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As a kid I brought home every pet I could find! From hamsters (we had over 100) to lizards, I spent hours watching my pets, analyzing what they were thinking and what it would feel like to be them. Out of all the animals though, dogs were the ones with whom I felt the most special connection.

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Our community is filling up Twitter with images of their loved ones on the autism spectrum and it's beautiful.

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Regardless of the activity or chosen location, my sister ALWAYS gets stares. Always. I want to make it perfectly clear here: I UNDERSTAND. I am not mad or confused about why people look around to find the source of the loud vocal noise being made in the store. It’s what happens next that I would love to give people some insight into.

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"No matter how much you raised or how many people showed up, the fact that you put in all the effort really does count for something..."

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Barona Speedway welcomed Autism Speaks for the first annual Autism Awareness Night. Racing started at 5pm featuring 7 different divisions, starting with the smaller Mini Dwarf cars.

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She took him everywhere. She showed him where he would enter at a restaurant to eat first. She even asked him what table he wanted to sit at. Then she showed him the private restrooms he would use, walked him around the arena and showed him our seats, explaining how loud it would be the next day.

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