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Autism, General

Children’s Book Offers Boy’s View Of Life With Autism

 by Michael Walsh via DisabilityScoop Nine-year-old Milan Bonilla-Cruz has autism, but it’s not who he is. That’s the conclusion to the book he wrote and illustrated called “Autism & Me,” about a fictional character named Mike that Milan based on himself. It’s... Continue Reading 

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Accessibility, Autism, General awareness

Need a vacation idea? Sesame Place Is Now the World’s First Autism-Certified Theme Park

Sesame Place Is Now the World’s First Autism-Certified Theme Park via @PureWow What exactly does that mean? For starters, at least 80 percent of the park staff will receive specialized training (in areas such as communication, motor skills and sensory and emotional... Continue Reading 

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Autism, Employment

Employment and Autism

“… what Tom wants, more than anything, is to work. ‘For money and independence,’ Tom explains. Just like the rest of us.” Learn more about #AutismAcceptance here: https://wapo.st/2HbDDpI

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