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November 13, 2015
Restaurant fires patron who berated autistic delivery driver
An Alaska restaurant is being overwhelmed with goodwill after its owner defended an autistic delivery driver who was berated ...
November 09, 2015
Autistic teen chef turns food aversion into cooking passion
When Chase Bailey was diagnosed with autism at 2, his mother feared he'd never enjoy a typical childhood. Indeed, he hasn't.
November 02, 2015
Autism study 'Neurotribes' wins Samuel Johnson book prize
A book that challenges readers to think differently about autism has won Britain's leading literary award for nonfiction. U.S
October 28, 2015
NY agency to protect the disabled rarely brings charges
In a video he made with his PlayStation, a 12-year-old developmentally disabled boy in a group home points to his swollen ...
October 21, 2015
Sesame Workshop's Muppets get new friend with autism
There's a newcomer on the Sesame Street block, a preschooler with autism named Julia. The Sesame Workshop said Wednesday that ...
October 11, 2015
Books on autism, technology up for Samuel Johnson Prize
Two provocative books about the brain are among six finalists for Britain's leading literary award for nonfiction. U.S.
October 02, 2015
Virginia executes 1st inmate in nearly 3 years
A convicted serial killer who faced the death penalty in two states became the first inmate to be executed in nearly three ...
October 01, 2015
Virginia executes convicted serial killer after appeals fail
A 49-year-old convicted of murdering three people in Virginia and California nearly three decades ago was executed on ...
October 01, 2015
The Latest: Virginia executes serial killer
The latest on the scheduled execution of a convicted serial killer in Virginia. All times local: 9:30 p.m. Virginia has ...
September 08, 2015
Review: Must-read autism book shifts paradigm
"Uniquely Human: A Different Way of Seeing Autism" (Simon & Schuster), by Barry M. Prizant From its first pages, "Uniquely ...
August 03, 2015
Task force urges more research into child autism screening
A government task force says more research is needed to determine if toddlers should be screened for autism even if check-ups ...
July 20, 2015
Thousands of athletes prepare for Special Olympics this week
The first Special Olympics World Games drew about a thousand U.S. and Canadian competitors to Chicago for an event designed ...
July 14, 2015
Study: Early clue to why some children may have reading woes
New research suggests it may be possible to predict which preschoolers will struggle to read — and it has to do with how the ...