Autism in the News – 02.27.12
‘A place to shine’: Falmouth author shares advice for living with autism (Falmouth, Mass.)
When Lisa Jo Rudy decided to write a book on autism, she was following the age old advice, “Write what you know.” Read more.
Federal Appeals Court OKs Class Action Lawsuit for Families Denied Autism Therapy (Juvenile Justice)
Last week, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals refused a petition from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan that would have overturned an earlier ruling allowing families denied certain autism therapy coverage to push forward with a class action lawsuit. Read more.
Building a special place for adults with autism (Philippines)
Very soon, a special place for special people will rise somewhere in Batangas. It will be the answer to the agony of parents with children with autism: who will take care of them when we are no longer around? Read more.
‘It’s Okay’ play to raise autism awareness (Marietta, W.Va.)
Sometimes, it can be a little difficult to relate to a child, or even an adult, suffering from the effects of autism. People with autism feel and perceive things differently, and it can lead to questions as to exactly how to interact with someone with the disorder. Read more.
Educators learn methods to teach autistic children (The Daily Cougar)
Families for Effective Autism Treatment hosted a workshop for individuals who have experience in working with children with developmental disabilities. Read more.
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