Day: July 14, 2017

Whas11.com: Local medical professionals among hundreds charged in healthcare fraud takedown

Whas11.com: Local medical professionals among hundreds charged in healthcare fraud takedown

Local medical professionals among hundreds charged in healthcare fraud takedown (Photo: WHAS11)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) — It’s being called the largest health care fraud takedown in the history of the Department of Justice – more than 412 people charged, responsible for over $1.3 billion in false billing, according

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Dailytrust.com.ng: Schools seek more funding for treating autism

Dailytrust.com.ng: Schools seek more funding for treating autism

Royal School of Educational Therapy Foundation in Abuja said it is seeking for more funding and donations to make stem cell therapy, a treatment for autism, more accessible to parents.  

Stem cell is a treatment for neurological disorders, including autism, cerebral palsy, cognitive disabilities (mental retardation), muscular dystrophy, spinal

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Thirdsector.co.uk: Kirsty Marrins: How #AutismTMI achieved 56 million video views on social media

Thirdsector.co.uk: Kirsty Marrins: How #AutismTMI achieved 56 million video views on social media

The campaign by the National Autistic Society has sought to improve understanding of autism and how it affects those who have it

Many autistic people experience sensory overload. There doesn’t seem to be a filter on how much external information is trying to infiltrate their senses. There’s simply too much

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Blog:The Unabashed Autist- I can't believe that you saw her before me.

I realized I don’t code most of the time anymore.  I think this is a good thing because I laugh more.  It feels like I broke an addiction because I get random urges to start new projects all the time.  I thought I would have a harder time letting go.  It’s mind boggling how much time I’ve spent writing code on a computer in my lifetime.  It’s probably just under the time I’ve spent sleeping.

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Bendbulletin.com: Study: Overstimulation makes eye contact hard for people with autism

By Rita Giordano

The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Avoiding direct eye contact with others is one of the most common characteristics associated with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Many nonspectrum folks have traditionally assumed it is a sign of social or personal indifference.

Not so, says a new study

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Dumbartonreporter.co.uk: Local MSP supports autism awareness campaign

Dumbartonreporter.co.uk: Local MSP supports autism awareness campaign

Dumbarton and the Vale’s MSP has pledged to help constituents with autism and make Scotland an autism-friendly nation.

Ms Baillie made the commitment at an event in Edinburgh for the National Autistic Society Scotland to support around 58,000 autistic people across Scotland.

The charity has launched its “Too Much Information”

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Worcesternews.co.uk: Autistic woman refuses to let it hold her back in charity cycle from Brighton to Dover via Hastings for …

Worcesternews.co.uk: Autistic woman refuses to let it hold her back in charity cycle from Brighton to Dover via Hastings for …

AN autistic woman set out to prove that ‘having a disability doesn’t stop you doing things’ during a 100 mile charity cycle.

Louisa Summer, 48, from near Shrub Hill in Worcester completed the challenge by doing a four piers trek from Dover to Brighton taking in Hastings, Eastbourne and Folkstone

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