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News9 new results for autism
 
Autistic children surf the waves at Brighton Avenue beach
The Star-Ledger – NJ.com
By Andrew Mills/The Star-Ledger Andrew Mills/The Star-LedgerJustin Malfitano, 15, of Toms River gets a push through a wave by volunteer Matt Colvin (right) during a family surf day for autistic children and their siblings at the Brighton Avenue beach. 
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The Star-Ledger – NJ.com
Anthem and Blue Shield Will Now Cover Autism Therapy
NewsMax.com
Two of California’s largest health insurers have announced that they will be providing coverage for behavioral therapy for autistic children, reports the Los Angeles Times. Autism is a neurological development disorder that impairs a person’s ability 
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Using touch screens and apps to treat autism
San Jose Mercury News
Alforja suffers from Autism. (LiPo Ching/Mercury News) As a commercial software expert for the financial services industry, Ted Conley was frustrated with the technology that a speech therapist recommended to help his developmentally disabled son. 
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‘Cuddle Hormone’ Possible Treatment For Autism
WCVB-TV
BOSTON — When Cheryl Philippon’s youngest son Steven was diagnosed in November with autism, their lives changed forever. “So much of our time is focused on his schedule, his program,” said Philippon. The 3-year-old had been nonverbal up until recently 
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Autistic teen gets bike stolen days before riding in parade
Fox 13 Now – Salt Lake City
It took years before the parents of an autistic teen could find a bike that would work for their son. The red adult-sized tricycle was the only bike that 13-year-old AJ Garrick could pedal and feel completely independent, says his parents. 
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Funding questioned as autism service shuts down
New Zealand Herald
By Amelia Romanos of NZPA Green Party list MP Catherine Delahunty says the Government needs to step in and fund regional autism services better. Photo / supplied The Government is being called on to do more to help autism sufferers, as Autism New 
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Medical questionnaire can help detect autism earlier
WNDU-TV
Filling out a quick questionnaire in your pediatrician’s waiting room could help determine if your child has autism. Researchers say the infant-toddler checklist can help kids who have autism, and other development disabilities, get on track for 
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Grants save Bay autism branch
The Bay of Plenty Times
Mother Sandra Bell (left) and Autism Bay of Plenty volunteer Clare Gooswilligen are afraid funding for the centre is drying up fast. Photo / File. Reports yesterday that the Bay of Plenty branch of Autism New Zealand may follow Waikato into recess 
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The Bay of Plenty Times
Salon turns away autistic child
FOX 40 News WICZ TV
Walker-Sklanka knew for the past few years that something was wrong with Sebastian, but it wasnt until last May that she found out he had autism, a developmental disorder that affects his social and communication skills. “They [autistic children] react 
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Blogs4 new results for autism
 
Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Autism, Genes & Environment: Why 
By Autism Reality NB
Studies of twins have established that it is not 100 per cent genetic, since even among identical twins, when one has autism, the likelihood of both twins having autism is only about 60 per cent. This means there must also be an 
Facing Autism in New Brunswick
Autism in the News – 07.18.11 « Autism Speaks Official Blog
By Autism Speaks
Using touch screens and apps to treat autism (Mercury News) As a commercial software expert for the financial services industry, Ted Conley was frustrated with the technology that a speech therapist recommended to help his 
Autism Speaks Official Blog
The Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism: Interview: Alison Singer 
By Shannon Des Roches Rosa
Alison Singer is president of the Autism Science Foundation (www.autismsciencefoundation.org), an organization dedicated to “funding outstanding science.” She was interviewed by TPGA editor Shannon Des Roches Rosa for BlogHer.com, 
The Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism
Autism Blog – Tomorrow: Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee 
By Sullivan
The current version of the IACC was formed as part of the Combating Autism Act. That law sunsets in September and there is currently no reenactment legislation authorized. So, there is a possibility that this could be the last IACC 
Left Brain/Right Brain
Web2 new results for autism
 
Autism, healthcare: Anthem, Blue Shield to cover therapy for 
Two of California’s largest health insurers have agreed to pay for costly behavioral therapy for thousands of autistic children — services the companies 
articles.latimes.com/2011/jul/…/la-fi-autism-treatment-201107…
Biomarker for autism discovered
Siblings of people with autism show a similar pattern of brain activity to that seen in people with autism when looking at emotional facial expressions.
medicalxpress.com/news/2011-07-biomarker-autism.html

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