Autism in the News – 09.27.11
Autism Memoir Author Monica Holloway to Appear on Autism America Radio 9/17 In Observance of National Dog Week — Holloway Shares Hope and Healing Through Connection With Dog ‘Cowboy’ (Stock Market Review)
Acclaimed author Monica Holloway will join Autism America Radio as a special guest, sharing her journey with autism and discussing her book “Cowboy and Wills” on Saturday, September 17 from 3-5 p.m. PT on KTLK 1150 AM. Read more.
A Perfect Score Means a Good Week (Northbrook Patch)
As the parent of child with autism, one of the things that I always struggle to keep in mind during the tough times is that things always change. Read more.
Revision would eliminate Asperger’s as a diagnosis and replace it with autism spectrum disorder (Syracuse.com)
Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism being diagnosed in a growing number of children, may soon disappear from the official psychiatric diagnostic manual. Read more.
Forsyth County’s “A Boy and His Dog” (Cumming Patch)
Josh and Laraleigh Forester have a snake, a fish and four amazing children under the age of six. As you can imagine there is never a dull moment in the Forester home. Although they have a full house they are looking to add one more to their brood. A dog. Not just any dog, an autism service dog. Read more.
Pioneer Center CEO to Retire (Crystal Lake Patch)
Lorraine Kopczynski, president and CEO of Pioneer Center for Human Services, told the center’s board about her plans to retire in the spring of 2012. Read more.