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More children getting autism in NJ, which already has highest rate in nation

In New Jersey, boys are 4.2 times more likely to have autism than girls. White and black children were more likely to be diagnosed than Hispanic children.

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Autism awareness ribbon (Wavebreakmedia Ltd, ThinkStock)
Autism awareness ribbon (Wavebreakmedia Ltd, ThinkStock)
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No change in how common autism is in US kids: about 1 in 68

About 1 in 68 school-aged children have autism or related disorders. That's the same as it was when health officials checked two years earlier.

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Autism Sensory Friendly Show at the Jersey Shore

"The Berenstain Bears Live" is coming to the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank!

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Winter Wonderland Concert Autism Fundraiser

OASIS tlc is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote inclusion and acceptance of autistic individuals into their local communities by establishing environmentally exemplary farm centers that provide meaningful work, peaceful and healthy residences and community interaction

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Shawn Michaels, Townsquare Media
Shawn Michaels, Townsquare Media
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Autism and Diet [AUDIO]

 
I am paying it forward and igniting a global awareness of helping families with Autism Spectrum Disorders. This passionate mission is based on mindfulness on how we treat, speak and handle our families and children both at home and in school. It ...

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A Rutgers banner hangs on the New Brunswick campus
A Rutgers banner hangs on the New Brunswick campus (Connie Lee)
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Rutgers announces one-of-a-kind program for autistic adults

Rutgers University is partnering with the Mel Karmazin foundation to launch an initiative that establishes a center for adults with autism to live and work independently in the university setting.

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Autism (CTRPhotos, ThinkStock)
Autism (CTRPhotos, ThinkStock)
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Proposed NJ bill would provide autism ID cards

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1 in 45 children in New Jersey have been identified as Autism Spectrum Disorder. That is the highest rate in the nation.

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(Devonyu, ThinkStock)
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Is reclassification to blame for rise in autism?

It has long been believed that the increase in autism rates across New Jersey and the rest of the country is due, in part, to the improvements in diagnosis and classification.  A new study at Penn State University suggests as much.

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NJ State Senator Robert Singer (Townsquare Media)
NJ State Senator Robert Singer (Townsquare Media)
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Autism protection enhancements clear state Senate panel

The measure in the state Legislature that was spurred by an autistic 19-year-old's ocean plunge in Manasquan on a dare last February clears a Senate committee and heads for a full upper-house vote.

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Sue Moll, Townsquare Media
Sue Moll, Townsquare Media
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Meet This “Little Man” in My Life

Man, I love this kid!

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