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Wgntv.com: Kenosha police ask for help finding missing 12-year-old with autism

Wgntv.com: Kenosha police ask for help finding missing 12-year-old with autism

Isiah Harrison (Photo: Kenosha Police Department)

KENOSHA, Wis. — Police in Kenosha are asking for help finding 12-year-old Isiah Harrison, who went missing late Sunday.

Police say he was last seen around 11:15 a.m. at his home on the 1500 block of 27th street. He’s described as 5’0″ tall and weighs 95

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Wgntv.com: Chuck E. Cheese to offer 'Sensory Sensitive Sunday' for children with autism

Wgntv.com: Chuck E. Cheese to offer 'Sensory Sensitive Sunday' for children with autism

× Chuck E. Cheese to offer ‘Sensory Sensitive Sunday’ for children with autism

Chuck E. Cheese is looking to make play time more inclusive.

Several locations will be reducing noise and dimming lights to accommodate children with autism and other special needs.

They plan to open two hours early

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Wgntv.com: Plainfield teen with autism gets ultimate birthday surprise from Simpsons creator Matt Groening

Wgntv.com: Plainfield teen with autism gets ultimate birthday surprise from Simpsons creator Matt Groening

PLAINFIELD, Ill. — A teenager with autism received a birthday surprise she will never forget.

16-year-old Jessica from Plainfield is a huge Simpsons fan — and loves to draw.

Her mother, Lynda Liberatore, sent the show’s creator, Matt Groening, a letter with some of her Simpsons’ drawings.

Well, Groening sent

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Wgntv.com: Midday Fix: Helping parents of children with autism handle holiday challenges

Wgntv.com: Midday Fix: Helping parents of children with autism handle holiday challenges

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Christopher JonesSupervisor of Life Skills and Job Coaching

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Shopping trip meltdowns

Holiday shopping in malls and stores can be stressful and over-stimulating for anyone, but it can especially be so for children with autism and sensory sensitivities. The noise, decorations and lights of holiday shopping can cause sensory overload,

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