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USA-ELECTION/CLINTON
RTX20WIG
January 03, 2016
Joanne Bowne (L) reacts as her daughter Angelina (C), who is autistic, asks a question of U.S. Democratic...
Concord, UNITED STATES
Joanne Bowne reacts as her daughter Angelina, who is autistic, asks a question of U.S. Democratic presidential...
Joanne Bowne (L) reacts as her daughter Angelina (C), who is autistic, asks a question of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a campaign town hall meeting in Concord, New Hampshire January 3, 2016. Angelia Bowne asked Clinton about who would take care of her, as a person with autism, once her parents were gone. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
BANGLADESH/
RTR3OMXX
May 11, 2014
Sister Maricor, from the Missionaries of Charity, spends a moment with an autistic child at an orphanage...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sister Maricor, from the Missionaries of Charity, spends a moment with an autistic child at an orphanage...
Sister Maricor, from the Missionaries of Charity, spends a moment with an autistic child at an orphanage in Old Dhaka May 11, 2014. Sister Maricor said she has dedicated her life to caring for children with autism, physically and mentally challenged children as well as orphans who have been abandoned, since 1994 at Shishu Sadan, a children's home, in Old Dhaka. Bangladesh observes international mother's day on Sunday. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: HEALTH RELIGION SOCIETY)
GUATEMALA/
RTR3H0R4
March 14, 2014
A childhood development student, who is a volunteer, plays with an autistic child as part of his therapy...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A volunteer plays with an autistic child as part of his therapy at the therapy and development centre...
A childhood development student, who is a volunteer, plays with an autistic child as part of his therapy at the therapy and development centre for autistic kids in the Asociacion Guatemalteca por el Autismo, or Guatemalan Association for Autism, building in Guatemala City March 13, 2014. Nine children, from 6-14 years old, with autism are enrolled at the centre which provides activities and therapies catered to them. The centre is the only one in the country that specifically conducts programs for autistic children, according to the association.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: HEALTH EDUCATION)
USA/
RTX14I5D
October 20, 2013
A missing poster is taped to a pole in Central Park for Avonte Oquendo, a 14-year-old autistic youth,...
New York, UNITED STATES
A missing poster is taped to a pole in Central Park
A missing poster is taped to a pole in Central Park for Avonte Oquendo, a 14-year-old autistic youth, in New York October 20, 2013. Oquendo has been missing for two weeks since walking out of his school, and a $70,000 reward has been offered for his safe return. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
UKRAINE/
RTX103YU
May 28, 2013
A child plays with soap bubbles at an event to support autistic children and their families in a park...
Kiev, Ukraine
A child plays with soap bubbles at an event to support autistic children and their families in a park...
A child plays with soap bubbles at an event to support autistic children and their families in a park in Kiev May 28, 2013. The event, which was organised by several local charities, gave autistic children and their families the opportunity to spend a day in the park playing with soap bubbles as clowns and other performers entertained them. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
BRAZIL/
RTR32Y0O
May 31, 2012
The children of the Amor Divino family, (L-R) Dhones, Izabely and Samille, sit on their couch after their...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
The children of the Amor Divino family, Dhones, Izabely and Samille, sit on their couch in Sao Paulo
The children of the Amor Divino family, (L-R) Dhones, Izabely and Samille, sit on their couch after their parents dressed them for a weekly physical therapy session, in the Brasilandia favela of Sao Paulo, before sunrise March 23, 2012. All three children suffer from a disease called Pelizaeus-Merzbacher, a rare genetic nervous disorder which affects coordination and intellect. Brazil's social security system INSS granted the family monetary assistance only for one of the three children, leaving the others to depend on the income from their father's job in a bakery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
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JORDAN/
RTR2C98R
March 30, 2010
An autistic child touches an electric globe at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30, 2010,...
Amman, Jordan
An autistic child touches an electric globe at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman
An autistic child touches an electric globe at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30, 2010, one of the few places in the country that helps children with the condition. The world will mark World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: HEALTH EDUCATION)
JORDAN/
RTR2C98Q
March 30, 2010
An autistic child touches an electric globe at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30, 2010,...
Amman, Jordan
An autistic child touches an electric globe at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman
An autistic child touches an electric globe at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30, 2010, one of the few places in the country that helps children with the condition. The world will mark World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: HEALTH EDUCATION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JORDAN/
RTR2C984
March 30, 2010
An autistic child wears a toy mask as he plays at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30,...
