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Autism in the News – 01.27.11

Xbox Live Labels Autistic Boy “Cheater” (Seattle, Wash.)
She says they’ve stolen his confidence and may end up isolating her autistic son even more than he is now. Read more.

Ante 4 Autism poker tournament raises more than $9,000 (Las Vegas, Nv.)
he third annual Ante 4 Autism event here this week, a Texas hold ’em poker tournament held during the Las Vegas Market, has raised more than $9,000 for Autism Speaks. Read more.

Game Changer (Pasadena, Calif.)
After nearly two years of talks with Los Angeles County zoning officials and numerous entreaties with a bothered neighbor, Jim and Cathy Gott, operators of Altadena’s Danny’s Farm, a home-based petting zoo that for three years came to serve thousands of special needs children, were forced to close the barn door for good last month. Read more.


Orange supports children with autism (Panorama)
Today in “ArBeS” Health Center Orange and “Arabkir” United Children’s Charity Foundation summed up the results of the project launched in May 2010, which aimed to support the children with autism and their parents. Read more.

NHS student the inspiration behind autism awareness at Colgate (Hamilton, N.Y.)
This weekend, the Colgate University Women’s Hockey team will dedicate a pair of home games to its annual community service project, all in an effort to raise autism awareness and to benefit Autism Speaks, the Family Resource Network, the Kelberman Center and Project Oz. Read more.

  1. aeronm
    January 27, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    Very happy to come across your blogsite today… keep up the good work! I hope it’s okay if I put a link to your site from my blog.
    Exciting news about Dr. Wakefield being vindicated…..!! I can’t wait to see all those newsmedia outlets back-track like mad!!!

  1. January 27, 2011 at 2:14 pm
  2. January 28, 2011 at 5:12 am

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