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“Bleach death: Mother jailed for seven years”:

“Murder trial begins for Salem, Mass., mother charged in attempted murder of autistic son”:

“Autistic teen dies after confrontation”:

“Girls jailed over hot iron torture of woman, 26”:

“Stepfather forced boy, 11, to go to bed in straitjacket and shackles ‘to help him sleep”:

“Stepfather jailed after forcing boy, 11, to sleep in straitjacket”:

“Kate Harper admonished after abandoning child in cold”:

“Former Appleton teacher Mary Berglund charged with child abuse”:

“Crews to continue searching for missing autistic boy near Montreal”:

“School bus driver arrested after sending over 1,000 texts while driving”:

“Pound Ridge parents of autistic teens arrested over extremely unsanitary conditions”:

“ACTION ALERT: Tell CDC “No” on Abuse-Enabling “Wandering” Code”:

“NAS: Latest news on Adult Autism Strategy”:

“Children and young people in South London could be hit by Mental Health Services being axed, says Unite”:

“How have the cuts affected disability services?”:

“Patients spend ‘too long in secure mental health units”:

“Adam Ant asks David Cameron for mental health talks”:

“NAS supports The Autism Show at ExCeL London”:

ReWalk Exoskeleton “Walking device set to change lives … A revolutionary new bionic walking device, that has been shown in the UK for the first time, is set to change the lives of many wheelchair users who may have given up hope of ever walking again.”:

“Scientists grow new retinas in lab prompting hope for blindness cure”:


“Autistic brains ‘organised differently’ say scientists”:

“Evidence lacking for most autism treatments”:

“Nerves that help people recognize faces function poorly in those on the autism spectrum: researchers”:

“Social Anxiety: Sweaty work in the hunt for the brain basis of social anxiety/Misreading faces tied to child social anxiety”:

“Social rejection hurts like physical pain”:

“Study looks at treating OCD via Skype”:

“Latest Depression Research: Teens Who Choose Music Over Books Likely To Be Depressed, Facebook Depression, Are Rich People More Depressed?, Diet Coke, Tai Chi, Mancession & Male Depression & More …”:

“Hope for Depression”:

“Novel depression study could help revolutionize treatment of depressed patients”:

“Anti-depressant stroke risk”:

“Genetic link to suicide attempts”:

“Exercise lessens anxiety in the short run”:

“Heart Health: Increased cardiac risk linked to occasional exertion, sex”:

“Study suggests a relationship between migraine headaches in children and a common heart defect”:

“Loss & Grieving: Losing a parent can be fatal”:

Calendrical Influences on Mood “This column will change your life: The emotional calendar”:

“Your brain on Omega-3”:

“How marijuana affects the way the brain processes emotional information”:

“Tapping into drinking facts for Alcohol Awareness Month”:

“Identification of gene involved in predisposition to alcohol consumption”:

“Study: Bipolar parents raise highly creative kids”:

“Schizophrenia: Ricky’s Story”:

“Studies ID key predictors of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder”:

“The Lingering Psychological Impact of the Disaster in Japan”:

“Anorexia, Bulimia and Older Women”:

“Ethnic Minorities are Silent Sufferers of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”:

“BPS Research Digest: The Special Issue Spotter”:

“The Surprising History of the Lobotomy”:

“Does the internet make you happy? Thoughts from SxSW”:

“Beware the rush from all-nighters”:

“Pessimism vs Optimism”:

“Free Webinar on Social Media and Relationships, April 4”:

“Affectionate communication can help ease emotional disconnect”:

“Relationships: 5 Top Skills To Entice Love & Respect, What Defensiveness Means in a Couple Relationship, Intimacy, Learning to Trust, The Internet & Its Effect On Marriage, Newlyweds, Revelation That Husband Is Gay, Successful Marriages & More …”:

“Virtual Hospital”:


“Proposals to provide parents with more power to make decisions over special needs education have been labelled “ridiculous”:

“Parents of Staten Island youngsters with Asperger’s Syndrome fight for smooth transition for graduates”:

“China Focus: Visit to Beijing school reveals hardships of autism education”:

“Genius at Work: 12-year-old is studying at IUPUI”:

“NAS: Heather is Wales’ Learner of the Year”:


“NAS opposes changes to WCA in Parliament”:

“Raleigh company provides free online tools for autistic job-hunters”:

“Employment: Stressed Out Working From Home?, Loss of Job Can Cause Premature Death In Men, Psychological Impact Of Being Out Of Work”:

“Managers Beware: Do everything you can to help your employees start the day in a good mood”:

Asperger Informatik AG “Professionelles Webdesign und Software Testing in Zurich”:

“Creative Support Ltd”:

“Autelligent Laboratories
We believe all people have a contribution to make and deserve an opportunity to be productive.
With your caring and excellent help, we are creating jobs for the 40 million people worldwide who are diagnosed with Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Today less than one in five of us are currently employed. We are motivated and competent and we deserve equal employment. Help make this a reality.
Autelligent Laboratories is dedicated to creating a space where autistic software engineers can more than contribute, we can excel.”:

Luxury Quality Scented Candles “Humbolt Candles – Autism & Disability Employment Company”:

Individuality, Diversity, Equality, Achievement
Auties..org is an Aspie & Autie friendly site for all people on the Autistic Spectrum who are ready to dare reach out to occupation and employment, open the doors to the community and market their abilities directly to the public and for those interested in supporting these pioneers.


