North Texas Law Enforcement Officers Learning To Understand AutismLaw enforcement officers from North Texas agencies attended a training course on Tuesday in Dallas. The motivation behind this course was to help the officers better understand autism.
Garland Officer Helps Make Autistic Teen's Dream Come TrueA Garland police officer is using his time off as an opportunity to give back this Christmas by granting a teenager his ultimate wish.
Dallas Police Need Help Finding Missing Man With AutismPolice in Dallas need help locating a missing man with autism. Roberto Hernandez was last seen at early Friday, walking in the 300 block of North Carroll Avenue.
Mansfield Police Find Teen With Autism Who Wandered OffThe Mansfield Police Department located a missing 16-year-old with autism.
Parents Recreate Closed Blockbuster Store For Autistic SonWhen an autistic Texas man's favorite video store closed, his parents surprised him by bringing part of it home.
Child With Autism Missing In Plano Found SafePlano Police said Jonathan Wright was found safe in Allen and is back with his family.
Study: Brain Scans Help Predict Autism In BabiesExperimental research may lead to a new method to diagnose infants with autism before symptoms show.
Special Needs Families Ask For Patience During The HolidaysA simple plea on behalf of those families who already have enough to deal with: try gifting them with some compassion, patience, and perhaps a sincere smile.
North Texas Teen With Autism An Overnight EntrepreneurA North Texas teenager with autism is now an overnight entrepreneur thanks to his creativity and the collective power of social media.
Can Google Glass Help Kids With Autism Read Faces?Like many autistic children, Julian Brown has trouble reading emotions in people's faces. But now ,the 10-year-old boy is getting help from facial recognition software that runs on Google Glass.
After Dismal Birthday Party, Family Asks Public To Cheer Autistic GirlHallee Sorenson sat despondently in a bowling alley, flanked by balloons and streamers, at her 18th birthday party after no one came. Her cousin wants to make things right for her this year.
Study Asks: Is Too Much Folic Acid A Cause Of Autism?A new study suggests it may be possible to get too much of a good thing — very high levels of folic acid in mothers' blood at the time of childbirth was linked to higher risk of autism years later.