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Lego helps autistic children in Melbourne build bridges
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Lego helps autistic children in Melbourne build bridges

Fairfield, Melbourne - Everyone loves lego, and 'Inside the Brick' founder Rob Deakin is translating his own enthusiasm for building things out of bricks and taking it to the children of Melbourne. Inside the Brick is Mr Deakin's vision of inclusion. Childr...
Science Museum Early Bird Autism Friendly Sessions – Revisited
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Science Museum Early Bird Autism Friendly Sessions – Revisited

Science Museum London – Early Bird Autism Friendly Visits, Back in October Autism Daily Newscast reported about the Autism Friendly sessions offered by the Science Museum. Claire had contacted us about the Museum to tell us of how well the sessions were organi...
Katie Johnson from Lancaster UK, music helps autistic son when walking outdoors
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Katie Johnson from Lancaster UK, music helps autistic son when walking outdoors

Katie Johnson, 35 from Lancaster UK is a Primary School Teacher and mum to Lily and son Joey, 5, who has Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Katie contacted Autism Daily Newscast and asked if she could share with our readers how she helped Joey to walk when o...
‘Henry and Mudge’ performed at Autism Academy of  Learning in Toledo
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‘Henry and Mudge’ performed at Autism Academy of Learning in Toledo

New York, Theatreworks USA - Tommy Stone, 14 from Toledo persuaded the nonprofit organisation, Theatreworks USA to organise a stage production at his school 'Autism Academy of Learning'. Tommy, who loves theatre approached Principal Mark Lafferty and sa...
Paris Askate Skateboarding event invites Autistic children to try a new sport
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Paris Askate Skateboarding event invites Autistic children to try a new sport

We all know that sport and exercise is good for body, mind and soul, and having Autism or an ASD diagnosis should not stand in the way of a child, or adult having fun, branching out and doing something different. Last week we brought you the inspirational s...