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Autism

Read: Autism Awareness: Advocates Discuss Risks Involved with Disorder

Autism Awareness: Advocates Discuss Risks Involved with Disorder

Researchers are studying ways to prevent children with autism from wandering away, which is a risk many parents have experienced.

Read: Loyola Medical Center Officers Get Creative to Help Patient with Autism

Loyola Medical Center Officers Get Creative to Help Patient with Autism

Safety officers at Loyola University Medical Center are being praised for helping a man who became aggressive due to a paradoxical reaction to a medication.

Read: Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

The 13-year-old died two days after he lost consciousness while being physically restrained by a staff member at Guiding Hands School.

Read: 2 Ohio Teachers Placed on Leave for Dragging Student with Autism

2 Ohio Teachers Placed on Leave for Dragging Student with Autism

Surveillance video shows the two teachers dragging the 7-year-old student, who has autism, to the school office after misbehaving on the playground.

Read: ACLU Sues SRO for Handcuffing 2 Students with Disabilities

ACLU Sues SRO for Handcuffing 2 Students with Disabilities

A Kentucky school resource officer was videotaped handcuffing two students with disabilities as a punishment for acting out in class.

School Beating Sends Autistic Boy to Hospital

A male student with autism was sent to the hospital after being severely beaten in his school cafeteria by another student, according to the boy’s parents.

Report Claims Mother Appeased Lanza, Schools Enabled Her

The report found that throughout Adam Lanza’s life, there were missed opportunities to address his disabilities rather than accommodate them.

Read: LED Lighting Saves Money, Creates Better Learning Environment for Students with Autism

LED Lighting Saves Money, Creates Better Learning Environment for Students with Autism

The new lights at Cherokee Elementary School do not flicker when fully dimmed, creating less of a distraction in special needs classrooms.

CDC: 1 in 50 U.S. Children Have Autism

Read: Understanding Children With Autism

Understanding Children With Autism

An expert on the disorder explains the reasons behind students’ disruptive or inappropriate behavior and offers tips for how pupil transporters can respond to improve the quality of students’ lives in and outside the school bus.

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