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Autism in the News – 06.16.11

Edmonton father found guilty of abuse of autistic son (Canada)
An Edmonton father was found guilty Wednesday of abusing his teenage autistic son, who was described as emaciated when police found him lying on a filthy mattress in an isolated room in the family’s home three years ago. Read more.

Judge: Allow boy to take service dog to school (Santa Ana, Calif.)
A boy with autism should be allowed to take his service dog with him when he attends elementary school, a federal court judge ruled Tuesday. Read more.

How to Volunteer With Your Kids This Summer (Mt. Airy Patch)
Looking for something to keep your child busy this summer that doesn’t involve spending a small fortune?  Read more.

Memorable day for Davidson students (Middletown, Penn.)
It was a memorable moment for family, friends and staff when 23 special-needs students reached an educational milestone Wednesday afternoon by graduating from Elwyn’s Davidson School. Read more.

Emotional triumph has no limits Seymour graduate with Aspergers among 161 to receive dimplomas (Republican American)
A world of imagination opened for Hector Daniel Gereda when he found literature. Read more.

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