Snapshot | Google alert – autism | Circa May 11, 2012 #AutisticHistory

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News10 new results for autism
 
Autistic jazz savant graduates from Berklee
Boston Globe
He gained early fame as a jazz prodigy beset by autism. Today, Matthew Savage is ready for anything By Bella English Matt Savage in a music lab at Berklee College of Music. He will graduate today, on his 20th birthday. Matt Savage doesn’t like to think 
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Boston Globe
Changes to autism manual
Gainesville Sun
Timmy has autism, the developmental disorder that affects social and communication skills of 1 in 88 children nationwide. For them, for Timmy, and for everyone affected by autism, things are about to change. In May 2013, the American Psychiatric 
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Autism’s changing definitions worry many | The Republic
The Republic
The prevalence of autism is on the rise. — In late March, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study saying that one in 88 children is diagnosed with having autismsymptoms by age 8; that’s up from one in 110 just six years ago.
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Rethink Autism Wins Prestigious 2012 CODiE(TM) Award for Best Instructional 
MarketWatch (press release)
NEW YORK, May 11, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Rethink Autism, the first and only autism curriculum aligned with the Common Core State Standards, is an honored recipient of the 2012 SIIA CODiE(TM) Award for Best Instructional Solution for Special 
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Autistic blogger writes from the heart
OCRegister
Robert Moran, 34, is autistic. The Cal State Fullerton grad writes a blog that promotes awareness of autism’s diversity. “Autistic people generally interpret the world in black and white,” says Moran. H. LORREN AU JR., THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Now 
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Autism advocate Grandin at USM
Press Herald
PORTLAND – Temple Grandin, one of the country’s best-known autism advocates, will speak to a sell-out crowd Sunday at the University of Southern Maine. Grandin, 64, an animal science professor who has autism, is known for promoting more humane 
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Rethink Autism Wins Prestigious 2012 CODiE™ Award for Best Instructional 
Sacramento Bee
By Rethink Autism, Inc. NEW YORK, May 11, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ — Rethink Autism, the first and only autism curriculum aligned with the Common Core State Standards, is an honored recipient of the 2012 SIIA CODiE™ Award for Best Instructional Solution 
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How to be a Village for an Autism mom this Mother’s Day
Sacramento Bee
By Brain and Body SIMI VALLEY, Calif., May 11, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ — Autism expert Lynette Louise of Brain and Body agrees that every mom deserves to be pampered and recognized on Mother’s Day. For parenting partners and kids this is a great 
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Microsoft’s Kinect Being Employed to Help Detect Autism Early
Forbes
This one caught my eye however, as a new study is attempting to use Kinect to detect early signs of autism in children with its motion sensing capabilities. The project is by researchers at the University of Minnesota’s Institute of Child Development 
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Forbes
Lesley University names Lexington psychologist Autism Hero
Boston.com
Lesley University has named Lexington psychologist Karen Levine its 2012 Lesley Autism Hero in recognition of her contributions and pioneering work in the field of autism. Levine received the award at Lesley’s 6th Annual Focus on Autism Spectrum 
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Blogs4 new results for autism
 
Temple Grandin to speak on autism at sold-out Portland event 
By Jackie Farwell
PORTLAND, Maine — Temple Grandin, one of the country’s most well-known autism advocates, will speak to a sold-out crowd Sunday at the University of Southern Maine. Grandin, 64, an animal science professor who has autism, is known for 
Bangor Daily News
Supporting autism awareness | StAugustine.com
By LORRAINE THOMPSON
Troy Blevins, father of two autistic children, began his walk from St. Augustine to Washington, D.C., on Feb. 26 in an attempt to raise awareness about the disorder.The journey took place in conjunction with Project Autism, a nonprofit 
Early diagnosis of autism can lead to better treatment
(Medical Xpress) — Autism awareness month has come and gone for 2012, but the need for awareness has not. The struggles for families affected by the disorder remain, and the number of those affected continues to rise.
Medical Xpress – latest medical…
IP Community: Raising Autism Awareness | IPWatchdog.com 
By Gene Quinn
Services exist for employers who are open-minded to potentially hiring a person with autism, but are concerned with how to hire or train someone with autism.
IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

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