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News8 new results for autism
Scout with autism earns all 132 badges
AHN | All Headline News
And what makes his accomplishment even more impressive is that Nathan has autism. Nate’s mother Sandy said Scouting helped improve his social skills. Nate, who didn’t start speaking until he was 7, started working on earning his badges, from journalism 
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Motorcyclist injured during ride for autism
Chicago Sun-Times
Sassen and several other motorcyclists were taking part in the 2011 Autism Speaks Motorcycle Ride when his motorcycle collided with a car driven by Camille Johnson, 63, of Maple Park, police said. Sassen was treated and released from Delnor Hospital in 
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Rethink Autism Wins Education, Health and Business Awards Throughout 2011
MarketWatch (press release)
19, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Distinguishing themselves as the leaders in the field of web-based autism treatment, Rethink Autism has been honored in 2011 by a wide range of education, technology and business organizations, including the Arizona 
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Keeping People With Special Needs Safe
Fox News
By Jennifer Cerbasi For families of children with autism, down syndrome, or any special need that affects cognitive functioning, safety is at the top of their priority list. Many worry their loved one will wander off, run away, or find themselves in a 
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Fox News
Autistic boy, 7, found after extensive overnight search in Goshen
Times Herald-Record
Part of the search team congregates Saturday along Old Chester Road in Goshen in the effort to locate a missing boy named Logan, who has autism. Dozens of volunteers, fire personnel, police and a helicopter searched after the 7-year-old went missing 
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New research to help students with autism
Three Australian research partners have announced a major study with wide implications for the education of children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This groundbreaking study by Macquarie University, Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) and 
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Art of Autism event planned
Warren Tribune Chronicle
ART OF AUTISM: The Art of Autism will be held from 6 to 10 pm Saturday at DiVieste Banquet Center, 754 N. River Road, Warren. An art sale and auction will be held including items made by the children who attend the center. The artwork of Mauro DiVieste 
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IntegraGen Announces Results from New Test Designed to Aid in the Earlier 
MarketWatch (press release)
The study, presented during the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics meeting in San Antonio, Texas, is based on a test which identifies genetic variants which the company’s researchers showed to be associated with autism
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Blogs5 new results for autism
What atheism and autism may have in common | Gene Expression 
By Razib Khan
Religion | Atheism | My post below on atheism and autism caused some confusion. I want to quickly clear up some issues in regards to the model which I had in mind implicitly. In sho.
Gene Expression
Collaboration, technology and making things « Autism Speaks 
By Autism Speaks
This post is by Marc Sirkin, Autism Speaks Chief Community Officer. He spent this past weekend with Autism Speaks staff and a few incredible volunteers at Maker Faire NYC, a DIY conference that featured among other things cutting edge 3D 
Autism Speaks Official Blog
Autism Blog – Autism Science Foundation relaunches website « Left 
By Sullivan
(September 19, 2011—New York, NY)— The Autism Science Foundation (ASF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and funding autism research, announced today that it has re-launched its website as an enhanced, interactive 
Left Brain/Right Brain
A Talk About Autism in Maplewood | Barista Kids
By Kristen Kemp
The author of one of the most talked-about books about kids on the autism spectrum is coming to Maplewood this Thursday. Priscilla Gillman, who wrote The Anti-Romantic Child: A Story of Unexpected Joy, will speak at Words bookstore. 
Barista Kids
Study: Income No Predictor Of Autism, Intellectual Disability 
By Shaun Heasley
Counter to some previous research, a new study finds no association between a family’s income level and their child’s odds of having autism or intellectual disability.
Disability Scoop
Web1 new result for autism (6574065) Today’s shocking scientific finding: autism 
Most people I know with high functioning autism are much more interested in their  For someone with autism the social aspect will be negligible and thus they…/Todays-shocking-scientific-finding-autism-c…
Video5 new results for autism
Raising a Child with Autism, Part 2
7 min
One mother’s incredible journey
Autism Tip: Help Your Child Be Successful in School 
2 min
Help your child participate in large groups at school by first teaching him to engage in activities with one or two friends!
6 min
Insight into Autism: A Spotlight on Autism Speaks
14 min
Today, it is estimated that one of every 110 children is diagnosed with autism, making it more common than childhood cancer
Vaccine-Autism lobby makes false claims about VICP
28 min
May 10, 2011: Headed by vaccine injury warrior Mary Holland a group of Pace Law School students, and misguided parents staged

Fact: Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism.

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