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Autism in the News - 03.07.12

Newman revises autism-training bill (Richmond, Va.)... More...

Autism in the News - 03.06.12

W.Va. autism insurance "fix" gets 11th-hour review (Charleston, W. Va.)Legislation meant to fix West Virginia's new law requiring autism insurance coverage is getting a last-minute financial analysis. ... More...

Autism in the News - 02.17.12

Brain scans in infants shed light on autism onset (CNN) New research provides evidence that wiring in the brains of children with autism differs from typically developing children as early as six months of age, according to a... More...

Autism in the News - 02.16.12

Mercury again ruled out as autism cause (FoxNews.com) Mercury does not cause autism, another study now concludes. The levels of mercury in the urine of children with autism were no higher than urine mercury levels o... More...

Autism in the News - 02.15.12

Lindt Announces 2012 Autism Speaks Partnership Program (Stratham, N.H.) Premium Swiss chocolatier, Lindt, announces today it is once again partnering with Autism Speaks to raise funds and awareness for autism during the Easter sea... More...

Autism in the News - 02.14.12

Autistic Danvers Boy Denied Skating Lessons, Policy Changes (Danvers Patch) A six-year-old Danvers resident with autism was denied group skating lessons in Peabody if his parents or therapist had to be present. ... More...

Autism in the News - 02.13.12

Autism therapy apps balloon, but therapeutic benefits remain to be proved (TechWorld) With one honk, the course of Shannon Des Roches Rosa's day abruptly changed. "It's my son," Rosa announced, as she quickl... More...

Autism in the News - 02.10.12

Autism experts to gather at USC symposium (PsychOrg.com) USC faculty and community experts are slated to convene on March 9 at the USC Occupational Science Symposium to share research and perspectives on autism and autism spectrum... More...

Autism in the News - 02.09.12

Former Autism Society director charged in $60K theft (Atlanta Business Chronicle) The former executive director of the Autism Society of America’s Greater Georgia Chapter is charged with taking more than $60,000 from th... More...

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