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Paul knows that content is extremely important in the online information age, and his information goal is to provide quality educational content for those interested in better understanding autism. Whether you are parent of an autistic child who simply wants to understand their child better or a business owner looking to hire people with autism, or a journalist looking for information for a story on autism, it’s important to keep up with the latest news, trends and information in the world of disabilities and autism specifically. But more than just news, Paul shares insights and opinions on all things autism and gives useful suggestions from his unique perspective as an autistic.

Blog

Louden on Autism Q & A: Volume #1
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Welcome to the Louden on Autism Q & A series.…

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What Causes Autism?
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IS THERE A CAUSE?   It looks like there are…

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My Thoughts on the Jenny McCarthy Show
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JENNY MCCARTHY & AUTISM   Last week was an important week for…

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Advice When Employing People With Autism
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A major focus right now in the autism community and…

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Radio Show

Theories of Mind, hosted by Paul Louden, is a radio show that works to help the public better understand autism. Autism spectrum disorders affect more than 3 million individuals in the U.S. and tens of millions worldwide, according to Autism Speaks, an advocacy organization. Those on the spectrum often have trouble with social interactions and tend to engage in repetitive behaviors. This is why Paul works tirelessly to explain autism to the public in an easily understandable manner. He hopes that after listening to his show, everyone will more clearly understand autism for the betterment of society and business as a whole. The show can be heard on the local Bloomberg-affiliate radio station, KTEK 1110 AM Tuesdays from 10 to 11 a.m. Listeners can also tune in online at www.business1110ktek.com.

Videos

Is the Term Asperger's Still Widely Used?

How Intelligent are People with Autism?

Is Asperger's Not in the Autism Diagnosis?