Day: July 16, 2017

Wyomingnews.com: Charge filed against Cheyenne teen with autism gets dismissed

CHEYENNE – The unlawful contact charge filed earlier this year against a local high school student with severe autism has been dismissed.

News of the case spread quickly in the community through social media after Caleb Tidwell’s parents posted videos on YouTube in which they discussed his limitations and demanded

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Video:Connopolis- Autism and Clothing

Video:Connopolis- Autism and Clothing

Twitter/Instagram : @Connopolis

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Blog:Pharaohs World!- So the bullies win again

A while back I fell out with someone on Twitter. 

I blogged, they accused me of hypocrisy, I disagreed. 

I disagreed via private direct messages but they chose to take it onto their public feed. They invited their followers to make their views known. They encouraged bullying. 

They also threatened to post my direct messages to Twitter so I could be exposed by them. So Twitter could see my hypocrisy in action. 

I wanted those

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Benzinga.com: 11-Year-Old Twin Art Prodigies Bring Two Sides of Nature Together to Support UW Autism Center …

UW Alumni Hongbing Wang’s sons admire what Wang is doing with research on autism and decided vacation should be in Seattle this year to give back to the medical community serving autism, through teaching an art class at Apex Summer Camp for autistic children on the 19th, and a fundraiser:

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Hindustantimes.com: Autistic females face greater difficulty carrying out daily tasks, finds study

Hindustantimes.com: Autistic females face greater difficulty carrying out daily tasks, finds study

Women and girls with autism may face greater challenges with real world planning, organisation and other daily living skills, than boys, according to an analysis.

The findings showed that girls were struggling more with these independence skills of executive function including the ability to make a plan, get organised, and

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Mainepublic.org: Maine Part of National Study on Genetics of Autism

Mainepublic.org: Maine Part of National Study on Genetics of Autism

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine – Maine is a clinical site for a landmark study about autism.

Maine Behavioral Healthcare was recently selected as the northern New England recruiter for the SPARK study, which is trying to obtain 50-thousand genetic profiles of people with autism.

 Dr. Matthew Siegel, the principal investigator in

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Gazette-news.co.uk: Adults with learning difficulties host outstanding art exhibition at Penny Meadow

Gazette-news.co.uk: Adults with learning difficulties host outstanding art exhibition at Penny Meadow

YOUNG adults with learning difficulties wowed crowds with their artworks.

The people working with Penny Meadows, based in Marks Tey, put on the show featuring paintings, models and deco patches.

Art instructor Caroline Mcinnes helped put on the show with colleague Ed Cook alongside the people who live with

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Blog:Pharaohs World!- My Top Ten Films (with a tiny bit of cheating)

So, here we are, at the start of a new series probably entitled “Things you didn’t want to know about me!”. 

My top ten films, in no particular order. My desert island blu-rays! 

Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Told you there would be some cheating. I know it’s three films but I don’t really have a favourite. I never enjoyed the book because I found it (them ?) far too dense and descriptive when I

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Telegram.com: Beacon Hill Roll Call

Telegram.com: Beacon Hill Roll Call

Beacon Hill Roll Call

By Bob Katzen

The Massachusetts Legislature, week of July 10-14, 2017

THE HOUSE AND SENATE

Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ votes on roll calls from prior Senate debate on the fiscal year 2018 budget approved by the Legislature and sent to Gov. Charlie Baker.

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Dnaindia.com: Autistic women face more difficulty with daily tasks: study

Dnaindia.com: Autistic women face more difficulty with daily tasks: study

Women and girls with autism may face greater challenges with planning, organisation and other daily living skills compared to their male counterparts, a study has found.

“Our goal was to look at real world skills, not just the diagnostic behaviours we use clinically to diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), to

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Newsshopper.co.uk: Scientists may have made an autism treatment breakthrough by studying how babies look at their …

Newsshopper.co.uk: Scientists may have made an autism treatment breakthrough by studying how babies look at their …

Babies with autism look at their mother’s eyes and mouth much less than their peers – a discovery that scientists say could lead to new treatments for the condition.

The way in which infants see the world even before they can reach, crawl or walk is in the genes –

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