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Go.com: Missing 5-year-old boy with autism presumed dead; father arrested for 'intentionally' killing him: Authorities

Go.com: Missing 5-year-old boy with autism presumed dead; father arrested for 'intentionally' killing him: Authorities

A 5-year-old boy with autism who was reported missing in Tennessee earlier this week is believed to be dead, and his father is under arrest for “intentionally” killing him, authorities said Saturday.

Joseph Ray Daniels, 29, was arrested Saturday morning and charged with one count of criminal homicide, after authorities determined

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Survivalblog.com: Caring for Children on the Autism Spectrum During TEOTWAWKI- Part 2, by Grey Woman

Survivalblog.com: Caring for Children on the Autism Spectrum During TEOTWAWKI- Part 2, by Grey Woman

The focus of this article is on prepping for children and adolescents on the mid to lower functioning end of the autism spectrum. If you are the parent or caretaker of an autistic child, I’m sure you have already considered your child’s or adolescent’s special needs and planned accordingly. This

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Telegraph.co.uk: France's 'scandalous' approach to autism to be totally overhauled, government promises

Telegraph.co.uk: France's 'scandalous' approach to autism to be totally overhauled, government promises

France on Friday promised to offer places for all autistic children in nursery schools as it unveiled a €340m (£297m) overhaul of its approach to the disorder, which experts and the United Nations denounce as woefully retrograde.

While France is widely lauded for its public health care system, it has been

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Kiwaradio.com: Village Northwest Helping Those With Autism Access Their Greatest Potential

Kiwaradio.com: Village Northwest Helping Those With Autism Access Their Greatest Potential

Sheldon, Iowa — April is Autism Awareness Month. Village Northwest Unlimited serves many people with autism and they are reminding people of Autism Awareness Month in a number of ways.

Ryan Groeneweg with the Village tells us what autism is.

http://kiwaradio.com/files/Groeneweg2018a.mp3He says many times they take language literally and would

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Ems1.com: Organization donates toys for responders to give patients with autism

Ems1.com: Organization donates toys for responders to give patients with autism

By Samantha McDaniel-OgletreeJacksonville Journal-Courier

PIKE COUNTY, Ill. — A Pike County-based not-for-profit has designed toys for first responders to give to kids with autism during emergency situations.

Bursting Bubbles, an organization that helps develop mental health programs and provide mental health education, has donated more than 100 fidget toys to Pittsfield

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Sciencealert.com: There's a Link Between Autism And Epilepsy, And Scientists Might Have Figured It Out

Sciencealert.com: There's a Link Between Autism And Epilepsy, And Scientists Might Have Figured It Out

Researchers have discovered why a mutated gene causes seizures in some children who have autism.

Autism spectrum disorder is a highly prevalent neurodevelopmental disorder – affecting one in 68 children – characterized by a range of symptoms, including difficulty with communication and social interactions.

One third of children who have

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Clarionledger.com: Fatherhood, autism, hurricanes, partnership, drama: campus briefs

Clarionledger.com: Fatherhood, autism, hurricanes, partnership, drama: campus briefs

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That’s not grandpa, that’s dad. A new study reveals new dads are now at their oldest. Buzz60

Dustin Parsons, a University of Mississippi senior lecturer in English, has published “Exploded View: Essays on Fatherhood, with Diagrams,” a book of “graphic” essays.(Photo: Special to the Clarion Ledger)

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Wfxl.com: Local organization to host Autism Acceptance Festival

Wfxl.com: Local organization to host Autism Acceptance Festival

Local organization to host Autism Acceptance Festival./ Photo: Alexandria Ikomoni

A local organization will be hosting their annual Autism Acceptance Festival to help people understand how autism impacts the community.

Beckhom Behavioral Consultant is hosting the free event to promote awareness of people affected by autism.

There will be

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