Day: September 2, 2017

Butlereagle.com: Bulletin Board

Butlereagle.com: Bulletin Board

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Horncastlenews.co.uk: Staff at a local supported living service praised for helping people in a “kind and caring” way

Horncastlenews.co.uk: Staff at a local supported living service praised for helping people in a “kind and caring” way

A supported living service based in Lincolnshire, Supporting You in Lincolnshire (SYI Lincolnshire), has been rated ‘good’ overall and in every care category by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the health and social care watchdog.

In the report, following a recent inspection, inspectors said: “We observed people were supported

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Lacrossetribune.com: With autism diagnoses on the rise, parents sort through treatment options

Lacrossetribune.com: With autism diagnoses on the rise, parents sort through treatment options

When her son, Zane Donahue, started kindergarten two years ago, he began to lock himself in the bathroom and hide behind doors, Raquel Charrois said.

His erratic behavior and difficultly accepting direction led to a diagnosis of autism. Charrois, of Sun Prairie, sought behavioral treatment at UW-Madison’s Waisman Center,

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Horsetalk.co.nz: Horse riding found to significantly reduce autism symptoms in children

Horsetalk.co.nz: Horse riding found to significantly reduce autism symptoms in children

Horse-riding significantly reduced the severity of symptoms and hyperactivity in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) compared to those in a control group, a study has found.

The University of Edinburgh study used 26 children − comprising 22 boys and 4 girls − recruited from four classes at a British school

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Careappointments.co.uk: Academic recognised by PM with award for campaigning work with autistic children

Careappointments.co.uk: Academic recognised by PM with award for campaigning work with autistic children

Dr Sandra Beale-Ellis has been chosen by Prime Minister Theresa May to receive the 765th Points of Light award for her campaigning to get autistic children involved in sports and recreation activities.

Theresa May said: “Through your campaigning you have encouraged thousands of children with autism to get involved in sports

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Ctvnews.ca: Boy with autism cycles from Whitby to Ottawa to raise money for the disorder

Ctvnews.ca: Boy with autism cycles from Whitby to Ottawa to raise money for the disorder

CTVNews.ca StaffPublished Saturday, September 2, 2017 2:16PM EDTLast Updated Saturday, September 2, 2017 2:32PM EDT

A nine-year-old Ontario boy raised a lot of awareness and over $5,000 for autism by cycling 500km from Whitby, Ont. to the nation’s capital this week.

James Potvin, who has autism, thought it would be

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Ctvnews.ca: Boy with autism cycles 500km to raise money for the disorder

Ctvnews.ca: Boy with autism cycles 500km to raise money for the disorder

CTVNews.ca StaffPublished Saturday, September 2, 2017 2:16PM EDTLast Updated Saturday, September 2, 2017 2:32PM EDT

A nine-year-old Ontario boy raised a lot of awareness and over $5,000 for autism by cycling 500km from Whitby, Ont. to the nation’s capital this week.

James Potvin, who has autism, thought it would be

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Video:Lookyus- Family moments after Tommy’s T20 5000m race at World Para Athletic Championships London 2017

Video:Lookyus- Family moments after Tommy’s T20 5000m race at World Para Athletic Championships London 2017

Tommy had a “Tomtourage” of family members and friends who came to cheer him on for the T20 5000m race at World Para Athletic Championships London 2017! There that day-Tommy’s Aunt Marie from Paris, with her husband Laurent and kids Jules, Jeanne, and little Paul, big brother Paul and sister in law Laura from Winnipeg, Aunt Cynthia and Uncle Charles from Vancouver, friends Chelsea, Ryan, Diane, Rick, and of course, Mom MaryAnn and Dad Peter! And Marie’s twin babies were listening in (Giant Floating Baby Head #1 and #2 LOL) It made for a very joyous crowd of proud and excited Tommy fans! Hope this video makes you feel like you were there that day! All of you who have supported and cheered for Tommy, near and far, were all there that day in spirit with Tommy, and we thank you all from the bottom of our hearts 🙂
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Tommy’s mantra is “I’m going to be the First Fastest Runner in the World!” Thank you for sharing his inspiring, joyous message

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Independent.ie: 'I have to take him to school in a wheelchair' – Mum of young boy who suffers from scoliosis and autism

Independent.ie: 'I have to take him to school in a wheelchair' – Mum of young boy who suffers from scoliosis and autism

Gary Kelly

‘I have to take him to school in a wheelchair’ – Mum of young boy who suffers from scoliosis and autism

Independent.ie

The mother of a young boy who suffers from scoliosis and autism has described the pain and frustration her son suffers on a daily

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