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Autism in the News – 03.28.11

A chance to raise awareness of autism (Brighton Pittsford Post)
This is an open letter to all homeowners and business owners. April is Autism Awareness Month. To start the month off, Autism Speaks will celebrate the second annual Light it Up Blue (for autism) Campaign. To celebrate World Autism Awareness Day, more than 500 buildings and landmarks will be shining blue in support, in more than 125 cities in 25 countries. Read more.

Create Autistic Child’s Theory of Relativity (Business Area)
Child Autism 12-year-old makes a scene in the world ofeducation. The reason is, this kid has an IQ higher than Einstein. In fact, hedeveloped his own theory of relativity. Read more.

Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck Reminds Everyone That April is Autism Awareness Month (Center Moriches, N.Y.)
Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck is reminding everyone that April is Autism Awareness Month. The camp is also having its Open House on April 2, which is World Autism Day. Read more.

Autistic teenagers get vocational training to make them employable (Dubai)
For the first time, teenagers enrolled at the Dubai Autism Centre have been offered the opportunity to undergo vocational training that enables them to be more independent and self-reliant. Read more.

Four films for autism families are ‘sensory friendly’ (The Ridgefield Press)
The Ridgefield Playhouse will support April Autism Awareness Month with “movievents” April 3, 10, 17 and 23. Read more.

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