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Father Pushes to Get Autism Awareness Sign

Louis Blazer, a resident of the Town of Tonawanda in New York, successfully convinced the town board to install two signs alerting drivers that an autistic child lives in the area.

A resident of Tonawanda, New York, successfully convinced the town to install two signs alerting drivers that an autistic child lives in the area. Louis Blazer said that he and one other family were pushing to get the sign installed because they both have highly autistic children. He said he wanted to protect his son before it was too late.

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Autism Could Cost Americans $1 Trillion by 2025

Alarming numbers have been calculated in a new study published online in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders , conducted by Paul Leigh and Juan Du, health economists at the University of California, Davis.

Caring for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the United States is becoming pricier. Alarming numbers have been calculated in a new study published online in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, conducted by Paul Leigh and Juan Du, health economists at the University of California, Davis.

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App Created For and By Teens with Autism Aids Daily Activities

Dubbed LOLA, which stands for “Laugh Out Loud Aide,” the app aims to remind children on the autism spectrum to complete certain tasks that they may forget about, which could be due to a sensory overload that they experience.

Dubbed LOLA, which stands for “Laugh Out Loud Aide,” a new app aims to remind children on the autism spectrum to complete certain tasks that they may forget about, which could be due to a sensory overload that they experience.

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ICare4Autism receives Gracious Goodbye from Armenian Partners

Narine and Marine share their goodbyes in a Shema Kolainu classroom.

Narine Vardanyan and Marine Yengoyan recall their month with Shema Kolainu. They express gratitude in learning new methods, recognizing the impact this Applied Behavior Analysis training will have upon their return to The International Child Development Center.

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Statement from iCare4 Autism / Shema Kolainu about Brandon Darbeau

Brandon Darbeau, 20, who has autism went missing in August of 2015 in Brooklyn, NY.

The Shema Kolainu family is saddened to hear the news about Brandon Darbeau, 20, going missing and encourage all of our Brooklyn neighbors to share his photo and to be on the lookout for him.

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    Father Pushes to Get Autism Awareness Sign

    A resident of Tonawanda, New York, successfully convinced the town to install two signs alerting drivers that an autistic child lives in the area. Louis Blazer said that he and one other family were pushing to get the sign installed because they both have highly autistic children. He said he wanted to protect his son before it was too late.

    Autism Could Cost Americans $1 Trillion by 2025

    Caring for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the United States is becoming pricier. Alarming numbers have been calculated in a new study published online in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, conducted by Paul Leigh and Juan Du, health economists at the University of California, Davis.

    App Created For and By Teens with Autism Aids Daily Activities

    Dubbed LOLA, which stands for “Laugh Out Loud Aide,” a new app aims to remind children on the autism spectrum to complete certain tasks that they may forget about, which could be due to a sensory overload that they experience.

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