Day: April 22, 2018

Wbrc.com: Autism Awareness Resource Fair helps families get information they need to help their loved ones

Wbrc.com: Autism Awareness Resource Fair helps families get information they need to help their loved ones

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) –

Over twenty community groups, including clinics, non-profits, and state agencies, gathered inside the Pop Austin Recreation Center in Columbus to help community members on the autism spectrum by giving their families the information they need to help them lead healthy lives.

“And it’s so important for the families

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Myprincegeorgenow.com: PG takes part in 7th annual Autism Awareness Walk

Myprincegeorgenow.com: PG takes part in 7th annual Autism Awareness Walk

Residents gather at Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park for the 7th Annual Autism Awareness Walk | Jeff Slack, MyPGNow

Residents gathered at the Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park to take part in the 7th annual Prince George Autism Awareness Walk.

Northern interior autism society(NIAS), AutismBC and Pacific Autism Family Network(PAFN) PG

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Blueridgenow.com: Autism Society chapter expands resources

Blueridgenow.com: Autism Society chapter expands resources

Rebecca Walter Times-News Staff Writer @BRNRebecca

Michael Rodriguez and his wife Karen, parents of three children on the autism spectrum, moved from northern Georgia to Henderson County because of the community’s welcoming atmosphere and resources, he said.

The addition of a chapter of the Autism Society of North Carolina in

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Wwaytv3.com: Helping those affected by autism prepare to fly

Wwaytv3.com: Helping those affected by autism prepare to fly

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) —  Traveling and navigating the airport process can be challenging for individuals with autism due to sensory overload. So this weekend, the Wilmington International Airport held their 5th Annual Autism Takes Flight event.

The event was first held in 2013, and ILM says it helps

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