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Autism in the News – 03.03.11

A Passion Shared By Father And Son (Golf Digest)
The day my son was born was the happiest of my life. Before we even left the hospital my dreams were far ahead in time. Where would Michael go to college? Would he become a hockey goalie like his dad? How long until the Sundays of watching football and tackling each other in the living room? Read more.

Aspergers, the Highest Form of Autism, Can be Overcome (NBC LA)
Andrew Hain is a successful high school student, who even lectures his classmates on occasion. He also works in the library. He’s a hard working, happy 18 year old. Read more.

Autistic adults making choices beneficial (University Park, Penn.)
Giving people with autism the power to choose their own leisure activities can boost their enjoyment, communication and social skills, a U.S. researcher says. Read more.

Autistic Rapper 50 Tyson Partners With Autism Society of Minnesota For Annual Walk (Baller Status)
Autistic rapper 50 Tyson is set to be one of the main guests of the Autism Society of Minnesota’s (AuSM) upcoming 11th annual Steps of Hope fundraising walk, which goes down on Sunday (March 6). Read more.

Annual conference highlights ‘Women on the Autism Spectrum’ (Groton, Conn.)
The Lighthouse Voc-Ed Center will present, “Celebrating Women on the Autism Spectrum,” from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 21 at the Mystic Marriott Hotel and Spa. Read more.

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