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National MMR Catch Up Campaign launched”:

London bracing itself for a potential measles epidemic”:

Measles epidemic fears prompt new MMR jab drive by Department of Health”:

Matthew Brook Update “Sister forced to abandon brother after care cut”:

I rubbed dirty nappy in autistic boy’s face”:,23599,24107738-421,00.html

National Autism Association receives generous donation to fund more counties with Project Lifesaver equipment”:

Disability groups protest ‘Tropic Thunder”:

Autistic kids’ outbursts stir furor and guilt”:

Keith Kennedy meets St. Paul firefighters who rescued him”:

Kennedys can’t thank people enough”:

Mediaset sues Google over YouTube clips…

Last week, Italian prosecutors said that they would charge four Google executives for failing to monitor content, including a video of youths taunting an autistic classmate.”:

AM’s new role with autism campaigners”:

Critics call for Savage to step down”:

By their Savagery ye shall know them”:

Small protest, big impact”:

$33K bill after dogs banned from flight”:

I Exist: help us make a difference in your local area”:

Autism in the media: new workshop at our international conference”:



Why real and imagined disgust have the same effect…

…The next step will be to study IFO activation in autism. It is generally assumed that autistic people can’t identify the emotions of others, but clinical studies alternatively suggest that perhaps they feel others’ emotions too well, to the point that they are overwhelmed. “These experiments can help tease these options apart,” says Keyser.”

Autistic children make limited eye contact”:

CDC: New data on epilepsy from multiple states”:

Researchers find differences in swallowing mechanism of Rett syndrome patients”:

Robot playmates help autistic kids with social skills”:

Scientists to study link between gluten, dairy products and autism in kids”:

Misconceptions about Bipolar Disorder”:

New treatments for Bipolar Disorder found”:

Medications for Bipolar Disorder’s manic phase may be feasible”:

Bipolar youths misreading of faces may be risk marker for illness”:



It’s a question of restraint for teachers of autistic kids”:

Autistic boy in tears after he was denied help in exam”:

School apologises to autistic boy”:

State-of-the-art Armaugh autism centre unveiled”:

Autism in schools”:

New video modeling software helps autistic children”:

Assistance dog bonds with Decatur girl just in time for school”:

Preparing for school and the bus”:


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The media’s addiction to controversy can seriously damage your health”:

Autism diagnosis shakes family…”He is who he is because he is autistic,” she said. “It’s so much part of his personality that I don’t want to take that away from him because then I won’t know him.”:

Dog a perfect companion for autistic St. Paul boy”:

From the Archives “Clay Aiken idolizes kids with developmental disabilities”:

American Idol crooner Clay Aiken now a father”:;_ylt=Au7SD.Nuoadp2fBi80M96t6mG78C

Aresenal raises £500,000 for autism charity, Treehouse”:

UK model Jordan to adopt a disabled Bulgarian orphan”:

A robot with emotions”:

Expert advice on choosing a dog for your autistic child”:

VCFS “Girl struggling with health challenges finds others like her”:

From the Archives “A Mind Apart: Travels in a Neurodiverse World”

Sylvia Plath”:

The Life and Works of Sylvia Plath”:

Sylvia – the movie”:

Enter the LEGO Club charity challenge”:

Choir on the Great Wall of China

Autism in China: A mother’s Journey”:

NAS information in Chinese”:

Kite Flying around the Drum Tower

Photo Gallery: China”:

Chinese Dragon Boat

China’s Journey “China: Inside the Dragon”:

The Imperial Garden, Beijing

Photo Gallery: Beijing Sights”:

Hutong in Beijing

Best of Beijing”:

Beijing Association for Rehabilitation of Autistic Children (BARAC)
No. 6 Hospital attached to Beijing University
No 51 Huayuan Bei Road
Haidian District
100083 PR
Tel: +86 (0) 10 6207 8248
Fax: +86 (0) 10 8280 1905
(confirmed 10/08)

Stars and Rain Education Institute for Autism
Dongxu Xincun 4Qu No. 57
Chaoyang District
10024 Beijing
Tel: 0086-10-85373236
Fax: 0086-10-85373486
(updated 3/09)

Shenzhen Autism Association
Tel: (86 755) 26936888 Ext 8722
Fax: (86 755) 26936988

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Michael PhelpsMichael Phelps ~ ADHD and the road to Beijing “Q & A with Deborah Phelps, mom of swimmer Michael Phelps”:

ADHD – The Essential Guide, New Book”:

Kaplan University graduates 2.278 online students”:,490928.shtml

More adults than children taking ADHD medication”:

