1. Number of autistic Wichita students doubles in five years

    It's a typical morning in Beth Orth's classroom at McCollom Elementary School – though she might argue there's no such thing – and five ...

  2. Autism: A Sibling Perspective

    Columbia, SC (WLTX)- Natalie Palumbo has been drawing since she was five years old. Her pictures have always been much more than just ...
  3. Docs need to be autism-aware

    Daily News & Analysis
    There's much need for awareness of autism among members of the medical fraternity. This was one of the highlights of a symposium organised ...
  4. Watch Kate Perry, Jodi DiPiazza with autism in 'Firework' duet

    New York - Comedy Central's "Night of Too Many Stars" benefit for autism programs featured Jodi DiPiazza, 11, who was diagnosed with ...

  5. Friendship finds a new home

    North Shore News
    The North Vancouver resident had been approached to design a play centre in Beijing that would facilitate children with autism in forming ...
  6. Struggling family seeks funding for autistic daughter

    Toronto Sun
    Arthurs' husband Chris, 59, has terminal colon cancer and the couple are no longer able to care for Emilia, 21, who has autism, epilepsy and ...

    Sun News Network
  7. Gala raises $10000 for autism care

    Fundraiser. One Piece Productions hosted their first ever Autism Gala on Friday (Oct 19) at the Mississauga Grand Banquet & Convention ...
  8. Autistic Children Can Identify Bad Behavior but Struggle with Putting ...

    Growing Your Baby
    Social cues and behavior can be difficult arenas for children with autism. Up to this point, it has primarily been understood that this is because ...
  9. Social network created around autism… why not other disabilities?

    StarNewsOnline.com (blog)
    Well, that was true for me until I came across MyAutismTeam.com, a social network specifically for parents of children with autism.
  10. Night of Too Many Stars using comedy for a good cause

    Calgary Herald
    A young autistic girl accomplished a feat beyond that of most, autistic or ... "They deserve to be nurtured," says Smigel of children with autism.