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Autism in the News – Friday, 07.30.10

Dad and autistic son share slice of their lives in commercial (NY Daily News)
There are two reasons John Moore and his seven-year-old son Max got to make a commercial with famed Hollywood director Lasse Halstrom. Read more.

New Hampshire governor signs autism treatment bill (Concord, N.H.)
New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch has signed a law requiring insurers to cover more treatment programs for autistic children. Read more.

Autism and military families: Nonprofit will begin new branch Saturday for service members whose children have autism. (Costa Mesa, Calif.)
Five years ago, Justin Marroquin, now 7, was diagnosed with autism, which explained some personality quirks like moodiness, attention and social issues. Read more.

Autistic man who died in hot van was mother’s ‘sweet little boy’ (Philadelphia, Penn.)
“He had a man’s body, but he never grew up,” said a tearful Diane Nevins, speaking from the home in Oceanside, N.Y., that she shares with her husband, a retired New York police officer.
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  1. July 30, 2010 at 8:07 pm

    Hello Autism Speaks. This is my 1st post of my new NonProfit I set up in El Paso Texas. Good luck to all your readers and posters. The Autism community will get better in El Paso. Thank you David

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