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Thank You To Many Thoughtful Committed Citizens

There are many small groups of thoughtful committed citizens I’ve had the honor to be a part of that enabled our organization to grow and they should be recognized for changing the status quo of education, research, play and support for people with an autism spectrum disorder.

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Feeling Blue

Today I celebrate the many accomplishments of my son Patrick and the thousands of individuals living with autism in our state. But, I must ask as an advocate and mother why we are using our scarce resources to increase awareness rather than provide resources to improve quality of life?

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iTunes, Bad People and CDs

 

Remembering our many PASSWORDs is becoming more of a chore and stresser for so many of us. Is the imminent threat to my NetFlix or iTunes account so great that I should carry a toggle with a new PASSWORD every 15 minutes? That's what it seems like we join more online and Cloud-based organizations. See how a unique experience of resetting one's PASSWORD helps to put it all into perspctive.

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More Than a Village… A Very Special Family

After eight great years of entertainment, support and awareness of autism spectrum disorders and the Autism Project's summer program Camp WANNAGOAGAIN!, Catwalk to Campground produced it's final fashion show. We are forever grateful for the commitment to our camp and the many families we serve. Read our blog to fully understand the love, creativity and hard work that went into producing one of the best events in support of our programs.

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The Paleo Diet and Autism

 

People who know about the Paleo Diet instantly think of it as an effective weight loss program and a great diet and fitness regimen for athletes. In recent years, however, researchers have found that the Paleo Diet may be of great benefit to children and adults diagnosed with autism.

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Gluten-Free Casein-Free Diets for Autism

What is a gluten-free/casein-free diet for autism?

How does a gluten-free/casein-free diet for autism work?

Which foods contain gluten?

Which foods contain casein?


 

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Learning, playing, dancing and graduating UNIFIED

A new era has begun in education. Actually, it’s been growing for four years in the halls of East Greenwich High School. Thanks to the leadership of the administration and faculty, the open minds and hearts of the students and the adoption of two programs, students with and without disabilities experienced daily life, academics, sports, art, theater, the Prom and graduation as one of the most unified communities ever. 

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Millennials are the new generation

It’s been a long road to today. IEP meetings, endless teachable moments, therapies, Adaptive PE, special education, regular education classes, home-based therapies, community-based therapies, resource, the list of support is too long to list.  Check out the full blog written by Joanne Quinn today.

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One mom responds to conversation about a young girl with a disability being asked to leave PPAC.

One mom responds to the conversation about a young girl with a disability being asked to leave PPAC during a recent performance of Beauty and the Beast. Many companies including Showcase Cinema and theaters on Broadway are offering autism/disability friendly performances. What’s your view on the situation?  

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Food for Thought

Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Vanilla Ice Cream...

Do you have to cook using different diet modifications?  Gluten-free? Casein free?  It can often be a challenge to find recipes that are also appealing.  

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