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Everyone should be admiring autism – an interview with Sarah Dunn
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Everyone should be admiring autism – an interview with Sarah Dunn

admirable: arousing or deserving respect and approval   Being a mother of an autistic child is difficult at the best of times. Even in modern society people often misunderstand autism and ASD's in young children. Perceptions of public meltdowns are...
Benefit honors Christian Doran co-founder of People for the Pavilion
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Benefit honors Christian Doran co-founder of People for the Pavilion

NEW YORK - Twenty-eight year old Christian Doran founded People for the New York State Pavilion in 2013 along with Matthew Silva, to bring attention to the now crumbling World's Fair icon. Christian Doran died tragically at the age of twenty eight of an as...
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...
North Carolina autism center granted part of $27 million for autism biomarkers research – w/video
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North Carolina autism center granted part of $27 million for autism biomarkers research – w/video

Durham, N.C. --- An autism center in Durham, North Carolina has been granted part of a $27 million grant to research on the genetic biomarkers of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in young children. The Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development has been helpi...
Assistive Technology Improves Access to Education for Children with Autism
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Assistive Technology Improves Access to Education for Children with Autism

The rapid growth in the development and use of assistive technology in recent years has significantly improved access to education for children with autism. A multitude of assistive technology devices are now available for all children to use in public schools...