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Cbs58.com: Oak Creek Autistic Singer Eric Look meets Artist AJ Croce at South Milwaukee Performing Arts …

Cbs58.com: Oak Creek Autistic Singer Eric Look meets Artist AJ Croce at South Milwaukee Performing Arts …

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Mayor Tom Barrett introduces autistic singer Eric Look at Summerfest A.J. Croce is currently on tour Sebastian Smith Late Singer Jim Croce A local autistic singer got to meet one of

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Deccanchronicle.com: Kerala to get 140 autism parks in three years: Education minister C Raveendranath

Deccanchronicle.com: Kerala to get 140 autism parks in three years: Education minister C Raveendranath

KOZHIKODE: “The state government will construct autism parks for the differently-abled children in all the 140 assembly constituencies in the state  in the next three years,” said Prof C Raveedranath, education minister. The parks will have professionals appointed to train such children  for their overall development. The minister was talking to

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Nj.com: Driver left autistic child alone on school bus for 4 hours, cops say

Nj.com: Driver left autistic child alone on school bus for 4 hours, cops say

NEW BRUNSWICK — A bus driver has been charged with leaving a 9-year-old autistic child on a school bus for four hours Thursday, according to authorities. 

Hardy Sannoh, 60, of New Brunswick, was arrested and faces a charge of endangering the welfare of the child, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey said

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Thestar.com: Family battling for son's right to autism therapy in school launches human rights complaint

Thestar.com: Family battling for son's right to autism therapy in school launches human rights complaint

But Skrt, who works as an education resource worker for the board, said she believes the system is letting her son down.

She said her family initially balked at the prospect of a long and costly battle before the tribunal, but said the alternative was compromising Jack’s future.

“There’s so

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News-medical.net: New study maps human genome to healthy tissue functions and disease processes

News-medical.net: New study maps human genome to healthy tissue functions and disease processes

October 13, 2017

Our genomes help to determine who we are – the countless variations between individuals that encode the complexity of tissues and functions throughout the body. Since scientists first decoded a draft of the human genome more than 15 years ago, many questions have lingered, two of which

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Nationalpost.com: Ontario family takes school board to human rights tribunal for allegedly refusing to allow autism therapy

Nationalpost.com: Ontario family takes school board to human rights tribunal for allegedly refusing to allow autism therapy

TORONTO — An Ontario family has launched a human rights complaint against a school board in an effort to get a popular form of therapy for autistic children provided to their son in class.

Beth Skrt of Mississauga, Ont., alleges the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board has consistently refused

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Wsaw.com: New autism facility seeks to address need for more treatment options in central Wis.

Wsaw.com: New autism facility seeks to address need for more treatment options in central Wis.

WESTON, Wis. (WSAW) — Local professionals say more options are needed when it comes to treatments for kids with autism in central Wisconsin. A recently opened autism center in Weston is aiming to address that need,

According to the Autism Society of Wisconsin, about 1 in 92 individuals are diagnosed

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Mypalmbeachpost.com: Suit: PBG teacher made class vote on whether autistic boy was annoying

Mypalmbeachpost.com: Suit: PBG teacher made class vote on whether autistic boy was annoying

PALM BEACH GARDENS —

A Palm Beach Gardens elementary school teacher forced a 9-year-old autistic boy to stand in front of his class twice last year while classmates voted on whether the boy was “annoying,” a federal lawsuit alleges.

When the boy began crying and turned away to hide his tears,

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