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If only for a few minutes… even on a cold day, Andrew Smith, 5, says SpiritHorse Therapeutic Center is where he prefers to spend his time.
The U.S. Open aired on CBS 11 Friday, just one day before a non-profit tennis program is set to get special needs kids on the court. The group called “ACEing Autism” will hold tennis classes in Dallas.
The mission of the Autism Treatment Center is to assist people with autism and related disorders throughout their lives as they learn, play, work and live in the community.
Jesse Clark with Autism Speaks talks about an event coming to the Texas Motor Speedway that’s designed to raise awareness about autism and connect parents with vital resources.
An Arlington family says the school district will not allow a six-year-old with autism to take a life-saving device to school.
Dr. Crystal Foster is back with a look at the latest health headlines, including a possible link between induction and autism, and how food can help or hurt your nightly sleep.
CBS 11 and TXA 21 are proud to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Stephanie’s Day, a special event designed to help families of children with autism.
Brian Patrick is a man on a mission to raise awareness for autism, one mile at a time. He is rollerblading across the country to spread his message and educate others.
A study has found that students with autism chose majors in science, technology, engineering and math — the so-called STEM majors — at higher rates than students without the condition.
Emma’s House in Irving provides a place for teens and young adults with developmental disabilities — too old for daycare — to have fun and receive supervision.
Whether you’re in Dallas or Fort Worth, you’ve seen the haze. It’s worse in the summer and more noticeable when you’re looking at downtown buildings — but the dirty air may be more than an eyesore.