Joey Travolta, the older brother of John Travolta, has been around the film industry for decades. He is an actor, producer, director and screenwriter. He has appeared in films alongside Eddie Murphy and Sylvester Stallone.
Travolta, founder and creative director for “Inclusion Films,” is in Pittsburgh for the next two weeks with his film camp that is for youth with Autism.
Joey joined the KDKA Morning News to talk about the camp.
A woman accused of Medicaid fraud and the abuse of her special needs son is facing charges in a separate fraud case.
When other things don’t work, a local company claims to have the solution to learning and behavior problems for kids.
A school board in western Pennsylvania voted unanimously Thursday night to deny a grievance brought by teachers seeking to prevent a special needs student from using a faculty restroom.
A mom and a caretaker appeared in court today for a case involving alleged abuse and Medicaid fraud.
A warrant has been issued for a man accused of physically abusing his 12-year-old step-son, who has autism.
A mother was arrested on Wednesday, accused of abusing her son who has autism and cerebral palsy.
A Rankin police officer who helped save a 3-year-old girl’s life after a crash is now trying to help raise money for her care.
With the potential to affect thousands, the recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. has placed a spotlight on a debate that’s raged for years.
There’s a potential breakthrough regarding autism. Doctors might now be able to tell if a child has autism before they’re born.
Everyday, McGuire Memorial in New Brighton helps those in need. Their mission is to serve children and adults who have severe physical and intellectual disabilities, including those on the autism spectrum.
A new study suggests that children who have autism may have more synapses in their brain than other kids.
A missing teenager from Fayette County was found safely after he was reported missing Friday.
Volunteers and employees from Kohl’s washed cars in Seven Fields Saturday to raise money to fund a service dog for a local boy with severe disabilities.
For Matt and Cassie Snedecor, everyday life brings many challenges.