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A Large Study Provides More Evidence That MMR Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism

From NPR:   There’s strong new evidence that a common childhood vaccine is safe. A large study released Monday finds no evidence that the vaccine that protects against measles, mumps and rubella increases the risk of autism. The study of children born in Denmark is one of the largest ever of the MMR vaccine. “The study strongly supports […]

Tom Keating, KT supporter, in the News!

A growing customer base, and some six-figure grants, help a Eugene app maker grow In 2016, Laura Dahill’s son, Ethan, faced a challenge daunting for any 11-year-old: sixth grade. But Dahill — whose son experiences autism — worried about his transition from elementary school, where students stay in one classroom with one teacher, to […]

News Briefs October 2018

News Briefs October 2018 Raven’s: KindTree-Autism Rocks NEW community partner Our newest community partner is Raven’s located at 790 Willamette Street, Eugene. The store features clothing, art and jewelry, and is owned and operated by the brother of one of our STiLE students. This summer, Raven’s hosted a First Friday ArtWalk fundraiser for KindTree-Autism Rocks. […]

Reaching Out – Reaching In Vol 20 Oct 2018

STiLE Profile: David Helfand   |   My Date with Autism: Alisa McLaughlin   |   STiLE update News Briefs   |   Lane Arts Council Grant Awarded   |   DISCO HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA Fundraiser View full PDF News: Reaching Out – Reaching In Vol 20 Oct 2018 From the Editor: Dear Friends, The late-summer fragrance of blackberry and fennel will soon be surrendering […]