Linking job seekers with vacancies in work related to autism, Aspergers and ASDs

“Employment within the NAS”:

For further employment information, please view”:


“Phillips: Raising son with Downs syndrome, autism, is a joy”:

“Kid hits web with some questions for Einstein”:

“Gainesville student shares his love of locomotion to give children a smile”:

“Boy Scout shoots for highest rank”:

“Thriving with autism: Choose laughter”:

“Despite Charlie Sheen saga, mental illness still isn’t funny”:

“Blind journalist hits her disability for six”:


“Enchanted Learning Easter & Spring Crafts”:

“Kaboose Easter Crafts for Kids”:

“Activity Village Easter Crafts for Kids”:

“Family Fun Website: Kids’ Easter Crafts”:


“Easter Around the World”:

“Best Ever Easter Recipes”:

“Easter Recipes for Children”:

“Easter Recipes”:


New Book “Learning to Slow Down and Pay Attention”:

“How is ADD/ADHD diagnosed?”:

“Treatment clinic for adult ADHD in Wollongong”:

“ADD/ADHD class cautions that stimulant meds may be related to heart disease”:

“Adults with ADD more creative: Study”:

“Helping kids with learning disabilities build listening skills”:

“Video games for ADD treatment”:

“ADHD affects women differently”:

“Making a difference”:

“UIC runs summer camp for kids with ADHD and others”:

“Watch will help those with ADHD focus”:

“FDA Advisory Hearings: Food dyes & ADHD”:

“ADHD Facts, Symptoms”:

“Strengths-based assessment”:

“ADHD diagnosis and treatment evolve with Neuroscience in SF”:

ADRES “Adverse Drug Reaction Electronic System(Adverse Drug Reactions Website)”- This website provides patients, doctors, and other medical professionals with a comprehensive examination of adverse drug reactions (ADRs), side effects, and other safety information for both prescription and over-the-counter medications.. Our goal is to allow users of our website make informed decisions when taking (patients) or prescribing (doctors) drugs. We are providing unmatched information and analysis tools.

Our objective is to promote awareness to AD/HD (Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) and to provide information and as much free practical help as we can to those affected by the condition, both adults and children, their families in the UK and around the World via this website.

“ADDISS” The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service…


“hi2u ADHD Pages”:



“Christopher’s song pitch perfect at Verizon Arena”:

“Video: Autistic and blind boy singer inspires thousands on YouTube”:

“Introducing the autistic saxophone player”:

“American Idol contestant has Asperger’s and Tourettes”:


“The AutisMusic Project”:


“Celebrate Uniqueness: Steven Wiltshire”:

“James Frye: Teen finding own voice in art”:

“Artist’s story goes national”:

“Part 2 of 3-part art exhibit goes up”:

GLIMPSE – the talents of the autism community
They are painters, sculptors and photographers; poets and storytellers; musicians and creators of amazing video games. They are kids, teens and adults. Last year, a new online publication arose to celebrate the talents of autistic individuals and other developmental disabilities: GLIMPSE, offered by ICDL (The Interdisciplinary Council of Developmental and Learning Disorders). In late 2008, Volume 2 of GLIMPSE was released, and was expanded into a print book and notecards. The works are serious, humourous, deeply personal and illuminating. See it for yourself, share it with others, submit your own/your child’s work for inclusion in Volume 3, to release later this year. Find information and ordering details at www.icdl.com

“Artisancam: an award winning interactive website that gives an insight into the lives of contemporary visual artists(aimed at school-aged children, parents/teachers)”:

“ARTROOM ………where under 17s can make and display art online”:


“NAS welcomes FILMCLUB autism season”:

“The Jerusalem Post: True emotion flows in ‘The Flood”:

“Mary, Max” for 15-and-up”:

“Will Asperger’s or colitis win ‘Idol’ contestants new fans?”:

“Actors for Autism”:


“Will Hadcroft: Doctor Who – The Chattath Factor Completed”:

“Jane Meyerding: Mapping Charlie”:

“Point to Happy: Book gives young autistic children a way to express themselves”:

“Understanding Autism For Dummies”
Temple Grandin, Stephen Shore, Linda G. Rastelli

“Asperger’s on the Job: Must-have Advice for People with Asperger’s or High Functioning Autism, and their Employers, Educators, and Advocates”
Rudy Simone
Foreword by Temple Grandin

“The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome”
Tony Attwood

“Practical Solutions for Stabilizing Students with Classic Autism to Be Ready to Learn: Getting to Go!”
By Judy Endow, MSW

“Outsmarting Explosive Behavior: A Visual System of Support and Intervention for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders”
By Judy Endow, MSW

“Born on the Wrong Planet”
By Erika Hammerschmidt

“Running on Dreams”
Eric Hoffer Award Winner, Young Adult Category(2010)
By Herb Heiman

“Al Capone Does My Shirts (11-18 years)”
By Gennifer Choldenko

“104 Activities That Build: Self-Esteem, Teamwork, Communication, Anger Management, Self-Discovery, and Coping Skills”
By Alanna Jones

“Making Visual Supports Work in the Home and Community: Individuals with Autism and Asperger Syndrome”
By Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D. And Jennifer Savner, M.S.

“A Beginner’s Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders: Essential information for Parents and Professionals”
Paul G. Taylor

“Embracing Asperger’s: A Primer for Parents and Professionals”
Richard Bromfield, PhD

“How Everyone on the Autism Spectrum, Young and Old, can …: become Resilient, be more Optimistic, enjoy Humor, be Kind, and increase Self-Efficacy – A Positive Psychology Approach”
June Groden, Ayelet Kantor, Cooper R. Woodard and Lewis P. Lipsitt

“Social Skills, Emotional Growth and Drama Therapy: Inspiring Connection on the Autism Spectrum”
Lee R. Chasen
Foreword by Robert J. Landy

Take Care,
Sunflowers, Italy