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Fourstateshomepage.com: Freeman Medical Focus: Autism Diet Concerns

Fourstateshomepage.com: Freeman Medical Focus: Autism Diet Concerns

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JOPLIN, Mo. – “Feeding issues are very common with kids with autism. It’s estimated that children with autism are five times more likely to have a feeding disorder,” says

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Mamamia.com.au: Mum of boy with autism writes: 'Today, our supermarket trip was a milestone for us.'

Mamamia.com.au: Mum of boy with autism writes: 'Today, our supermarket trip was a milestone for us.'

A Melbourne mother has shared her experience grocery shopping with her autistic son in Coles’ new “Quiet Hour”, an initiative designed to benefit customers on the autism spectrum.

Lachlan is eight years old. He has never attended a full day of school, a failure on behalf of the education system

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Houstonchronicle.com: Glitch sparks concerns about fully funding new grant programs for kids with disabilities

Houstonchronicle.com: Glitch sparks concerns about fully funding new grant programs for kids with disabilities

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Michael Crighton, 12, dries his tears after getting emotional recalling not being able to keep up with his classmates during class. Crighton was born premature at 24 weeks and has been diagnosed with autism. While he was a student in the general

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Turnto23.com: Pesticide linked to autism, lower IQ found in high levels in Kern County

Turnto23.com: Pesticide linked to autism, lower IQ found in high levels in Kern County

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – A neurotoxic pesticide linked to autism and lowered IQ has been found in the air in Kern County, according to a study released Thursday. 

The California Department of Pesticide Regulation found that the pesticide, called Chlorpyrifos, is in the air at a rate of 18 times higher

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Wtov9.com: Help for parents, caregivers of children with autism offered in Wheeling

Wtov9.com: Help for parents, caregivers of children with autism offered in Wheeling

Help for parents, caregivers of children with autism offered in Wheeling

OHIO COUNTY, W. Va. — 

Help for parents and caregivers of children dealing with autism is now being offered in Wheeling through a five-part series of meetings.

Wheeling Hospital, Marshall County Schools and Marshall University’s Autism Training Center

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Somersetlive.co.uk: Spiders could be heading indoors earlier than usual this summer: why it happens and what you …

Somersetlive.co.uk: Spiders could be heading indoors earlier than usual this summer: why it happens and what you …

If you are scared of spiders you may wish to stop reading now – or at least take a few deep breaths.

Because the eight-legged creepy-crawlies could be about to surge in number, weeks earlier than expected.

Spider mating season normally begins in early September, around the same time that

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Liherald.com: They do so like fundraising

Liherald.com: They do so like fundraising

Two former Lawrence Woodmere Academy Summer Day campers returned on Aug. 10 as they co-directed a performance of “Seusssical.” The musical is based on several of Dr. Seuss’s stories, with the goal to raise money for NEXT for Autism, a nonprofit dedicated to helping people with autism and their families.

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Dailyherald.com: Naperville Little Friends adds seven board members

Dailyherald.com: Naperville Little Friends adds seven board members

Seven new members have joined the board of directors of Naperville-based Little Friends, which serves children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities.

“I appreciate their passion and commitment to help Little Friends and look forward to working with them to expand Little Friends’ reach and impact throughout the

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Whatsoninthenortheast.co.uk: Autism Friendly Family Activity: Lovely Lions

Whatsoninthenortheast.co.uk: Autism Friendly Family Activity: Lovely Lions

A special early bird opening for children with autism, learning or sensory impairments.

Children with autism, learning or sensory impairments, together with their families and carers, are invited to take part in our quiet-time craft activities. Make a lion mask. Free with usual admission.

We hope you will come along and enjoy

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Mdcoastdispatch.com: 'It's all about the kids. We just want them to have an amazing day and we want the families to feel …

Mdcoastdispatch.com: 'It's all about the kids. We just want them to have an amazing day and we want the families to feel …

Surfers Healing co-founder Izzy Paskowitz celebrates with a surfer after a nice ride on Wednesday. Photo by Steve Green

OCEAN CITY – Surfers Healing returned to the beaches of Ocean City this week for a day-long surfing camp that gives children with autism and their families a sense of

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