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Students with Autism Begin Summer School at New Camarillo Campus

Students with Autism Begin Summer School at New Camarillo Campus

About 60 students with autism began summer school today at the brand new campus of Triton Academy, located at 550 Airport Way near the Camarillo Airport. The campus was built from the ground up in just seven months. The project began with the demolition of the old Cowan Center, which used to serve as a […]

Autism is no obstacle to a bright future for this graduate

Autism is no obstacle to a bright future for this graduate

Graduating from high school is an important milestone for anyone, but earning a diploma is especially momentous for Trevor Jenkins. Trevor is living with autism, which made him an easy target for bullies when he started middle school. With his grades suffering, he was referred to Triton Academy in Camarillo, a school operated by the […]

Camarillo School for Students With Autism Finds New Home

Camarillo School for Students With Autism Finds New Home

Triton Academy, a school that serves Ventura County students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) will begin the 2018-19 school year at a new location. The school, which provides highly acclaimed programs for students with ASD, will be moving to a temporary site near the Camarillo Airport after the current school year. For the past ten […]

School for Students with Autism is Seeking New Home

School for Students with Autism is Seeking New Home

Triton Academy Must Leave Camarillo Location After 2017-18 School Year Triton Academy, a school that serves students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from throughout Ventura County, is in search of a new place to call home. For the past ten years, Triton Academy has operated at a campus in Camarillo leased from the Pleasant Valley […]

Plane Passengers Are Left “In Awe” of Woman’s Kindness Towards Agitated Boy With Autism

Plane Passengers Are Left “In Awe” of Woman’s Kindness Towards Agitated Boy With Autism

Many of us have experienced the strain of being on an airplane when a young child starts getting upset – and while most people might just try to ignore it, this woman made a difference instead. Rochel and Bentzion Groner were on a plane back from chaperoning a birthright trip to Israel on Friday, and […]

Dad Creates Free Minecraft Server Specifically Dedicated to Kids With Autism

Dad Creates Free Minecraft Server Specifically Dedicated to Kids With Autism

Children can already be overwhelmed and bullied in the real world, but maybe the internet can offer some solace. That’s what this dad created when he built an entire Minecraft server for children with autism. Stuart Duncan, also known by his online alias AutismDad, created Autcraft: a server that has garnered over 8,000 players since […]

Boy With Autism Sells Drawings to Buy Toys For Sick Brother

Boy With Autism Sells Drawings to Buy Toys For Sick Brother

After living with bipolar disorder and autism all of his life, 10-year-old Haden Edwards has finally discovered one thing that can calm him down: taking care of his little brother Max. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ data-ad-slot=”1313712966″> Max, who is a 7-year-old struggling with a genetic disorder called neurofibromatosis, usually suffers from many symptoms, such as gastrointestinal cramps, […]

Author of bestselling book on autism to speak

Author of bestselling book on autism to speak

California Lutheran University will celebrate the opening of its Autism and Communication Center with a free public presentation by the author of an award-winning book on the history of autism. Steve Silberman, author of the 2015 book “NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity,” will speak at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, […]

Autism and Communication Center opens Cal Lutheran faculty to conduct research, share resources

Autism and Communication Center opens  Cal Lutheran faculty to conduct research, share resources

Cal Lutheran to screen film on autism

Cal Lutheran to screen film on autism
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