Day: July 11, 2017

Video:Jason Love- Autism Potty Training Week – Day 1

Video:Jason Love- Autism Potty Training Week – Day 1

Our autistic son just started a big week of potty training. We have in preparing him for this over that past month.

The goal is to have him completely potty trained by the end of the week.

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Abc13.com: Mapping your child's brain might offer a more precise diagnosis for autism, ADHD, social disorders

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) —

If you think your child is among the 11 percent of children 4 to 17 years old the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports as having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you may want to consider an objective tool that some doctors believe offers

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Fox61.com: After vandals struck, flower power is strong at Roses for Autism in Guilford

Fox61.com: After vandals struck, flower power is strong at Roses for Autism in Guilford

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GUILFORD — After they were vandalized two times last month, the Guilford community has come forward to help raise funds for Roses for Autism, the -profit non social enterprise that provides meaningful employment to young adults with autism and other mental challenges.

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Wistv.com: Lexington family raising funds for service dog for adopted child with autism

Wistv.com: Lexington family raising funds for service dog for adopted child with autism

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) –

A four-legged, wet-nosed, tail-thumping friend may be the answer to many challenges for one Lexington girl.

“For her entire life, all that she remembers she has been with us,” Kaci Mize said.

Kaci and Kimberly Mize fostered and then adopted 5-year-old McKenna Mize when she was an

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Themillenniumreport.com: VIDEO: San Antonio D.A. Claims Vaccines Cause Autism

Themillenniumreport.com: VIDEO: San Antonio D.A. Claims Vaccines Cause Autism

by MERRILL HOPEBreitbart.com

The top prosecutor in San Antonio, Texas, reignited the anti-vaccination debate this week, sharing his personal views that childhood vaccines can and do cause autism.

Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood, elected in 2014, spoke his mind following a local screening of the controversial documentary Vaxxed: From Cover-up to

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Blog:The Unabashed Autist- This woman hates me so much I'm starting to like her.

I just realized I haven’t watched anything but Stevie Nicks documentaries and live concerts on DVD in a while.  Typically, I only allow myself to listen to music when I’m exercising because it’s the only way to get me to do it.  Lately, it’s all I do in my free time, but it hasn’t been long enough to mess up my exercise bribery scheme.  Whew.  (I don’t have a Plan B.)  I guess tomorrow will

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Stanford.edu: Oxytocin may help autism – and may also help explain the placebo effect

Stanford.edu: Oxytocin may help autism – and may also help explain the placebo effect

Scientists at Stanford have early evidence that kids with autism benefit from treatment with oxytocin, a hormone that influences social behavior. In a trial of oxytocin nasal spray conducted in boys and girls with autism, the biggest improvements in social behavior occurred in children who had low blood oxytocin levels

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