No Change In Autism Rate Among U.S. KidsA government report released Thursday shows no change in how common autism is among U.S. children.
New Study Links Diabetes, Obesity To Autism RiskDiabetes and obesity are at epidemic levels in women of child bearing age and now a new study is linking the two conditions to autism risk.
New Government Numbers Show More Children Struggling With AutismSome new government figures just issued on the prevalence of autism in children across the country are stirring up controversy.
Plenty Of Adventure At Jonathan’s Day At Everglades Holiday ParkCBS4 is proud to have been a part of the inaugural "Jonathan’s Day” event to support children with autism and their families.
Police: Murder Victim Targeted Because He Had AutismPolice believe a man was targeted and killed outside a northeast Florida condominium complex because he had autism and the shooters wanted his car.
Bill Could Boost Autism ScreeningA House Democrat has filed a bill that could place new requirements on health insurers in the screening of children for autism spectrum disorder.
Focus On South Florida: The Dan Marino FoundationThe Dan Marino Foundation was established in 1992 by Dan and Claire Marino.
Hundreds Of Students With Autism Celebrate PromIt was a special day for Miami-Dade Public High School students with autism.
Focus on South Florida: Autism SpeaksAutism Spectrum Disorder is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S. “Autism Speaks” is a national autism advocacy organization that sponsors autism research and conducts awareness and outreach activities aimed at families, We focus on the work it does, its signature fundraiser, and how you can be a part of it.
Florida Lawmakers Consider ID Card For Children With DisabilitiesAn ID card for people with disabilities is an idea that’s making its way through the Florida House and Senate. The purpose is to alert first responders.
Miami Woman Wills Her Way To The Top Of New York Building For AutismA vertical climb of 1,576 steps—86 flights—is no match for a Miami resident who willed her way to the top of the Empire State Building in the name of autism.
Miami Woman Will Climb 86 Flights In The Name Of AutismRunning up thousands of steps is not something most would just opt for--especially so if a less-than-60 second elevator ride will carry you to the same destination.