- SD panel OKs workgroup study of autism on children Updated: Mar-10-14 10:26 am
- Quilters take on a special cause Updated: Mar-08-14 12:04 pm
- Conn. governor visiting RI to discuss dyslexia Updated: Mar-07-14 3:04 am
- Ga. coalition pushing to end capital punishment Updated: Mar-03-14 4:20 am
- Conn. group for disabled promotes job training Updated: Mar-02-14 2:46 pm
- Bill raises pay for people serving disabled Updated: Feb-27-14 1:45 pm
- Ex-worker in Beatrice abuse case gets prison time Updated: Feb-27-14 12:37 pm
- OSU annual toxicology lecture to focus on autism Updated: Feb-27-14 3:23 am
- Huge study links older dads with kids' psych woes Updated: Feb-26-14 7:59 pm
- Autistic NYC boy's cause of death undetermined Updated: Feb-26-14 7:40 pm
- Ga. bill requires coverage for autism therapy Updated: Feb-25-14 8:17 pm
- Mom of girl found living in filth gets prison term Updated: Feb-25-14 1:29 pm
- Feds say Pa. prisons misuse solitary confinement Updated: Feb-25-14 11:41 am
- W.Va. clown couple keeps laughs going Updated: Feb-23-14 9:52 am
- Fire in Philly row house kills autistic youth, 14 Updated: Feb-18-14 6:14 am
- Intellectually disabled struggling to find work Updated: Feb-17-14 8:31 am
- School dyslexia lab for kindergarten, 1st grade Updated: Feb-16-14 8:10 pm
- Advocates want residents out of Clover Bottom Updated: Feb-16-14 5:07 pm
- South Bend district moves toward racial compliance Updated: Feb-16-14 3:40 pm
- More people eligible for SC autism services Updated: Feb-15-14 5:50 pm
- Public gets chance to have say on Vt. budget plan Updated: Feb-10-14 9:34 pm
- Blind Purdue grad works to make science accessible Updated: Feb-10-14 10:35 am
- Dubuque schools succeeding in new autism effort Updated: Feb-09-14 12:05 pm
PIERRE, South Dakota - A South Dakota legislative panel has passed a bill to study the effect of Autism Spectrum Disorder on children in the state.
OLIVE BRANCH, Mississippi - "He's Sew Fine" by the Chiffons?
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is appearing at a Rhode Island school, where he is scheduled to talk to students about his personal experiences overcoming learning disabilities.
ATLANTA - A group of religious leaders, human rights activists and others are planning to call for Georgia lawmakers to end capital punishment in the state.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - A Connecticut organization established more than 60 years ago to provide support services for the developmentally disabled is again seeking applicants for job training.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - A measure in Maryland would ensure people who provide direct service to the developmentally disabled would get a pay raise, if the state raises its minimum wage.
BEATRICE, Nebraska - A former Beatrice State Developmental Center worker convicted of abusing developmentally disabled adults has again been sentenced to prison.
STILLWATER, Oklahoma - Autism will be the focus of the 14th Annual Sitlington Lecture in Toxicology at Oklahoma State University's Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
CHICAGO - Older fathers may face higher risks than previously thought for having children with psychiatric problems, including bipolar disorder, autism and attention deficits, according to the largest study to examine the potential links.
NEW YORK - The New York City medical examiner's office says the cause and manner of death for a 14-year-old autistic boy who was missing for months cannot be determined.
ATLANTA - The Georgia state senate has passed a bill requiring insurance companies to cover autism therapy for children under the age of 6.
ROSWELL, New Mexico - A Roswell-area woman whose autistic daughter was found living in filth and confined in a small cage-like room has been sentenced to three years in prison.
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A new report by the U.S. Justice Department concluded the Pennsylvania prison system has employed solitary confinement too often for inmates who exhibit mental illness or have intellectual disabilities.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Tom and Jessica King didn't think much of the movie "The Guilt Trip."
PHILADELPHIA - Authorities say a fire in a north Philadelphia row house claimed the life of a teenage boy.
WASHINGTON - Most Americans with intellectual or developmental disabilities remain shut out of the workforce, despite changing attitudes and billions spent on government programs to help them. Even when they find work, it's often part time, in a dead-end job or for pay well below the minimum wage.
PETAL, Mississippi - Petal Primary School has a new lab for students who are having trouble learning to read.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - Advocates for people with intellectual disabilities want the long-delayed closure of the Clover Bottom Developmental Center for people with intellectual disabilities to move forward as quickly as possible.
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - New data shows South Bend Community School Corp. no longer disproportionately labels black students with emotional and cognitive disabilities.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - More than 900 people are eligible for autism-related services because of a change in the official definition of the disorder, but South Carolina has a waiting list for some kinds of help.
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont residents gathered at sites around the state on Monday for a public budget hearing that drew low turnout but heartfelt testimonies from organizations either praising Gov. Peter Shumlin's administration or requesting more money.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - Cary Supalo always has been a problem solver.
DUBUQUE, Iowa - Ana Cayro Kapparos saw a difference in her son as soon as the fifth-grader with autism started receiving education based upon a specially tailored approach.