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“Thank you for releasing my voice”, teen with autism says

The Autism News

Authors: The Autism News

By Patty Crosby | FCN

“It’s a miracle. It’s the best thing that has ever happened to our family.”That’s how Leslie Weed describes being able to hear what her Lanier is thinking and feeling after 16 years of relative silence.

“I now have this treasure trove of thoughts” says Leslie....

Autistic boy, 12, eagerly waits to go back to school

The Autism News

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By Angie Seth | Global News

Christian Thorndyke, 12, is a boy who loves to go to school.“I find it’s fun learning, I like being involved with other children, and recess and gym class. I really love learning and going to school,” Christian told Global News.

But for the past few months Christian has been at...

8-YEAR-OLD MISSING AUTISTIC BOY FOUND SAFE

The Autism News

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By abc7 Eyewitness News

A family is reunited after a frantic search a child with autism. The boy disappeared at Westfield shopping mall.

Family and friends let out a cheer after getting word 8-year-old Brooklyn Venter is safe. More than a hundred volunteers showed up to help dozens of police officers in the search for...

Brain wave test could help in autism study

The Autism News

Authors: The Autism News

By WKRC Local 12

One in 68 children is diagnosed with autism.

That was the estimate from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Cuba Cooper and Nalani Roland have autism. They are taking part in a study that could someday help classify and diagnose autism earlier.

Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of...

Children with autism are more sedentary than their peers, new study shows

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By MedicalXpress

A new Oregon State University study of children with autism found that they are more sedentary than their typically-developing peers, averaging 50 minutes less a day of moderate physical activity and 70 minutes more each day sitting.

The small study of 29 children, some with autism and some without,...

How iPads Can Refresh Traditional Classrooms

Authors: Eudemic

Following the trend of mass mobile device adoption, educators increasingly contemplate possibilities of using iPads in classroom. State-of-the-art mobile technology is getting more and more popular in different settings and schools are no exception. Adoption of mobile devices is transforming traditional classrooms into a place that...

This Is How Google Recommends You Stay Safe Online

Authors: Eudemic

The Internet can be a scary place. There are people on the web who are looking to take advantage of you for their own personal gain. There. I said it. These people are likely looking to confuse or convince you that they are someone you should be sharing important information with.

In an effort to improve your digital safety, Google...