Volume III Issue No. 2
Autism Asperger's Digest
Future Horizon Affiliates
WALK NOW event info
Childcare / Respite
Programs and Services
Medical News Update
Our Beautiful Children
Artwork / Photos
Artist of the Month
Temple Grandin 2005 Award Winners Announced!
Summer and Fall Dates Announced
Check out our summer and fall conference dates featuring Dr. Tony Attwood, Dr. Temple Grandin, Dr. Jed Baker and many others! View more details here.
Temple Grandin Award Photos
Enjoy some photos of the Temple Grandin Award winners!
View photos here!
Radio Interviews and Newspaper Articles
Listen to an interviews with Dr. Temple Grandin, Sean Barron, Veronica Zysk and Ellen Notbohm and read an interview featured in the Dallas News with Angie Healy
ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Award Winner
Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships
by Dr. Temple Grandin and Sean Barron
Autism-Asperger's Digest magazine
Enjoy a Sneak Peek of a current article
"Speaking Through Numbers"
Artist of the Month
Enjoy the work of Calvin Nye
Medical News Update:
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Autism-related 'red flags' at age 2
Researcher: Hard to link measles vaccine, autism
Cracking the Autism Puzzle
Local Researchers Work on Autism Therapies
US Scientists back autism link to MMR
Heavy metals may be implicated in autism
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Temple Grandin Award Winner sheds light on world of autism
In one year she has evolved from self-described hermit to highly sought-after public speaker with a national audience of people who confront a problem she has dealt with all her life: autism.
View list of Temple Grandin Award winners here.
Temple Grandin's books are available here - Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships, Animals in Translation, Thinking in Pictures and Emergence: Labeled Autistic.
View Temple Grandin's website here.
Boys band together for autism research
JEZ - a band of rockers who are still in elementary school is selling CD's of their songs to raise money for Autism Speaks.
Wiffle ball for autism hits a home run
As much as I enjoy wiffle ball, the connection with autism was what piqued my interest.
TV anchor-Mom fights autism and films it
Lauren was a rising star anchoring financial news on CNN for five years. Five years ago, she abandoned her job to care for her child after he was diagnosed with autism. She is the creator of the short documentary film, Autism Every Day.
View the film here. (approx. 15 minutes in length)
Autism & Adults: Finding indepencence
There's been a lot of attention focused on the unexplained swell of children with autism that began in the 90's and now affects one in every 166 births in the United States. But there are adults, like Paul DiSavino, who were ahead of that wave.
Autism services "Worker of
When she arrived at Autism Services Association in Wellesley six years ago she was like Eliza Doolittle. Since then she's matured into what Dr. Joel Smith said is a sort of "My Fair Lady."
Children with autism learn to tickle the ivories
When Beth Bauer wanted to teach chldren with autism, people didn't think that she could do it. She's enjoyed proving them wrong.
High-tech device helps students better manage lives
Walpole school is using a high-tech device to help students with neurological disorders such as autism and Asperger's Syndrome better manage their lives.
McMurray starts autism charity
Roush Racing driver Jamie McMurray has formed a foundation to promote awarenexx of and raise funding for research, education and support for individuals and families affected with autism.