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December 18, 2014

Brayden Stallons has embarked on a mission to "Gobble Up Hunger" for the holidays: to gather turkeys for the The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri. The project is to help Stallons earn his Eagle Scout ranking and help people in his community have a protein-rich, hearty meal.

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December 04, 2014

Students on the Maize South Middle School basketball team in Maize, Kansas, learned a valuable lesson about inclusion — and brightened one boy with autim's day.

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December 04, 2014

"Out of a dozen invited classmates, one turned up. Most parents did not even bother to RSVP... Afterward I couldn't help but feel sad that only one schoolmate — one glorious, gorgeous, warm-hearted kid — could make it to Casey's party."

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December 03, 2014

"I always knew he loved getting his mail but when he asked for it, I cried. I actually sat here and cried. Both happy and sad tears. Happy because he was expressing his wants and sad because of how I was going to figure out how to get him what he wants."

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December 01, 2014

Scientist and CEO of Brain Power, Ned Sahin, will being beta testing his Google Glass apps for kids with autism in early 2015.

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November 20, 2014

Bryce Frost, 14, of Allegan, Michigan, was ruthlessly bullied for years at school. Now, he hopes to help other students combat bullying through his "Stop the Bullying Now" campaign.

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November 14, 2014

After having trouble finding a school for his son with autism, chef Shaun Doty took matters into his own hands.

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November 11, 2014

"You would think because they're identical twins that their autism would be the same, but they're very different," Tracey Ruscil, a mother of three, told Mashable.

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