Autism in the News – Monday, 01.31.11
SAG Awards: Claire Danes wins for ‘Temple Grandin’ (Los Angeles Time)
Claire Danes won the Screen Actors Guild Award on Sunday for outstanding performance by a female actor in a TV movie or miniseries for her role in “Temple Grandin.” Read more.
Hawkins County teenager overcomes autism to become Eagle Scout (Surgoinsville, Tenn.)
When Rex Meachum was 4 years old, a doctor told his mother he should be institutionalized after being diagnosed with autism. Read more.
6-Year-Old Boy With Autism Found Safely (Dickson County, Tenn.)
A Middle Tennessee Endangered Child Alert has been cancelled after a missing boy with autism was found safe. Read more.
Hope for autism: One family’s journey (Bakersfield.com)
The sun burned through the morning fog on Carl Twisselman’s ranch along the Temblor Range, west of Buttonwillow, as cowboys separated cattle and herded them into corrals. Helping Twisselman on that Saturday were several of his grandsons, including 20-year-old Justin. Read more.
AutismOne/Generation Rescue Conference is Free (Sherman Oaks, Calif.)
AutismOne and Generation Rescue are thrilled to announce free registration for the country’s largest and most comprehensive international autism conference. Read more.