Day: July 25, 2017

Video:invisible i- Does Language Matter?! | invisible i

Video:invisible i- Does Language Matter?! | invisible i

Not all disabilities are visible.

My name is Katy and I have Asperger’s Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. I try and post regular videos about my lifestyle and experiences whilst learning to live with my diversities and disabilities.

Hope you come along for the ride!

Other places to find me :
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/invisibleikaty
Twitter : https://twitter.com/invisible_i
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/invisible_katy/

Helpful links :
National Autistic Society : http://www.autism.org.uk/
Fibromyalgia info page : http://www.arthritisresearchuk.org/arthritis-information/conditions/fibromyalgia.aspx
HeadsMeds (Mental Health Medication info) : http://www.headmeds.org.uk/
Young Minds (Mental Health Support) : http://www.youngminds.org.uk/
Tourette’s Action : http://www.tourettes-action.org.uk/

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Ucla.edu: Brain activity test detects autism severity, UCLA study finds

Ucla.edu: Brain activity test detects autism severity, UCLA study finds

FINDINGS

UCLA researchers have discovered that children with autism have a tell-tale difference on brain tests compared with other children. Specifically, the researchers found that the lower a child’s peak alpha frequency — a number reflecting the frequency of certain brain waves — the lower their non-verbal IQ was. This is

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Phillyvoice.com: Drexel study finds link between autism, antidepressant use in pregnant women

Phillyvoice.com: Drexel study finds link between autism, antidepressant use in pregnant women

Contrary to recent studies suggesting otherwise, pregnant women who take antidepressants may be at a slightly higher risk of giving birth to a child who develops autism spectrum disorder, according to a team of researchers at Drexel University.

The latest study, published in The BMJ, examined a cohort of children

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Video:Connopolis- Autistic Person’s Views on Netflix’s “Atypical” Trailer

Video:Connopolis- Autistic Person’s Views on Netflix’s “Atypical” Trailer

The Trailer : https://twitter.com/Atypical/status/887326113013223425

Twitter/Instagram : @Connopolis

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Norwalkplus.com: 10 Tips to Ease Students Affected by Autism Back into the Classroom

Norwalkplus.com: 10 Tips to Ease Students Affected by Autism Back into the Classroom

CANTON, CT – Although many kids excitedly prepare for back-to-school by shopping for supplies and new clothes, children on the Autism Spectrum may find it traumatic. Donna Swanson, Executive Director and co-founder of the nonprofit Fresh Start School in Canton, is a respected authority on the behavior of children with

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Medicalxpress.com: How exposing children with autism to risk can teach them resilience and life skills

Medicalxpress.com: How exposing children with autism to risk can teach them resilience and life skills

Our preliminary analysis shows the trip was beneficial to Sam’s social communication and independent living skills. Sam Best with village kids. Credit: Australia Story/ABC

Last night’s ABC Australian Story episode featuring Sam and James Best’s journey through Africa illustrates the lengths parents will go to in supporting their children

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Vocm.com: NEW Inclusion Model Not Working, says Autism Society

Vocm.com: NEW Inclusion Model Not Working, says Autism Society

The provincial government’s inclusion model is not working and the Autism Society says it hopes government will reassess the way special needs are addressed in the classroom.

The provincial government is set to release its report on the Premier’s Task Force on Improving Educational Outcomes today. The Autism Society’s Executive

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