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February, 2011:

International Asperger’s Awareness Day

February 18, 2011 – International Asperger’s Day
In honor of Hans Asperger’s birthday, February 18th has been declared International Asperger’s Day. Hans Asperger (February 18, 1906 – October 21, 1980) was an Austrian pediatrician, after whom Asperger syndrome (AS) was named. He wrote over 300 publications, mostly concerning autism in children. Asperger published the first definition of Asperger syndrome in 1944.

“We are convinced, then, that autistic people have their place in the organism of the social community. They fulfill their role well, perhaps better than anyone else could, and we are talking of people who as children had the greatest difficulties and caused untold worries to their care-givers.”

Asperger’s birthday, February 18, was declared International Asperger’s Day and is observed by various autism-related organizations.

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Autism on the Doctor OZ Show Fenruary 17th

Autism on The Dr. Oz Show
 
ASF President Alison Singer and Dr. Ari Brown of the American Acadamy of Pediatrics recently taped an episode of the Dr. Oz Show called “What Causes Autism” with Dr. Bob Sears and a studio audience of predominantly vaccine-hesitant parents. This was a challenging show to do but in the end, we decided that was exactly the reason to do it. The show is scheduled to run on Thursday February 17. Check your local listings.

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Accepting our children with autism

‎”Accept your child as they are, not as you wish them to be. Your lovely baby didn’t die: they’re still here. It’s time to stop mourning (because that’s what pushing your child beyond what they can cope with is, a subtle form of morning the child you “should” have had) and let your child be themselves.”- An excerpt from our book, “Healing Autism Naturally,”  by Becky Cash (Available soon…)

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