Autism in the News – Thursday, 06.24.10
Event offers smile to families touched by sensory disorders (Columbia, Miss.)
A special Stadium 14 screening Saturday of the film “Toy Story 3” is being offered as a treat for area families touched by autism and other sensory processing disorders. And, thanks to a special gift from one Columbia family, some families joining the Sensory Sensitive Saturday film will receive free admission. Read more.
Cops recover autistic boy’s stolen golf cart (Freep)
The stolen golf cart used for a 10-year-old autistic boy’s therapy has been found, Michigan State police said this morning. Read more.
Anne Carlsen Center Calls Autism Conference Successful (Jamestown, N.D.)
The Anne Carlsen Center hosted a successful two-day conference, bringing autism expert Jane Korsten to North Dakota to share her years of experience. Read more.
Bonds of parenthood are being grown online (Daily Comet)
It takes a village to raise children, and Sarah Carzoli’s is a big one. It stretches from her home in Crystal Lake, Ill., to Australia, Paris, London, Canada, Israel and Milwaukee. Read more.
Square up to the music cube (Scotsman)
T may look like some kind of newfangled toy, but this colourful cube is actually an innovative piece of technology which can emulate the sound of 12 different musical instruments. Read more.
McDonald’s(R) 365Black(R) Awards Recognize Rodney Peete and Holly Robinson Peete, Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. Among Others(Oak Brook, Ill.)
McDonald’s presents its 2010 365Black Awards, continuing to recognize prominent African Americans who influence and inspire greatness among African Americans and all Americans. Read more.