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Snapshot | Google Alerts – autism | Circa July 31, 2012

News10 new results for autism
 
School for autistic children opening in Ashland
San Francisco Chronicle
“We just want to focus on autism. Public schools do a great job, but with budget cuts and all the things that are going on currently it is tough to meet every child’s individual needs,” Kidwell said. “Kids with autism are so brilliant in so many ways it is spending the 
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Autism After 16 Develops Adult Service “Roadmaps”
Virtual-Strategy Magazine
Moving from childhood to adulthood with autism can be a difficult journey. While autistic children are entitled to services from the public education system, adult services aren’t always readily available. Studies show that all too often, young adults with autism 
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Inspired by ’60 Minutes,’ Conway man launches iPads for autism drive
SCNow
JOHN D. RUSSELL/MORNING NEWS Luke Cain is non-verbal but is using technology, such as tablets to learn sign language and learn to communicate. He uses a tablet during therapy and also his mother’s iPhone. During the school year he uses an iPad at 
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Rush Limbaugh: ‘Reporters Are Harassing Romney,’ ‘Trying To Create Gaffes’
Huffington Post
Els for Autism Pro Am. WEST PALM BEACH, FL – MARCH 12: Rush Limbaugh of the USA the radio personality with Greg Norman of Australia during the Els for Autism Pro-am at The PGA National Golf Club on March 12, 2012 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
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Plug in baby: Five-month-old volunteer wired up for autismexperiment to see 
Daily Mail
Autism refers to a wide spectrum of related developmental disorders that start in childhood and affect the person for their whole life. Symptoms can be split into three broad groups: 1) Problems with social interaction 2) Impaired language and communication 
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Daily Mail
Autism help at hand
Auckland stuff.co.nz
The increasing number of autism diagnoses in New Zealand is prompting many affected families to establish grassroots support groups. Figures from Autism New Zealand reveal one person in every 100 has an autism spectrum disorder, which equates to an 
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Auckland stuff.co.nz
UNESCO Autism Project Culminates in Early Opening of Intervention Centre
The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer
July 31 — An early Intervention Centre to identify and assist children with Autism and other developmental disorders was opened recently for use by teachers, parents, nurses and others who interact with such children daily. The centre will also be the 
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The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer
A Perfect Life
St. Augustine Record (blog)
I have a perfect life-most days. People think with having two boys with autism that may sound overly optimistic but many of my friends have problems that do not exist in my world. When I wake up I am excited to start the adventure of the day. I have an entirely 
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New California Insurance Mandate Expands Behavior-Based Treatment 
Insurance News Net (press release)
On July 25, 2012 a panel of experts on autism advocacy and treatment convened to help families understand how new insurance mandates in California have expanded behavior-based treatment coverage for adults with autism. The free event was held from 
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Doc Talk: No truth to link between vaccines and autism
Kansas.com
The idea that the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine or any thimerosal containing vaccine causes autism is not a scientific controversy. It is an urban myth that exploded in 1998 when a British surgeon named Andrew Wakefield performed intestinal 
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Kansas.com
Blogs5 new results for autism
 
Social Skills for Teenagers | Blog | Autism Speaks
By Rachel Nuwer
Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities clinic improves social skills in high-functioning teens on the autism spectrum.
Autism Speaks Official Blog
Building Peer Relationships at School | Operation Autism
By bkaufman
With a rising presence of students with autism placed in general education settings, more attention is being focused on the interactions between these children.
Operation Autism
Public’s Help Sought In Finding Missing Teen With Autism « CBS 
By Lauren
Armahn Parrish was last seen on Monday around 1 p.m. with his mother at a Big Lots shopping center in the 600 block of South Hill Street, Los Angeles police said.
CBS Los Angeles
Autism Awareness in August – Brighton, MI Patch
By Ashley Watterson
Autism and its cure is unknown today and as such we as a family have been chasing rainbows, speech, OT, hyperbaric chambers, gluten free diets, genetic testing, and on and on. He eats like a champ as my wife Kalin has become a 
Brighton Patch: Latest Announcements
Local mom hoping to help her son and other adults with autism by 
By Nancy Churnin
There’s an epidemic of autism in the United States, with the latest data, released this year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimating that 1 out of 88 kids in the U.S. has some form of autism spectrum disorder. That’s up from 
Dallas Life Blog


An Autistic Perspective & History | Battling the Anti-Vaxxer #BleachCult & Other Quack Cures

Across America parents are feeding their children bleach as a cure for autism. This is a deadly phenomenon and one that Autistic activists and allies have been battling worldwide for years. 

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