SEATTLE, Wash. More than two million Americans have autism and studies suggest prevalence rates increase 10 to 17 percent each year.
Cathy Bossolina, sales associate at Tarvin Realtors in Ridgewood , was recognized by the company for her success in 2013, which included sales in excess of $13 million.
While no one relishes a traffic stop by a police officer, such an encounter could be especially troubling for someone with autism.
Advocates for people with autism are praising a proposal by the governor to make autism treatment available to more Georgians.
Gov. Nathan Deal has proposed the state employee health plan cover treatment of autism, a move applauded by advocates who say early intervention can improve behavior and quality of life.
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In a crowd-pleasing, rough-and-tumble nightcap to the second Scenic City Showcase at East Hamilton School, The Rock out-fought a gutty Tyner, 71-66, Thursday night behind the game-high 27 points by senior point guard Mitchell Wilbekin.
Bill aims to help police ID people with autism
RICHMOND—While no one relishes a traffic stop by a police officer, such an encounter could be especially troubling for someone with autism. “Think about those flashing blue lights, think about how overstimulating that could be,” said Sgt. Tim Sutton ...
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A nonprofit that uses activities with horses to provide therapy for children and adults with mental, physical or emotional disabilities is looking for volunteers and riders.
A young mother, Shannel Mouland, and her daughter Kate were flying back to their home in Canada not long ago when they had to change planes in Philadelphia.
Parents push for autism insurance reform in Kansas
Families in Johnson County are going into debt trying to take care of their children with autism. Now, they're pushing state lawmakers to act. Kansas is one of 14 states that doesn't require insurance companies to pay for autism treatment. It's ...
Little Friends Center for Autism Presents:First Steps to Connect,Be informed,and get support Friday, February 7, 2014, 4:30 PM at the Embassy Suites,707 E Butterfield,630-969-7500Moms of Children in early autism or have similar needs, there will be a panel of Experts ,for more information contact Little ... (more)
Bristol Mom Fights To Keep Autism Foundation Running
The Monroe Foundation For Autism housed in the Bucks County Center on Veterans Highway helps more than a dozen kids with autism. This summer those kids might not get the help they need because of funding cuts. 11-year old Christine is one of those ...
Nahum Sonenberg, a McGill University professor, has won an internationally renown prize in medicine for his discovery of the proteins that control the protein expression mechanism and their operation.
Families in Johnson County are going into debt trying to take care of their children with autism.
One never knows until it's too late who your seatmate will be on a plane until you actually get to sit down.
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John D. Hiatt of Bangor is proud to announce he is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Penobscot County Treasurer.He ran for Bangor City Council in 2003 and the Maine House of Representatives in 2004.
In a speech at the National Press Club in Washington, IMF managing director Christine Lagarde stated " If inflation is the genie, then deflation is the ogre that must be fought decisively.