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Susan Boyle Diagnosed With Aspergers

Britain's Got Talent star Susan Boyle learns the truth after a number of incorrect diagnoses telling her she had brain damage. Doctors have now found that she has Asperger's Syndrome.Click to hear about her story.

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Noah's Ark Exhibit

The Noah's Ark Exhibit at the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. is an exciting, educational, and interactive model that allows kids to work with each other to create an amazing adventure. Click to hear more!

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The Milwaukee Brewers Host Autism Awareness NightThe Milwaukee Brewers Host Autism Awareness Night

On April 14, the Milwaukee Brewers hosted Autism Awareness Night at Miller Park. The venue was packed with fans, and kids on the spectrum were involved in many of the night's events...

Breslin’s StoryBreslin’s Story

When Breslin was nine months old, his mother Cathrine noticed he did things differently than the other children in play group. He wouldn’t look at her when she called his name. “Breslin was in his own mind,” Cathrine says, “and nobody else was around.” So she began googling potential causes for his behavior, including hearing loss and developmental delays. […]

Why Is Teaching Eye Contact So Important?Why Is Teaching Eye Contact So Important?

Why is teaching eye contact so important? Because it directly relates to social skills. We use our eyes as a means of communication.

I Am Not A NumberI Am Not A Number

At Pickerington North High School in Ohio, a gifted student on the autism spectrum got a low score on a test — and two teachers in the special ed department decided to make a statement about it.

April Smarty Activity – Emotions BookletApril Smarty Activity – Emotions Booklet

This month's Smarty activity revolves around identifying and labeling emotions.


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