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Britain’s got talent superstar Susan Boyle on her own Aspergers diagnosis
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Britain’s got talent superstar Susan Boyle on her own Aspergers diagnosis

Susan Boyle or SuBo as she is more affectionately known has spoken honestly about her own Asperger's diagnosis for the first time. The singing sensation who took the judges of Britain's got talents and stole the heart of a nation in 2009, was diagnosed with...
Marissa Moss, of Creston Books talks about ‘How to Be Human, Diary of an Autistic Girl’ by Florida Frenz
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Marissa Moss, of Creston Books talks about ‘How to Be Human, Diary of an Autistic Girl’ by Florida Frenz

How to Be Human, Diary of an Autistic Girl. "A distinctive addition to the chorus of writers who are proving that "spectrum disorders" do not equal "silence." (Kirkus Reviews via Creston Books) Autism Daily Newscast continues to look at girls and ASD with...
Skateboard Exhibition in Las Vegas Raises Money for Autism Charities
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Skateboard Exhibition in Las Vegas Raises Money for Autism Charities

City of the World Art Gallery, Las Vegas - 160 hand-painted skateboards are on display in the gallery during the Artists for Autism Skateboard Project exhibition. One skateboard portrays Jack Nicholson as Jack Torrance from the film, The Shining The exhibit...
Autistic Boy from DeBary, Florida Now Allowed to Keep His Pet Chickens
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Autistic Boy from DeBary, Florida Now Allowed to Keep His Pet Chickens

J.J.Hart, 3 from DeBary Florida – On December 7 Autism Daily Newscast shared the story about local City Council members informing J,J,Hart and his family that they would no longer be able to keep chickens at their family home. In an article posted in the Or...
Directory launched for people living around autism in Hertfordshire, UK
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Directory launched for people living around autism in Hertfordshire, UK

Herts, UK -  A new directory with the aim of providing a better service to people living with around autism has been launched in Hertfordshire, UK. The directory has been produced with the aim of helping the 18,000 or so people on the spectrum and their fam...
Chess club for autistic and gifted children comes fourth in Tasmanian state wide competition
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Chess club for autistic and gifted children comes fourth in Tasmanian state wide competition

Tasmania, Australia - A chess club which started last year for autistic and gifted children becomes one of the largest chess club for kids in Australia. Each year 200 of Tasmania's best junior chess players compete against each other and test their skills. ...