Amman, Jordan
An autistic child wears a toy mask as he plays at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman
An autistic child wears a toy mask as he plays at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30, 2010, one of the few places in the country that helps children with the condition. The world will mark World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN IMAGES OF THE DAY - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH) IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JORDAN/
RTR2C97X
March 30, 2010
An autistic child looks out from behind a chair at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30,...
Amman, Jordan
An autistic child looks out from behind a chair at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman
An autistic child looks out from behind a chair at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30, 2010, one of the few places in the country that helps children with the condition. The world will mark World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH)
JORDAN/
RTR2C97H
March 30, 2010
An autistic child peers from between curtains at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30,...
Amman, Jordan
An autistic child peers from between curtains at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman
An autistic child peers from between curtains at the Consulting Centre for Autism in Amman, March 30, 2010, one of the few places in the country that helps children with the condition. The world will mark World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: HEALTH EDUCATION)
Health
Health
The Autistic World - 11 Mar 2011
28 PICTURES
USA-ART/
RTXQ9CW
November 02, 2009
British artist Stephen Wiltshire works on a hand drawn panorama of the skyline of New York, from a studio...
New York, UNITED STATES
British artist Stephen Wiltshire works on a hand drawn panorama of the skyline of New York, from a studio...
British artist Stephen Wiltshire works on a hand drawn panorama of the skyline of New York, from a studio in Brooklyn at the Pratt Institute, October 28, 2009. The 18 foot long panorama is being drawn from memory and will be displayed in the London gallery which has similar drawings Wiltshire drew of Tokyo, Hong Kong, Rome, Madrid, Frankfurt, Dubai and Jerusalem. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES SOCIETY)
CHINA-AUTISM/
RTXDH03
April 01, 2009
An autistic child plays with a toy during a therapy session at the Stars and Rain School for autistic...
Beijing, China
To match feature CHINA-AUTISM
An autistic child plays with a toy during a therapy session at the Stars and Rain School for autistic children in Beijing March 23, 2009. China now has about 100 schools for autistic children, many of them NGOs that send their teachers to Stars and Rain to learn from its model. Some provinces have also begun to set up state-backed schools, in a sign that autism, known in Chinese as "lonely syndrome" is finally getting recognition. Picture taken March 23, 2009. To match feature CHINA-AUTISM REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA-AUTISM/
RTXDH00
April 01, 2009
A mother helps her autistic son to correct the direction in a relay race during a therapy session at...
Beijing, China
To match feature CHINA-AUTISM
A mother helps her autistic son to correct the direction in a relay race during a therapy session at the Stars and Rain School for autistic children in Beijing March 23, 2009. China now has about 100 schools for autistic children, many of them NGOs that send their teachers to Stars and Rain to learn from its model. Some provinces have also begun to set up state-backed schools, in a sign that autism, known in Chinese as "lonely syndrome" is finally getting recognition. Picture taken March 23, 2009. To match feature CHINA-AUTISM REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA-AUTISM/
RTXDGZP
April 01, 2009
An autistic child sucks his toy while he plays it by himself after a therapy session at the Stars and...
Beijing, China
To match feature CHINA-AUTISM
An autistic child sucks his toy while he plays it by himself after a therapy session at the Stars and Rain School for autistic children in Beijing March 23, 2009. China now has about 100 schools for autistic children, many of them NGOs that send their teachers to Stars and Rain to learn from its model. Some provinces have also begun to set up state-backed schools, in a sign that autism, known in Chinese as "lonely syndrome" is finally getting recognition. Picture taken March 23, 2009. To match feature CHINA-AUTISM REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA-AUTISM/
RTXDGZI
April 01, 2009
Parents help their autistic children to perform a children's song during a therapy session at the Stars...
Beijing, China
To match feature CHINA-AUTISM
Parents help their autistic children to perform a children's song during a therapy session at the Stars and Rain School for autistic children in Beijing March 23, 2009. China now has about 100 schools for autistic children, many of them NGOs that send their teachers to Stars and Rain to learn from its model. Some provinces have also begun to set up state-backed schools, in a sign that autism, known in Chinese as "lonely syndrome" is finally getting recognition. Picture taken March 23, 2009. To match feature CHINA-AUTISM REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
Life
Life
Center For Autistic Children in Cuba - 11 Feb 2008
8 PICTURES
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