Kuwait Center for Autism achieves international prominence in short period of time

Kuwait— Abdulmohsen Al-Kharafi, the Secretary General for Kuwait Awqaf Public Foundation (KAPF) which sponsors the Kuwait Center for Autism (KCA), said that remarkable achievements have been achieved by the center in just a short period of time, which paved the way for its prominence in the international scene. Speaking at a press conference for the […]

Psychologist tells court that man accused of murder has Asperger’s syndrome

Glasgow – Luke Quinn,  45  is accused of murdering Simon Richardson, 45 in a city centre street on November 10 2013. He was allegedly punched after having been knocked to the ground and then stamped on. He later died due to internal bleeding. A jury at the High Court in Glasgow were given evidence from Prof Thomas […]

The Judge – Sad Ending

A successful lawyer returns to his hometown for his mother’s funeral only to discover that his estranged father, the town’s judge, is suspected of murder. He sets out to discover the truth and along the way reconnects with the family he walked away from years before. I liked this movie but it was sad. I […]

Motorcycle shop offer helping hand and friendship to teen with autism

Stuart, FL – When the video showing the beating of Okeechobee teen, Aaron Hill, who has autism went viral, Treasure Coast Harley-Davidson decided to help out. We reported on this incident in early August, the article can be read here.Every weekend the 16-year-old will learn all about working with motorcycles. WPTV News Channel 5 met […]

Mum spends 50 hours locked in glass box for autism awareness

Stoke-On-Trent, UK – 40-year-old mother of 3, Ally Nicklin  spent last weekend in Tesco, however she was not doing the weekly shop. She was encased in a large glass box for a total of 50 hours. This was done to raise autism awareness and money for Caudwell Children a registered charity that support families with […]

Jamaica – Mother of child with autism helps raise awareness through Digicel’s 5K event

Jamaica – Kimberly Brown-Muthra is a credit and collections analyst at the Digicel Foundation, a nonprofit charity, who is volunteering at their annual 5K Run/Walk. Brown-Muthra was inspired to help because of her son Kareem Muthra whose on the autism spectrum. Brown-Muthra took her son to be evaluated at the offices of developmental pediatrician Dr. […]

Old school gives new life to children with Autism

Inkstir, Michigan – Baylor Elementary School in Inkster was closed in 2013, It has now reopened and has become the new home for a county-wide autistic program which is run by the Garden City Public School. It now has the new name of, The Burger Baylor Center for Students with Autism. Garden City Public School […]

Community help buy ELF bike for teen with Autism

Steinbach MANITOBA –   Braiden Krahn, 19, has had the support of his local community in helping him to become more independent.  Braiden who is on the autistic spectrum,  has never learned to drive and cannot ride a bike. However, with the help of the local community in Steinbach, Braiden now has the independence he has […]

Broward deputies reunite therapy dog with six year old autistic girl

BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Broward Sheriffs Office went on an immediate search for a missing French Bulldog named Sampson after they received a 911 call about the missing dog.  Sampson. lovingly known as Sammy, is a therapy dog for Madeline, a six year old girl with autism. The dog went missing from heir home after […]

Art Beats & Eats Opens Early For Families With Autism

Royal Oak, MI – Annual Labor day weekend festival Art Beats & Eats hosted a special day for families with autism called Family Days. The amazing festival for the 1,600 families with autism included free parking, carnival rides especially designed for their children, food, and the chance to come a whole hour early to avoid […]