Shire relaunches, a virtual road map providing information, tools and practical tips”:

Pediatricians nix heart tests before ADHD drugs”:

Why is ADHD treated with stimulants?”:

ADD/ADHD medications: News and more tips for Vyvanse”:

Sleep Disorders “Are tonsils causing ADHD?”:”
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Wishaw man runs Half marathon for autism charity”

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Universe of Gymnastics’ gym brings ‘family’ philosophy to area”:

Grab a ‘Pisa’ the action: trek Tuscany this September!”:

Sky diving: take the plunge for the NAS”:

Support NAS Scotland … by eating Sunday lunch”:

The London Triathlon 2008 – 9th-10th August”:

Adidas Women’s 5k Challenge – 7th September, 2008”:

Derry, Northern Ireland – Waterside Half Marathon – 13th September, 2008”:

Donegal ‘Mooathon’ 2008 – 28th September – ‘the wildest, most fun half-marathon you will ever do! It’s also an excellent warm-up race for the adidas Dublin Marathon in October.’:

Dublin Marathon – 27th October, 2008”:

Newcastle & Portsmouth “BUPA Great North Run 2008 – World’s Biggest Half Marathon – 5th October”:

Sahara Desert Trek – 8th-15th November, 2008”:

Cycle China 2009 – 19th-29th March”:

Trek the Inca Trail 2009 – 14th-23rd May”:

Trek Jordan 2009 – 10th-14th September”:



Australian band set for first World Tour – “Rudely Interrupted”

Help the Rudies rock out at UN!”:

Pianist Tony DeBlois to appear at Hilton-Winn Farm Aug. 9”:

Play time that can change a child’s world”:



Autism Rocks notecards”:

Children’s Artwork”:

Autism Art” Featured Artist – Charles Burns

Charles Burns was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome relatively late in life, in his early forties, soon after his son was diagnosed with the same condition. In his youth he attended a boarding school in Yorkshire before going on to study art at Exteter and Wolverhampton Art Colleges. On leaving college in the mid 1980s he recognised that it would be quite impossible for him to survive in the conventional workplace, and that if he was to work at all it would have to be for himself. He spent the next 12 years working as a street artist in London’s Covent Garden, drawing portraits and later cutting silhouettes for visitors to London at the weekend craft market, where he soon developed a reputation for the speed and accuracy of his work. It was during these years that he developed his passion for silhouettes, which is today his main means of earning a living; his skill with a pair of scissors being much in demand for corporate events, weddings, and the like. Charles’ success with his silhouettes meant that he was able to leave Covent Garden (not without some regrets) in 1997, and devote himself full-time to his present work as “artist/entertainer”. Life drawing has also been a continuing interest for Charles, which began during his years at art college. The present series of torn paper collages was begun around the year 2000 and is a continuing source of experimentation today. Charles presently lives with his wife and 2 children in Reading, and works from an old barn which he uses as a studio. These works are exhibited very rarely.

NAS “Take part in our creativity competition”:



NeoClassics Films lands “The Black Balloon”:,492744.shtml

Actors for Autism”:



Born on A Blue Day, Daniel Tammet a Childhood Autistic Savant Shares Inspirational Story”:

VIDEO(PAL Format) 30mins “Asperger’s Syndrome – Crossing the Bridge”

One of the world’s leading authorities on Asperger’s Syndrome, Dr. Tony Attwood, interviews Dr. Liane Willey as they discuss her life-time experiences, struggles, and triumphs over this syndrome.

Asperger Syndrome, Adolescence, and Identity:

Looking Beyong the Label”

Authors: Harvey Molloy and Latika Vasil

Congratulations! It’s Asperger Syndrome”

Author: Jen Birch

Succeeding with Autism: Hear my Voice”

Author: Judith H. Cohen

Foreword by Temple Grandin

The Feeling’s Unmutual”

Growing Up With Asperger Syndrome (Undiagnosed)

Author: Will Hadcroft

Anne Droyd and Century Lodge”

Author: Will Hadcroft

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The eagerly awaited and unmissable sequel to Anne Droyd and Century Lodge is set for release this September. For further information and to view the stunning cover art courtesy of Laura Diehl…

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Beijing Games Opening Ceremony

In closing, a look at the latest from the Beijing Olympics…

Beijing Olympics, 2008 – Events, Highlights, Medal Tally and more”:

2008 Summer Olympic Games, Beijing, Facts, News, Photos”:

Something for the children…Some wonderful Chinese crafts – from a handprint dragon to terracotta warriors, there’s something for every child over at Activity Village!

Till next time,

Take Care,


Beautiful China

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