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      In an effort to create a better understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder, we have created this "Faces For Autism" blog. Here, you can share an in depth, no holds barred look into the day to day triumphs, struggles and real world stories not only from individuals with Autism but also you; the people in their lives that support them. Every face is a different story and we would like to encourage YOU to send us yours. This week's inspiring Autism Story comes from our good pal Charles Persinger and his son Charlie AKA "The luckiest kid in Nebraska"....

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    In an effort to create a better understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder, we have created this "Faces For Autism" blog. Here, you can share an in depth, no holds barred look into the day to day triumphs, struggles and real world stories not only from individuals with Autism but also you; the people in their lives that support them. Every face is a different story and we would like to encourage YOU to send us yours. This week's inspiring Autism Story comes from Brittany, Travis an the big man Sulley Houweling !    "AUTISM... not a word I would...

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. In an effort to create a better understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder, we have created this "Faces For Autism" blog. Here, you can share an in depth, no holds barred look into the day to day triumphs, struggles and real world stories not only from individuals with Autism but also you; the people in their lives that support them. Every face is a different story and we would like to encourage YOU to send us yours. This week we are going to do something a little different and share two entries sent at separate times from the parents of special...

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    In an effort to create a better understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder, we have created this "Faces For Autism" blog. Here, you can share an in depth, no holds barred look into the day to day triumphs, struggles and real world stories not only from individuals with Autism but also you; the people in their lives that support them. Every face is a different story and we would like to encourage YOU to send us yours. This weeks story was submitted by Karla Leung and her wonderful family! "Halloween was around the corner, but costumes and candy were the...

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Huge thank you to Anna and John for sending in their story about beautiful miss Victoria!     "Victoria Holly, our best friend & our precious little girl also known as "Little Sugar" & "Snoopy".. Victoria has severe Autism, she's nonverbal (Apraxia) as well as Pica disorder..  She is 10 years old in Spec-ED 5th grade, she loves school & her class-mates, she's the only nonverbal child in her school, we don't consider Victoria's "lack of words" a flaw, she communicates by signing, as well as facial expressions, gestures and a commutative talking iPad. In our eyes she's unique, beautiful, innocent...

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