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Researchers hope to revolutionize autism diagnosis through Autism & Beyond app
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Researchers hope to revolutionize autism diagnosis through Autism & Beyond app

New York --- A team of researchers from Duke are hoping to revolutionize how autism is diagnosed in young children through an iPhone app called 'Autism & Beyond'. The researchers are working closely with Apple in hopes of improving how autism is diagnos...
Press Release – The TV Teacher celebrates 10 years of breakthroughs for Autism, Down syndrome, and others learning to write
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Press Release – The TV Teacher celebrates 10 years of breakthroughs for Autism, Down syndrome, and others learning to write

ATLANTA, Sept. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The TV Teacher, LLC™, the creator of five award-winning handwriting programs, is celebrating ten years of helping children with special needs learn to write. The multi-sensory program was co-created by Susan ...
Child with autism told he can start going to school after funding dispute was resolved
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Child with autism told he can start going to school after funding dispute was resolved

Edmonton, Canada --- A child with autism who was caught in a crossfire between two school districts and his mother over funding for his schooling has been told he can now start going to school. Simon Wray is set to start seventh grade this year, but the pre...
Press Release – Finished at School: Supporting young people with autism to move from school to college
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Press Release – Finished at School: Supporting young people with autism to move from school to college

One day training courses to help staff support young people with autism to move from school to college are being hosted across all nine regions in England, on dates in Autumn term 2015 and Spring term 2016, across ten colleges. Ambitious about Autism, the l...
Press Release – New survey shows kids with special needs being forced to leave public education.
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Press Release – New survey shows kids with special needs being forced to leave public education.

BRITISH COLUMBIA April 14, 2015 – The advocacy group BC Parents of Special Needs Children – Action for Equitable Access to Education released the results of its survey today in which more than half (51%) of the 236 respondents, said they had removed their chil...