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Sunday Cover (Autism School) #715154

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 24, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) A new school for the autistic featured; scenes shown to illustrate how the "sunrise" system works in the classroom. [Autistic child's mother & The Noah Project founder Audrey WHITE†- talks about her son & believing autism is a relationship disorder.] [Parents of autistic kids Stacy BLANCHARD†, Chris FOLEY†- talk about White's project.] [Eden Institute president David HOLMES†- says we need to find out why the program has an impact.] [Parent Melody EASTERLING†- comments.] University of California at Davis study findings on the rise in autistic cases in the state cited. [WHITE - says her school is a dream come true.]

Roberts, John

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