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Father Separates Love And Forgiveness When Talking About Wife Who Attempted To Murder Their Autistic Daughter

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father still loves his wife who attempted to murder their autistic daughter but will never forgive her

We can't even imagine what this family is going through.

Matt Stapleton recently talked about his wife Kelli Stapleton, who had a pretrial hearing on Tuesday for the alleged murder attempt of their 15-year-old autistic daughter Isabelle, and the dad talked about the trials and tribulations his family has suffered through since the original incident.

He also briefly mentioned what he'll be feeling when his wife is handed down a verdict by the court. He said:

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Worst Teacher Ever Suspended After Making Fun And FILMING An Autistic Child Whose Head Got Stuck In A Chair!

Worst Teacher Ever Suspended After Making Fun Of Autistic Child Whose Head Got Stuck In A Chair

Suspended?

This teacher should absolutely be fired!!!

Nicole McVey is an elementary school teacher at Oaktree Elementary School in Goodrich, Michigan who has somehow kept her job even after showing a remarkably nasty streak last year.

The teacher filmed one of her students, an 11-year-old autistic child, after he got his head stuck in his chair.

Instead of assisting the boy with Asperger's syndrome, she instead taunted him while

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Andrew Garfield: Real Life Superhero! Teaches Autistic Kids How To Surf In Sydney!

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If playing Spider-Man on the big screen isn't enough to convince you that Andrew Garfield is a hero, this will definitely change your mind!

The actor has been making the most of his trip down under as he and his lady-love Emma Stone have been promoting the upcoming Spidey flick in Sydney!

It wasn't until Andrew decided to take a break from all of the glitz and glamour and made his way to

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Garbage Man's Act Of Kindness Towards 5-Year-Old Autistic Boy Is A Beautiful Sight To See!

garbage mans random act of kindness towards 5 year old autistic boy is a beautiful sight to see

Lots of people were touched when they saw this video of this random act of kindness!

Although we do use the word "random" very lightly.

A garbage truck driver's route brought him down to Daniel Mulligan's house in Ojai, California where he noticed the 5-year-old boy liked to imitate his truck's movements when picking up the trash.

Well, the driver Manuel Sanchez decided to give the little guy a gift, a model of the truck he loved, and the the touching gesture really did make us cry!

After the parents of the autistic child shot the video

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Puppy, Nearly Starved To Death, Recovered And Changed Life Of Autistic Boy Owner

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Xena & Jonny Hickey

This is certainly an incredible rescue story!

Xena, a Staffordshire terrier mix, was nearly starved to death, weighing only 4-pounds when she was brought into a Georgia animal shelter.

That's how she got her name, Xena the Warrior, because she fought for her life.

After she was healthy enough to be adopted, Jonny Hickey, an 8-year-old autistic boy was given Xena after his mom adopted her.

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Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark Producing Autism-Friendly Show

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Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark is that Broadway musical version of Spider-Man that was plagued by accidents and legal problems.

Now that things are running much smoother for the production, they have announced they will be performing a first-ever autism-friendly production!

The show is going to seriously cut down on things like

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Some Kids Grow Out Of Autism!

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Children Grow Out Autism

Autism seems to be a more and more common diagnosis- about 1 in 88 children is now affected!

Whether it's the problem that's increasing or just our awareness of it is unclear, but we do have some hope on the horizon. It may not always be a lifelong disorder!

According to a University of Connecticut study, some children actually grow out of it! Professor of psychology Deborah Fein says:

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