"As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has–or ever will have–something inside that is unique to all time. It’s our job to encourage each other to discover that uniqueness and to provide ways of developing its expression."

Fred Rogers

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THESOCIALCHASE.ORG — The Social Chase is a program started by Helen Taylor, a mom, to organize fun events for late teens to young adults on the spectrum and with special abilities. It is a parent support group; parents must remain with The Social Chasers during the events.  We have "Free to Be Me" events at the bowling …
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centerforautism.com — Leading the Way in the Successful Treatment of AutismThe Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD®) is the world’s largest autism treatment provider.
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myspectrumheroes.com — My Spectrum Heroes™ is committed to offering evidence-based formulas with superior raw materials and in optimal potencies. Unlike most vitamins and supplements on the market today, our formulas contain the therapeutic amounts necessary for efficacy. We source only the highest quality raw materials; …
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autismnutritionlibrary.com — The Autism Nutrition Library is an all-in-one resource for all things nutrition and autism. The ANL was created for parents and caregivers who have a loved one with autism to educate themselves on the evidence-based nutrition approaches that have proved to be effective to help individuals with autis…
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autismeye.com — Autism Eye Magazine: in-depth, useful information for parents and professionals focusing on autism spectrum disorder (ASD), including Asperger syndrome
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Autistic boys with large brains in early childhood still have large brains in adolescence, according to a new study. Autistic girls, too, have brains that grow differently from those of their non-autistic peers. The findings challenge the long-standing idea that brain enlargement in autism is tempor…
Yesterday · From Spectrum News
Catrina Thompson doesn’t worry about the safety of her 16-year-old autistic son Christopher when they’re in their hometown of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. There, Thompson is chief of police, and most people on the force know Christopher, she says. The officers also all get two training sessions on…
Yesterday · From Spectrum News
Ted, Unraveled A Book Review by Kimberly Gerry-Tucker Memoirs are my favorite books to read, along with nonfiction, and also biology and neuroscience, and autobiography and biographies too. I read this one by Brian Jay Jones: Like all of us, he started life as a baby, and then became a child. To be…
Yesterday · From The Art of Autism
Mutations in a set of 35 genes linked to autism affect both neurons and glial cells in developing mice, according to a study published today. The study is the first to screen multiple autism-gene mutations, one by one, in living mice and analyze their effects in individual brain cells. About 100 gen…
2 days ago · From Spectrum News
Autistic people may find eye contact uncomfortable. They may rock back and forth or flap their hands, particularly when they feel anxious. And they sometimes have trouble answering questions — all traits that can confuse and alarm law-enforcement officers, firefighters and ambulance crews who aren’t…
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