More than a million people in America are living with autism. As part of WJZ’s Continuing Community Commitment, we are sponsoring the ROAR for Autism event at Oregon Ridge this Sunday.
It was a joyous day at a Southwest Baltimore grade school. There were five finalists for the Baltimore City Public Schools Teacher Of The Year, but only one winner.
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The Kennedy Krieger Institute is marking a milestone anniversary Wednesday. For 75 years it’s been serving children with disabilities.
Kennedy Krieger’s 8th Annual ROAR For Autism Race works to break the silence and misconceptions surrounding autism. The day’s events include cycling, a fundraising walk, a festival and distance participation through SNORE for ROAR. Expect to start early and stay late to take in a fun day in Cockeysville for the whole family.
April is Autism Awareness Month.
Stunning new numbers are out on the rate of autism in America. It is much more prevalent than previous estimates.
West Virginia University’s Center for Excellence in Disabilities is recruiting families of autistic children for a study and free behavioral therapy training.