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Google Alert – autism | May 20, 2013

Mon, May 20, 2013, 10:29 PM | Google Alert – autism

News8 new results for autism
UK Sees Surge in Measles Years After Flawed Research
ABC News
That work suggested a link between autism and the combined childhood vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella, called the MMR. Several large scientific studies failed to find any connection, the theory was rejected by at least a dozen major U.K. medical 
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Aiming Autism Ads at Hispanic and African-American Parents
New York Times
The campaign, developed with the Advertising Council, which has worked with Autism Speaks since 2005, was created by the New York office of BBDO and LatinWorks of Austin, Tex., both part of the Omnicom Group. The campaign describes early signs of 
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Audit hits use of funds by Randolph nonprofit
Boston Globe
The longtime head of a Randolph-based nonprofit that provides services to people with autism and other disabilities was living in Georgia for more than a decade while collecting a six-figure salary and improperly billing the state for personal expenses 
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McCarter’s Autism-Friendly INTO THE WOODS Performance Set for Tomorrow
Broadway World
McCarter Theatre Center has announced an autism-friendly performance of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods on Tuesday, May 21 at 7:00 p.m. Following in the footsteps of successful autism-friendly performances of The Lion King and Mary Poppins on 
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Autism foundation donates $10K to Cheshire EIC center
New Haven Register
It is an emotional subject for Hall because his 7-year-old daughter Mari is autistic. But she is doing well in mainstream classes at Highland Elementary School, having graduated last year from the town’s kindergarten, The Darcey School. Hall and his 
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Men Convicted of Abusing Autistic Man Set Free
NBC 7 San Diego
Oakley’s son Jamie has severe autism and is unable to speak. She set up hidden cameras before leaving for vacation last summer. She says the cameras captured 2,000 instances of abuse, including the men twisting her son’s arms and gouging his eyes.
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Autism support groups slam government
Mandurah Mail
Grace Fava, of the Autism Advisory and Support Service, which is based in New South Wales, responded to the Mail’s recent story about Donna Bunting, who struggled for 16 years to get a diagnosis for her son. Ms Fava said the waiting list to be tested 
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Autism magnet program to stay at Lewis & Clark Elementary
In-Forum
FARGO – A magnet school program for children with autism will remain at Lewis & Clark Elementary, a Fargo School Board committee was told Monday. The Long Range Facility Planning Committee also learned that it probably will take two more meetings 
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Blogs1 new result for autism
Low-Cost Autism Therapy Shows Promise – Disability Scoop
By Michelle Diament
A simple, home-based therapy that relies on sensory stimulation could make a world of difference for kids with autism, a new study suggests.
Disability Scoop
Web1 new result for autism
Measles uptick in Britain: Blame Andrew Wakefield’s autism-vaccine 
Last month, emergency vaccination clinics were held every weekend in Wales, the epicenter of the measles outbreak in U.K..
www.cbsnews.com/…/measles-uptick-in-britain-blame-andrew…

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