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Health Coverage for Autistic Children

Michael Giangregorio, Vice President of Trading Services at JP Morgan has a 12-year-old son who was diagnosed with autism at 18 months old. The costs for special schooling and speech and occupational therapy can rack up to the thousands as … Continue reading

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Toys for Children with Autism

Toys can have a very positive impact on the development of children with autism spectrum syndrome. Choosing the right toys that will entertain your child and at the same time encourage development could be challenging. Toys are a big part of the development … Continue reading

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Finding the Right Doctor for Your Child with Autism

Finding the right doctor to help your child with autism can be a difficult assignment. Continue reading

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Co-op Helps Children with Autism Get iPads

For parents of children with autism, the iPad has been a godsend. And now, thanks to the help of an electric cooperative, anIndianaschool has been able to get several of the devices to help students with autism learn. Continue reading

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Schoolyard Designed for Children with Autism

A Kansas State University graduate student is creating a schoolyard that can become a therapeutic landscape for children with autism. Continue reading

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Dietary Changes To Alleviate Asperger’s Symptoms

Dietary changes can help children with autism and Asperger’s syndrome according to Craig Kendall, author of The Asperger’s Syndrome Survival Guide. Gluten and casein free diets help overcome Asperger’s syndrome symptoms improving behavior in children. Continue reading

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City Hall Rally to Save Autism Funding 2012

Council Member Mark S. Weprin invited Council Members, service providers, and families of children with autism to a rally on the steps of City Hall, in an effort to urge the New York City Council to continue funding for its citywide autism initiative. Continue reading

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Researchers, Educators and Policymakers Meet in Jerusalem to Combat Escalating Crisis

On August 1-2, 2012, more than 1,500 leaders in autism research, educationand policy from every continent will gather in Jerusalem, Israel, for ICare4Autism’s 2012 International Conference, “Autism: A Global Perspective”. Continue reading

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Autism Video Company asks Families for Suggestions

The makers of Be Like Buddy™ are inviting families affected by autism to give suggestions for their 2012 video productions. Continue reading

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Brother of Boy With Autism Releases iPad App

The older brother of a boy with autism announced the launch of a revolutionary new iPad app. Continue reading

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