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Autism in the News – 03.16.11

Conference This Weekend to Focus on Autism (Warrington, Penn.)
The Bucks County Autism Support Coalition (BCASC) will hold its 4th annual conference on issues surrounding autism this Saturday in Warrington. Read more.

New group for people with autism and Asperger’s Syndrome (UK)
The Wessex Autistic Society charity that provides individualised support to people affected by autism is to welcome adults with Asperger’s Syndrome to attend a new drop-in group in Yeovil. Read more.

No classrooms set aside for autistic fifth-graders on Staten Island (Staten Island, N.Y.)
Fifth-graders at a well-regarded Staten Island program for autistic kids are graduating from elementary school – and have no place to go next year. Read more.

More families battle effects of Autism (The Clanton Advertiser)
It’s a condition that some parents are embarrassed to discuss, but families and teachers are facing the challenges of Autism every day. Read more.

Autistic children at risk if Texas cuts Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (Star Telegram)
Our state’s checkbook is in trouble — no surprise there. Solving the budget crisis in Austin will require significant cuts to many programs and services. Read more.

  1. March 16, 2011 at 7:30 pm

    N.M. (PBS) KNME-TV, Ch. 5.1: Friday 3/18 at 10:30 p.m.
    Guest: TEMPLE GRANDIN, Ph.D. on REPORT FROM SANTA FE
    30 minutes

    ***If you miss the program, live out-of-state, would like
    to see it again, or would simply prefer to watch online,
    this week’s show should be posted *on or after March 25.*

    Please go to:http://www.reportfromsantafe.com/
    and click on SHOW ARCHIVES.

    —Please Feel Free to share and/or forward this
    information on to other groups or individuals who you
    feel may benefit from watching the program.
    Thank you!

  1. March 17, 2011 at 1:14 pm

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