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Baltimoreravens.com: The Caw: How the Ravens Unknowingly Helped a Spanish Boy With Autism

Baltimoreravens.com: The Caw: How the Ravens Unknowingly Helped a Spanish Boy With Autism

Sometimes life provides us with clothes full of thorns (fears, problems, incomprehension). If they do appear, remember this kind cactus, and I encourage you to overcome them. – Luis Rodriguez

The above passage was delivered in a note to the Ravens, along with a book written by Rodriguez about his

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Businessrecord.com: The Homestead rebrands as Balance Autism, plans further growth

Businessrecord.com: The Homestead rebrands as Balance Autism, plans further growth

The Homestead announced Thursday it has rebranded as Balance Autism, a change that the organization says will position it for further growth to serve children and adults with autism in Iowa and to expand its services into other states. 

About 175 staff, board and family members and other guests attended an

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Fox21online.com: Autism In the Northland

Fox21online.com: Autism In the Northland

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental condition that can cause significant challenges in social interaction, communication and behavior.

May 17, 2018

DULUTH, Minn. – Autism is something many children and their families have to live with every day and it’s more common than you might think.

Life with autism is

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Katu.com: OHSU doctors partner with hundreds of families for in-depth autism study

Katu.com: OHSU doctors partner with hundreds of families for in-depth autism study

by Jackie Labrecque, KATU News

PORTLAND, Ore. — 

A massive autism study called SPARK is underway at Oregon Health and Science University, and researchers say they’re hoping to unveil more about the developmental disorder.

Julie and Richard Sterrett’s identical twin boys Andre and Jordan have been enrolled in OHSU’s

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Wctv.tv: Increasing autism in the workforce

Wctv.tv: Increasing autism in the workforce

By: Abby Walton | WCTV Eyewitness NewsMay 17, 2018

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — Making connections through conversation, selling your skills and going through a resume; all things that happen at job fairs.

It’s a part of life most of us experience. However for a growing part of our population finding

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Wdio.com: Autism Rocks Fundraiser to Help Support Superior Program

Wdio.com: Autism Rocks Fundraiser to Help Support Superior Program

She says the donations will go a long way in supporting the diverse students in their program. 

 “I have students with severe cognitive and communication disabilities to those who are some the smartest kids in the school but they all share some common challenges,” said Patricia Dodge, the Superior Middle School teacher who

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Babble.com: How an “Awesome” Company Founded by 2 Moms Is Giving Back to the Autism Community

Babble.com: How an “Awesome” Company Founded by 2 Moms Is Giving Back to the Autism Community

Image Source: Adam Lowe Photography / The Awesome Company

If you want to really change the world, then consider getting some moms involved. Not only are moms incredibly hard workers (seriously, you should see a mom rage clean), but they’re also smart, resourceful, and filled with the exact kind of

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Longisland.com: Lupinacci Honors Mothers of Children with Autism and Other Special Needs For Mother's Day

Longisland.com: Lupinacci Honors Mothers of Children with Autism and Other Special Needs For Mother's Day

Old Bethpage, NY – May 17, 2018 – Town of Huntington Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci joined Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE) to host a Mother’s Day Reception for mothers of children with autism and other special needs at FREE headquarters

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