Day: August 8, 2017

Video:invisible i- Autism and Fidget Spinners | invisible i

Video:invisible i- Autism and Fidget Spinners | invisible i

Autism and Stimming Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjvE40ZtEtI&t=14s

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!

*Disclaimer – I am not an expert and have no formal training. Anything that I speak about is purely from my own experience and my own research. Please seek the help of a healthcare professional if you are concerned about your health*

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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Medicalxpress.com: Music therapy for children with autism does not improve symptoms

Medicalxpress.com: Music therapy for children with autism does not improve symptoms

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Among children with autism spectrum disorder, improvisational music therapy resulted in no significant difference in symptom severity compared to children who received enhanced standard care alone, according to a study published by JAMA.

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is characterized by persistent deficits in social communication

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Medicalnewstoday.com: No wonder cure, but music therapy can still be helpful for children with autism

Medicalnewstoday.com: No wonder cure, but music therapy can still be helpful for children with autism

An international study finds the improvements from improvisational music therapy, on symptoms of autism, to be similar to those who do not receive music therapy.

Christian Gold from Uni Research in Bergen and his international team of co-researchers wanted to know if there is reliable evidence that music therapy produces

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Video:Remrovs World of Autism- 1500 Subscribers Give-Away – Remrov’s World of Autism

Video:Remrovs World of Autism- 1500 Subscribers Give-Away – Remrov’s World of Autism

I noticed that I almost have 1500 subscribers. I think that’s very cool, so I wanted to do something nice back for you. As soon as I have 1500 subscribers, I will send an a art print of my first lion pencil drawing to one of you. Let me know in the comments that you have subscribed.

If you like to see more of my drawings, have a look at my website: http://www.remrovsartwork.com

Or follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/remrovsartwork

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Myaspergerschild.com: Parenting System that Reduces Problematic Behavior in Children with Asperger's and High-Functioning Autism

Myaspergerschild.com: Parenting System that Reduces Problematic Behavior in Children with Asperger's and High-Functioning Autism

From the office of Mark Hutten, M.A. – Counseling Psychologist Dear parents, I’d like to talk to you about my parenting system that significantly reduces problematic behavior in children and teens with Asperger’s and High-Functioning Autism. But first, here’s a word about terminology:  The new Diagnostic and Statistical Manual

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Blog:Life with Aspergers- Book Review: Meet ME Where I'm At by Cindy Best and Joyce Shor Johnson

Blog:Life with Aspergers- Book Review: Meet ME Where I'm At by Cindy Best and Joyce Shor Johnson

Meet ME Where I’m At  by Cindy Best and Joyce Shor Johnson Published by Future Horizons

Meet me where I’m at is a very unusual book. It’s half picture book and half workbook and I don’t mean, the first few pages are one and the rest are the other.  This book seamlessly blends both at the same time.

The general idea of this book is to get children with special needs to let others around them

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Healthline.com: Autism Is Becoming More 'Mainstream'

Healthline.com: Autism Is Becoming More 'Mainstream'

There are now more people with autism on-screen and in the workforce.

The two trends are related and, advocates hope, will open the door to even more progress.

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“Sesame Street” debuted a character with autism in April after extensive collaboration with autism groups.

Filmmaker Rachel Israel wanted to

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Cbslocal.com: Preparing Children With Autism, ADHD, & Other “Special Abilities” To Transition Into Middle School

Cbslocal.com: Preparing Children With Autism, ADHD, & Other “Special Abilities” To Transition Into Middle School

Written by Eric Nach, Ph.D., Development and Behavioral Specialist and President of the Support for Students Growth Center.

Making the transition from elementary to middle school is a huge milestone for all children and their parents. For children with Autism, ADHD, and other “special abilities”, this dramatic change of life

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Wltz.com: Scientists Study the Brains of People with Autism

Wltz.com: Scientists Study the Brains of People with Autism

BRAIN ABNORMALITIES LINKED TO AUTISM

August 8, 2017

MRI memory skills scans show significant brain differences in people with genetic forms of autism.

The images reveal significant abnormalities in brain structure, that corresponded to patient’s cognitive and behavioral problems.

Experts say brain imaging could help identify people with autism who

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Film-book.com: Film Review: SWIM TEAM (2016): Intimate Interviews And Frank Approach Propel Autism Documentary To Victory

Film-book.com: Film Review: SWIM TEAM (2016): Intimate Interviews And Frank Approach Propel Autism Documentary To Victory

Swim Team Review

Swim Team (2016) Film Review, a movie directed by Lara Stolman, and starring Mikey McQuay Jr., Robert Justino, Kelvin Truong, Michael McQuay, Maria McQuay, Rosa Justino, Patty Huang, Steve Jobin, Hayden Schumann, Casey Burns, Vincent Chen, Wesley Flores, Christian Gutierrez, Matthew Liu, and Aaron Lucena.

It’s been almost 30 years since

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News-medical.net: Early Start Denver Model for young children with autism results in cost savings

News-medical.net: Early Start Denver Model for young children with autism results in cost savings

August 8, 2017

One in every 68 children in the United States has autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a neuro-developmental disorder that results in difficulty socializing and communicating needs and desires, and often is accompanied by restricted interests or activities. Research has shown that early intervention leads to better outcomes for

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Theliberal.ie: Shocking: Mother of three under investigation after giving her son a bleach enema to cure his autism

Theliberal.ie: Shocking: Mother of three under investigation after giving her son a bleach enema to cure his autism

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Police in the UK have begun an investigation after a concerned member of the public reported a mother-of-three for neglect after she discovered that the woman had been using bleach enemas to ‘cure’ her son’s autism.

The investigation comes after the concerned woman named Emma Dalmayne who

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Blog:The Silent Wave- The silent wave has crashed

Blog:The Silent Wave- The silent wave has crashed

It’s 2.30am in the central United States.  I stand in the entryway of the apartment, shoes on, jacket draped over my forearm.  The only thing left is the set of keys on the ledge by the door. 

 I’m torn, half of me wanting to grab them and run, let him panic and come looking for me, and the other half of me telling myself to knock it off, reminding myself that any “panic” on his

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Goodtoknow.co.uk: Autism friendly spaces: Places to visit if you have a child with autism

Goodtoknow.co.uk: Autism friendly spaces: Places to visit if you have a child with autism

When you have a child with a condition on the autistic spectrum, planning a day out can be particularly stressful.

However, many shops and attractions are now becoming much more accommodating for families with a child who has additional needs.

In fact, it’s recently been announced that the UK’s first

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Auntminnie.com: MRI reveals key brain differences in people with genetic autism

Auntminnie.com: MRI reveals key brain differences in people with genetic autism

By Wayne Forrest, AuntMinnie.com staff writer

August 8, 2017 — With the aid of MRI and machine learning, researchers have identified structural brain abnormalities that correspond with cognitive and behavioral deficiencies in people with common genetic causes of autism spectrum disorder, according to a new study published online August

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