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Girl with Asperger’s Syndrome Tells Her Story to Raise Awareness

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Once Jacki got started on her blog, it quickly became a way to translate Marta’s everyday thoughts and actions. She was also able to connect with other families whose children have Asperger’s Syndrome.






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North Carolina Man to Build Group Home for Autistic Adults 

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Inspired by his autistic daughter, George Bean’s main goal with Swallowtail Farms is to provide housing options for adults with autism to live and work on a sustainable farm.






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Toronto Family Finds A Safe Haven For Their Son

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After lots of hard searching, the Phipps family discovered Geneva Day Camp for Autism. Here, their son finally found a sense of belonging.






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Twin Sister Gives Her Brother a Day to Remember

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At first, family members in Birmingham, AL were nervous on how he would react. Often times in a big crowd or surrounded by lots of noise, Anders gets overwhelmed. But once he stood on the stage, all you could see was a huge smile as he turned to his sister with a look that said “I did it!”






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New Ground Breaking Documentary: Autism in America

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Director and writer Zac Adams has created an emotionally eye opening film that attempts to answer questions about autism. He complies personal stories from families and professionals who are effected by autism on a daily basis.






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The Odd Way Home: A Film That Gives An Intimate Look at Autism

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There are a handful of films that provide audiences a look into the faces of autism spectrum disorder. The 2013 film The Odd Way Home is a compelling and visually stunning piece worth checking out.






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Books to Help You Find the Right Words to Say

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There are moments and experiences in which our words fail us, strive as we may. The following books, however, help with overcoming this obstacle using a child-friendly approach towards discussing autism.






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Autistic Siblings Display Genetic Differences More Than Similarities

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Autism Spectrum Disorder includes such a wide range of symptoms and behaviors, and new research shows that the genetics involved are just as diverse.






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The Unbreakable Boy: A Story of Courage Through Adversity

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In his new book, “The Unbreakable Boy: a Father’s Fear, a Son’s Courage, and a Story of Unconditional Love,” parent Scott LeRette shares story of his life with Austin, his eighteen-year-old son with autism.






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