Snapshot | Google alert – autism | Circa October 27, 2011 #AutisticHistory

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News10 new results for autism
 
Desperate search for missing autistic boy, 9, who wandered off Sunday while 
Daily Mail
The boy autistic, and the local sheriff described his ability as restricting. ‘This is a nine year old autistic child that has extremely limited communication skills and absolutely no awareness of safety concerns,’ Hanover County Sheriff David Hines. 
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Daily Mail
IBM, Georgia Tech Point Data Modeling At Kids Health
InformationWeek
Project seeks to identify factors contributing to health outcomes of pediatric patients with asthma, autism, and diabetes. By Marianne Kolbasuk McGee InformationWeek IBM and the Georgia Institute of Technology are launching a new data analysis and 
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Department of Defense Selects Rethink Autism Educational Platform for Military 
Sacramento Bee
By Rethink Autism, Inc. NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 2011 — /PRNewswire/ — Following a competitive bidding process earlier this year, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) has awarded educational technology company Rethink Autism a contract to 
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Autistic teen at Freedom finds sense of belonging on Patriots’ swim team
Orlando Sentinel
Ian Soules, who has an autism spectrum disorder, swims for Freedom as a freshman. (Photo courtesy of Celeste Sychterz-Soules) By Brentley Romine, Orlando Sentinel It’s what Celeste Sychterz-Soules has wanted for her son, Ian Soules, 
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Orlando Sentinel
School for autistic children slated to replace American Orchid Society near 
Sun-Sentinel
The American Orchid Society’s gardens and greenhouse will close to the public, and a school for autistic children will replace the popular botanical attraction west of Delray Beach. After coming close to closing in 2009, the American Orchid Society now 
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More accepting autism: local group
Lloydminster Source
By Katie Ryan Autism doesn’t stop after Oct. 31. Throughout October – Autism Awareness Month – the Lloydminster Autism Awareness group has been actively raising awareness about autismspectrum disorder (ASD), sharing their personal stories through the 
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‘Inclusive’ red carpet event — Youths with autism screen movie they made at camp
San Jose Mercury News
The two-week program brings children and young adults with autism together with film professionals who teach them to conceive, plan and execute a complete short film. There’s little doubt that with best-selling books, celebrated national speakers and 
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Job Market Tough for Young Adults With Autism
MSN Health & Fitness
By Amanda GardnerHealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Oct. 27 (HealthDay News) — More children are being diagnosed with autism than ever before and now many of these children are graduating from high school and entering, or at least trying to enter, 
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Families With Autistic Members Can Gain Contacts, Info. at Conference
Patch.com
Two-day conference for those with autistic family members will allow attendees to meet others, as well as local experts. By John Patten Suzanne Johnson and Deana Luchs (from left) are organizing a festival aimed at helping more families understand 
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Symposium Addresses Autism Treatment, Advocacy
Patch.com
By Ryan Buncher Rockland County Legislator John Murphy and New York State Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee speak at the 6th Annual Rockland County Autism Symposium Oct. 26, 2011 at the Pearl River Hilton. The speakers and vendors at the 6th Annual Rockland 
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Blogs3 new results for autism
 
Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Autism and ABA Translated 
By Autism Reality NB
The fight to ensure that children with autism disorders receive treatment for their disorders engages many different people with many different priorities. Autism advocates do meet political leaders and civil services officials who genuinely care. 
Facing Autism in New Brunswick
Autism in the News – 10.27.11 « Autism Speaks Official Blog
By Autism Speaks
Autism in the News – 10.27.11. October 27, 2011 Autism Speaks Leave a comment Go to comments. UPDATE: Search for autistic boy seeks more volunteers for Thursday (Richmond Times-Dispatch) A total of 940 volunteers helped authorities 
Autism Speaks Official Blog
Rats On Antidepressants Showed Signs Of Autism // Pharmalot
By Ed Silverman
Yet another study suggests the possibility of a link between antidepressant use and autism. This time, rats given Celexa just before and after birth showed what researchers describe as substantial brain abnormalities and behaviors. Celexa is 
Pharmalot

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