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Centralillinoisproud.com: Halloween even for children with autism and special needs

Centralillinoisproud.com: Halloween even for children with autism and special needs

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Today.com: 'I spend hours planning': How parents of kids with autism make Halloween a treat

Today.com: 'I spend hours planning': How parents of kids with autism make Halloween a treat

Many children love costumes, haunted houses, candy, and the chaos of Halloween, but for children on the autism spectrum, the holiday can feel overwhelming. So their parents find creative solutions to make sure the day is a treat.

Last year, 7-year-old Zachary wanted to be Darth Vader for Halloween. But

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Theboltonnews.co.uk: Loving sister appeals to nation to help her autistic brother, from Bolton, celebrate his 21st

Theboltonnews.co.uk: Loving sister appeals to nation to help her autistic brother, from Bolton, celebrate his 21st

A LOVING sister has shared an emotional appeal for the nation to help her autistic brother celebrate his 21st birthday.

The idea is simple – for kind-hearted folk to send Bolton’s James Weir a birthday card.

Sister Lucy, aged 23, said that autism has caused James to be anxious and

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Midulstermail.co.uk: 'Wheely' great cycling scheme from Autism NI Mid Ulster

Midulstermail.co.uk: 'Wheely' great cycling scheme from Autism NI Mid Ulster

Published: 16:31 Thursday 26 October 2017

Autism NI Mid Ulster Support Group has held a six-week ‘Balanceability’ programme at Cookstown Leisure Centre, funded by NIE Networks Charities Fund enabling children with Autism to learn how to ride their bicycles.

Autism NI Parent Liaison Officer for Mid Ulster Clare Morse

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Longisland.com: Adelphi University Presents Innovative Theater Experience for People on the Autism Spectrum on November 12

Longisland.com: Adelphi University Presents Innovative Theater Experience for People on the Autism Spectrum on November 12

Explore how a young orphan ultimately became Peter Pan.

Garden City, NY – October 26, 2017 – Live theater has made great strides in accessibility for people who are visual or hearing impaired and for those with mobility issues, but designing and presenting productions for audiences with differing cognitive abilities is

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Mirror.co.uk: “I'm not a bad mum”: Woman filmed dragging child, 4, in street insists it's “only way” to move autistic …

Mirror.co.uk: “I'm not a bad mum”: Woman filmed dragging child, 4, in street insists it's “only way” to move autistic …

The woman who was filmed dragging her child along a pavement in Liverpool city centre has hit back at her critics arguing she is “not a bad mum”.

The unnamed mum-of-one – first reported in a Mirror Online article last night – when she was filmed dragging a boy along

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Suttonguardian.co.uk: Autism school in Sutton demonstrates democracy during its election week

Suttonguardian.co.uk: Autism school in Sutton demonstrates democracy during its election week

A specialist autism school in Sutton showed democracy in action last week as they held their own student elections.

Eagle House school on Brighton Road held a democracy week where lessons focused on the value of voting and candidates put up manifesto posters and conducted speeches.

Chair of Sutton Council’s

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Looktothestars.org: Autism Speaks' Into The Blue Fashion Gala Is A Huge Success

Looktothestars.org: Autism Speaks' Into The Blue Fashion Gala Is A Huge Success

On Saturday, October 21st, 2017, celebrity and fashionable guests alike arrived at Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles for the Autism Speaks’ Into The Blue Fashion Gala.

Autism Speaks Into The Blue Fashion GalaCredit/Copyright: Araya Diaz

Hosted by Entertainment Tonight’s Keltie Knight, Into The Blue took a seat at the

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Mirror.co.uk: 'Stop laughing at my little girl': Mum's plea as she desperately tries to raise cash for autism tests for daughter

Mirror.co.uk: 'Stop laughing at my little girl': Mum's plea as she desperately tries to raise cash for autism tests for daughter

A mum has criticised strangers who she says laugh in public at her three-year-old girl who has a problem dealing with noise.

Cora McDonald suspects daughter is on the autistic spectrum but cannot afford to get her tested.

The 25-year-old is desperately trying to raise £500 for a private sensory

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Abc15.com: Video captures Florida school bus aide pinching, threatening boy with autism

Abc15.com: Video captures Florida school bus aide pinching, threatening boy with autism

In a surveillance video dated Feb. 24, 2015, for more than 40 minutes, Palm Beach County (Fla.) School District Bus Aide Christopher Barker can be seen on camera, pinching, grabbing, elbowing, and threatening a student.

“You’re not supposed to hurt children. He didn’t just physically abuse him, he mentally abused him,”

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Bookshark.com: Homeschooling as a Solution to Autism and Asperger's Bullying

Bookshark.com: Homeschooling as a Solution to Autism and Asperger's Bullying

Five year olds aren’t supposed to hate kindergarten, but Gracie did. She cried every morning before drop off; her mother would find her in the principal’s office after school. Conversations at home grew less and less animated. By midyear, she barely spoke about school at all.

Gracie’s parents, Mark and

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