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November 13, 2008

Google News Alert for: autism

Local Resources Available For Children With Autism – Steubenville,OH,USA
A group of local kindergartners are using sign language to help communicate with a classmate living with autism. Teachers said the children are very 
See all stories on this topic‘Genetic tug of war’ could cause autism, schizophrenia: New theory – Don Mills,Ontario,Canada
The theory, first published in Behavioural and Brain Sciences, suggests autism and schizophrenia are at opposite ends of a spectrum of mental disorders. 
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Illinois autism-insurance bill may die in committee
SmartBrief – Washington,DC,USA
Illinois lawmakers are considering a bill that would cover up to $36000 annually for health care related to the diagnosis and treatment of autism
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Channel 13 Investigation: Autism & Insurance Part 3
WHO-TV – Des Moines,IA,USA
They both have sons with autism. And both have struggled to get coverage and services. “Nationally, children with autism are not getting the services that 
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Bake sale supports autism programs
Timmins Daily Press – Timmins,Ontario,Canada
She was one of many who came to Northern College to purchase baked goods in support of autismprograms in the community. It was organized by a group of 
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Dubai Autism Centre Poised for Accreditation
Khaleej Times – Dubai,United Arab Emirates
DUBAI – The Dubai Autism Centre (DAC) has been focusing on intensive efforts aimed at offering quality and world-class care to autistic children, 
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Beading party to benefit autism
Louisville Courier-Journal – Louisville,KY,USA
The Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs is hosting a beading party Saturday to raise money to build a $300 million autism research center in Louisville 
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Crosby cinema hosts exclusive film screening for people with autism
icSeftonandWestLancs – Southport,England,UK
by Lyndsay Young, Crosby Herald A SPECIAL screening will be hosted at Plaza Community Cinema to cater for people with autism. At the event on Monday the 
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Doctors Refusing to Help Children with Autism
WOAI – San Antonio,TX,USA
More and more children are being diagnosed with autism everyday. While dealing with the disorder is tough enough, one of the biggest hurdles a parent will 
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Blazing a path for autism education
Daily Gleaner – Fredericton,New Brunswick,Canada
By KYLE MULLIN Virtual Expert Clinics is on the leading edge of software developers creating educational resources for children with autism
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Google Blogs Alert for: autism

Autism and rainfall: a statistical slight of hand?
By Trevor Butterworth 
A new study claiming that counties with high levels of rainfall in the Pacific Northwest had higher autism rates generated a flood (sorry) of media coverage. As the Times of London notes, the study conducted by economist Michael Waldman 
Autism Community “United in Expressing Our Disapproval” of the NIH 
By Kim Stagliano 
Editor’s note: One core feature of the Combating Autism Act (CAA) was the requirement for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop a strategic plan for autism research. Why? Because if the CAA was going to direct NIH to…
Recommended Autism Resources
By Laura 
Here are the resources for parents with children who are might be/have been diagnosed with autismthat I mentioned tonight on the podcast “Teach Me To Talk with Laura and Kate” #16 Diagnosing Autism in Toddlers and Young Children. –
Something Corny About Those Burgers
By Kristina Chew, PhD 
Tags: asd, asperger, autismautism blog, burger kind, corn, cows, developmental disabilities, Diagnosis, disabilities blog, disability, Education, fast food, food, green, mcdonalds, public health, Science, wendy’s. Share This.
Autism Vox –
Seasonal Affective Disorder and Autism?
By Tim 
This is that time of year when the days are beginning to feel really short and the decreased sunlight starts to get to me. I am a clear winner in the Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) race and have a light box on my desk to help that 
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