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Last updated April 23, 2014






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  • Autism rates are on the rise
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released statistics that indicate Autism rates are on the rise, with one in 68 children in the United States(or 14.7 per 1,000 eight-year-olds), one in 42 boys, and 1 in 189 girls affected by the disease.
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April is Autism Awareness Month!
Term of the Month
ABC: Autism Behavior Checklist – A diagnostic device for autism. A checklist containing a list of behaviors and weighted scores which appear to be capable of measuring the level of autistic behaviors in individuals.
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Taking Cerebral Palsy to School
Special Kids in School
Mary Elizabeth Anderson
Available at Amazon
Even though Chad has cerebral palsy, he can still attend school and do many of the same things as his classmates. Written from Chad's perspective, this book answers many of the questions his classmates have but may be too scared or uncomfortable to ask.