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Mamamia.com.au: Family of teen with autism gets a letter asking them to move out of the building.

Mamamia.com.au: Family of teen with autism gets a letter asking them to move out of the building.

A family in Bal Harbour, Florida, has received a letter complaining about their teenaged daughter and asking them to move out of their apartment complex.

The writer of the letter holds the sixteen-year-old-girl’s autism responsible for her “major issues” that prevent her from being “socialized with others.” The writer

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Vietnamnews.vn: Autism: Don't let it be a lonely world

Vietnamnews.vn: Autism: Don't let it be a lonely world

Viet Nam News

By Dr. Jonathan Halevy

Understanding autism

Human beings are “social creatures”. We communicate through body language, gestures, facial expressions, sounds and verbal language. A child with autism, however, is unable to learn these social and communication skills. He has difficulty in understanding and developing a language; he won’t show interest

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Noise11.com: Neil Young, Sheryl Crow, Patti Smith Light Up The Blues For Autism In LA

Noise11.com: Neil Young, Sheryl Crow, Patti Smith Light Up The Blues For Autism In LA

Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Burt Bacharach, Judy Collins, Sheryl Crow, Beck, Patti Smith, Heartbreakers’ Benmont Tench and Mike Campbell as well as Chris and Oliver Stills gathered in Los Angeles to play for Autism on Saturday night (21 April 2018).

Light Up The Blues was organised by Stephen Stills and his

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Myarklamiss.com: Mother of child with Autism says medical marijuana licenses give her hope

Myarklamiss.com: Mother of child with Autism says medical marijuana licenses give her hope

BASTROP, La. – At the age of one, Kyle Petrus was diagnosed with Autism. He also suffers from seizures. 

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Kyle’s mother, Angela Petrus, says he’s faced many challenges. “He’s the face

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Madison.com: One Walk Big Strides for Autism

Madison.com: One Walk Big Strides for Autism

Walk with us on April 22 in Madison and show your support for the autism community in South Central Wisconsin! This year’s message is Awareness, Acceptance, Empowerment, and Respect.

Register as an Individual ($20), Team Member ($15), or Family ($50 for family of 4, additional members $10 each).  

Free t-shirts

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Chicagoeveningpost.com: Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy Marks Autism Awareness Month With Advice …

Chicagoeveningpost.com: Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy Marks Autism Awareness Month With Advice …

Patients on the autism spectrum may have special needs when getting medical care.

Press Release – updated: Apr 22, 2018 08:00 EDT

WANTAGH, N.Y., April 22, 2018 – April is Autism Awareness Month, and to mark it, Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy asked one of its

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Prwire.com.au: New autism school on Gold Coast to welcome first students

Prwire.com.au: New autism school on Gold Coast to welcome first students

 

Australia’s first purpose-built school for children with autism opens its doors this week.  

Josiah College has been built from the ground up, with every minor detail planned including the architecture, furniture, positioning of land, colours and even the movement of fans!

The school will open on April 23, offering

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Abc.net.au: 11yo boy with autism hit and killed by train in Sydney's south after escaping from respite care

Abc.net.au: 11yo boy with autism hit and killed by train in Sydney's south after escaping from respite care

New South Wales Police are investigating after young boy, who had severe autism, was hit and killed by a train after leaving a respite care facility in Sydney’s south.

The 11-year-old, who was non-verbal, escaped from the centre just after 7:00pm yesterday.

His carers alerted authorities and a police search was

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