,

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Video:Hello World: with Miyah- Hot Dog Joint Now Open but Not Really

Video:Hello World: with Miyah- Hot Dog Joint Now Open but Not Really

Update: The Old Hot Dog factory is now open but the card machine has been down and they are waiting on beer to get delivered. Otherwise high-quality food.
Social media:
Facebook: Hello World with Miyah Sundermeyer
Twitter: @Summergirl43
Instagram: helloworldwithmiyahs

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Video:Hello World: with Miyah- The Reasons Behind my Day in the Life Daily Vlogs

Video:Hello World: with Miyah- The Reasons Behind my Day in the Life Daily Vlogs

Welcome to my Youtube Channel where I blog about
1. My experiences of living on the Autism spectrum
2. My two cents about what’s going on with Autism and the media
3. I also like to blog about things that I am passionate about
4. Give tips and advice to the autism communities
5. Do day in the life vlogging

Social media:
1. Facebook- Hello World with Miyah Sundermeyer
2. Twitter: @Summergirl43
3. Instagram: helloworldwithmiyahs

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Westbridgfordwire.com: Autism-friendly cinema screenings in Nottingham

Westbridgfordwire.com: Autism-friendly cinema screenings in Nottingham

250 cinemas are hosting dedicated autism friendly cinema screenings this month right across the UK in partnership with Dimensions, a national not-for-profit support provider for people with learning disabilities and autism.

Cineworld cinemas show their autism friendly screening on the first Sunday of every month. Their next

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Self.com: This Mom Received an Anonymous Complaint From a Neighbor About Her Son With Autism

Self.com: This Mom Received an Anonymous Complaint From a Neighbor About Her Son With Autism

People with autism are, first and foremost, people. Yet they often face hurtful stereotypes and stigma. That’s why one mother, Magenta Quinn, is speaking out after she received a letter last week from one of her neighbors complaining about her son who has autism. Quinn, who is based in Australia,

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Mydallaspost.com: Misericordia University's Autism Lifelong Learning Program holds open house

Mydallaspost.com: Misericordia University's Autism Lifelong Learning Program holds open house

DALLAS TWP. — The Misericordia University Autism Lifelong Learning Program recently held an informational open house on campus so community members and regional leaders could familiarize themselves with the new program.

Housed in Misericordia University’s Autism Center, the Autism Lifelong Learning Program provides pre-vocational, vocational and community living skills to

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