Autism in the News – 06.17.11
Cary man creates iPad app for individuals with autism (Cary, Ill.)
After 25 years of working in special education, Victor Morris wanted to assist individuals with disabilities even further. Read more.
Finally together, Wendrows try to heal (Detroit Free Press)
Julian Wendrow waited in the house, too nervous to greet his children in the driveway. He hadn’t seen his son and daughter — hadn’t even spoken to them — in 106 days. Read more.
See. Touch. Learn. iPad app for Autism, Special Needs (Stamford, Conn.)
Brain Parade, a pioneer in innovative mobile, education solutions, announced today that they are slashing the price of the picture card libraries for their See. Touch. Learn. product to $0.99 (USD) for a limited time. Read more.
‘Face blind’ sufferers see world like this. But now there’s hope (UK)
A Scottish eye expert has developed what he says is the first treatment in the world for people who suffer from face blindness. Read more.
Ross mum’s advice on summer trips with autistic children (UK)
Ullapool mother Morven Da Forno is fully aware that while the summer holidays represent six long weeks of freedom for many, for children with autism it is a break in routine which can prove upsetting and disorientating. Read more.