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On Sepetember 28th, 2013, FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) will be holding a walk in New Rochelle, NY for food allergy awareness.  FARE will be hosting another walk on October 20th,... read more
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved EEG technology to test the brain for ADHD. For more information, please read the July 15th, 2013 New York Times article "Brain Test to Diagnose A.... read more
disAbled Magazine will host two career fairs for people  with disablities ages 18 and older to find jobs at government agencies and large companies.  A general career fair on July 19th,... read more
Summer Camps and Academic Programs 2013 - Connecticut and New York  Summer programs in Connecticut: Arts for Healing ---- New Canaan, CT  • Arts for Healing provides group music... read more
The Waverly Group in Greenwich and the organization New York Collaborates for Autism will host  Dr. Catherine Lord, a clinical psychologist and renowned expert in autism spectrum disorders. This... read more
The latest information was issued by the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention.) The number of diagnoses as well as the number of prescriptions to treat A.D.H.D. have soared.  . “... read more
The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has issued a ruling expanding the rights of students with disabilities to participate in sports programs at their schools. Please read... read more
U.S. Department of Labor has issued administrative ruling expanding the rights of parents to Take FMLA leaves of absence to care for children with disabilities over the age of 18 who are unable to... read more
The Downtown Cabaret Theatre in Bridgeport, CT will offer an autism and sensory friendly performance of Freckleface Strawberry the Musical on March 5th, which is based on the popular children's... read more
Hartford Stage and the Connecticut based non-profit organization Unified Theater are teaming up with Hartford Public Schools to make the theatre more inclusive for people of all abilities in acting,... read more