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Judge Rotenberg Center Receives Funding from New York City – Controversy
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Judge Rotenberg Center Receives Funding from New York City – Controversy

The Judge Rotenberg Center in Caton, Massachusetts, receives $30 million per year of taxpayer money from New York City, in spite of a record of abuse and violations of New York state rules, including restraint, seclusion, hunger, and electric shocks. The schoo...
Taekwondo pilot program offers children with autism the chance to learn martial arts – w/video
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Taekwondo pilot program offers children with autism the chance to learn martial arts – w/video

Middleton, KY - A new pilot program offers children on the autism spectrum with the opportunity to receive specialized instruction in taekwondo. Hwang’s Martial Arts began offering the class last year which was partially developed by Sabine Buchanan as a meth...
Glus, the socially assistive robot that can help children with developmental delays and autism
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Glus, the socially assistive robot that can help children with developmental delays and autism

We recently read an article on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus website,  about how staff at ATP Assistive Technology Partners helped a mother to design a toy for her six-year-old son, Jadyn, who has a rare developmental birth defect. ATP'...