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Counselor uses acceptance to break through autism's barriers

Counselor uses acceptance to break through autism's barriers

Wearing a paper bag over your head? Spice it up!! paper bag mask diy insrtuctable

Wearing a paper bag over your head? Spice it up!! paper bag mask diy insrtuctable

These Kid's Outfits Look Completely Normal, But What They're Wearing Has Been Called Revolutionary [STORY]

These Kid's Outfits Look Completely Normal, But What They're Wearing Has Been Called Revolutionary [STORY]

Natural Hair is NOT For Everybody — But Not for the Reasons You Think | Black Girl with Long Hair

Natural Hair is NOT For Everybody — But Not for the Reasons You Think

Natural Hair is NOT For Everybody — But Not for the Reasons You Think | Black Girl with Long Hair

Schoolgirls with autism share experiences in young adult novel --  M in the Middle draws on ups and downs of Limpsfield Grange schoolgirls’ lives and how autism is different for girls

Schoolgirls with autism share experiences in young adult novel

Schoolgirls with autism share experiences in young adult novel -- M in the Middle draws on ups and downs of Limpsfield Grange schoolgirls’ lives and how autism is different for girls

Keeping a good job has never been easy, but for the one percent of Americans with autism, it's even harder.But one professor at Portland State University, who has autism herself, is hoping to change that.

Keeping a good job has never been easy, but for the one percent of Americans with autism, it's even harder.But one professor at Portland State University, who has autism herself, is hoping to change that.

People with autism DO care about others

People with autism DO care about others

People with autism were found to show normal empathic concern for others and a greater tendency to avoid causing harm to others, scientists found (file photo)

When given the right supports and training, a new study suggests that nearly all young people with autism who qualify for supported employment can learn to excel on the job.

Bucking Trend, 9 In 10 With Autism Land Jobs After Training

When given the right supports and training, a new study suggests that nearly all young people with autism who qualify for supported employment can learn to excel on the job.

Debra Caudy was frustrated a few years ago, frustrated with the lack of options for her son's future.

Debra Caudy was frustrated a few years ago, frustrated with the lack of options for her son's future.

Meet 'The Mutants': The students who wear their autism with pride

Meet 'The Mutants': The students who wear their autism with pride

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