AUTISM

AUTISM

November 11, 2012

Autism in the News





  1. The Autism Project: the odyssey to get your child diagnosed and ...

    Toronto Star
    Related: The Star's Autism Project .... Ontario has quadrupled its spending on autism services over the last decade to $186 million, according to ...

  2. The Autism Project: The 'Rain Man of Shenzhen'

    Toronto Star
    Bei Bei, as he is affectionately called, is severely autistic. His mother ... At that time, however, the Chinese were not aware of autism. He was ...

  3. The Autism Project: In China, private school for autistic children ...

    Toronto Star
    Autism spectrum disorder rates are inexplicably rising around the world ... Autism, a neurological disorder, causes a range of symptoms, from ...
  4. The Autism Project: In search of autism

    Toronto Star
    The neurological condition doesn't shorten autistic children's lives, but it ... On the autism spectrum their abilities range widely, from severely ...
  5. Autistic man Christopher Tillett safe after attempt to meet Big Brother ...

    NEWS.com.au
    A MISSING autistic man has been found after he made an audacious attempt to meet two Big Brother contestants before being rescued by a ...

  6. The Autism Project: Study tests early intervention for toddlers ...

    Toronto Star-2012-11-09
    Experts have made strides in identifying signals of autism at increasingly young ages — as young as 12 months old, says Brian. And the rule of ...
  7. Annual Autism Run

    WXOW.com
    LA CROSSE, WISCONSIN (WXOW)-- The La Crosse Area Autism Foundation held the 2nd annual Puzzled Run. Hundreds of runners gathered ...
  8. Abuse Of Autistic Boy Moises Mancebo, 13, Captured On Bus ...

    Huffington Post
    FORT LAUDERDALE -- -- A mother was in agony as she got her first look at surveillance video of her 13-year-old autistic son wetting himself ...
  9. Autism specialist calls for more training of speech therapists

    Ghana Business News
    Dr Ebenezer Badoe, Director of the Neurology/Development of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, has called for the training of more speech ...

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