Day: September 3, 2017

Delcotimes.com: Television: 'Atypical' is another hit from Netflix

Delcotimes.com: Television: 'Atypical' is another hit from Netflix

Netflix keeps batting shows out and for a high average.

After being impressed with Jason Bateman and being engrossed in “Ozark,” and enjoying the combination of graphics, gag lines, and evolving characterizations on “Disjointed,” in spite of it depending a lot on the mellowing effects for humor, I’m attraction to

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Blog:Neuro Wonderful- [Image: a cellphone photo of bouquets of pale pink tulips in…

Blog:Neuro Wonderful- [Image: a cellphone photo of bouquets of pale pink tulips in…

[Image: a cellphone photo of bouquets of pale pink tulips in metal buckets, which is not related to the post, it’s just pretty. End image description]

Hi friends! I have two questions that I’m hoping someone may be able to help me with 🙂

1) Does anyone know of any clinicians or doctors near Los Angeles that assess adults for autism?

2) If you have been assessed as an adult for ASD in the

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Thestandard.com.hk: Two very capable taekwondo women

Thestandard.com.hk: Two very capable taekwondo women

Two Hong Kong women have been awarded black belts for reaching the highest level in adapted taekwondo, which is for people with disabilities.

The two passed all the three stages of the black-belt examination: performing taekwondo patterns, giving commands in Korean and breaking wooden boards.

With encouragement from the

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Tvnz.co.nz: Ministry of Education admits it needs to do more to help children with behavioural and learning …

Tvnz.co.nz: Ministry of Education admits it needs to do more to help children with behavioural and learning …

The Ministry of Education has admitted it needs to do more to help children with behavioural and learning problems, saying the current waiting list for an early intervention service is “not acceptable.”

Emma Goodwin is certain her five-year-old son autism, but they’ve been waiting for support and a proper diagnosis

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Nzdoctor.co.nz: Autism New Zealand and Spectrum Care sign collaborative MoU

Nzdoctor.co.nz: Autism New Zealand and Spectrum Care sign collaborative MoU

Spectrum Care Monday 04 September 2017, 08:49AM

Media release from Spectrum Care

In recognition of our collaborative and complementary interests, Spectrum Care and Autism NZ have signed a Memorandum of Understanding focused on smoothing the journey for people living with autism.

“Spectrum Care and Autism New Zealand have recognised that

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Delawarepublic.org: DelDOT participates in First Project SEARCH program

Delawarepublic.org: DelDOT participates in First Project SEARCH program

A new partnership is underway between the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) and Project SEARCH; a high school transition program that works worldwide.  

 

DelDOT ADA Title II Coordinator Todd Webb says Project SEARCH works with students with significant intellectual and developmental disabilities:

“The main goal of this program

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Blog:The Silent Wave- Cleaning my room

Blog:The Silent Wave- Cleaning my room

Would-be “lyrics” to existing songs aside, I have come to realize that I see much more of my life through a lyrical filter than I had allowed myself to recognize.  That is to say that since I realized that I’m on the Asperger’s/autism spectrum, and found the descriptions of autistic traits and blogs by other autistic people, I have re-allowed myself to re-recognize that I do view life through my own semi-animated lens after all.

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Blog:The Unabashed Autist- DIY Sensory Toys Part 1

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- DIY Sensory Toys Part 1

This is brilliant!

Rude Girl – Living in an Aspie World

Hey guys!

I am back with another post that relates to Autism, but is certainly not just for people on the spectrum. Sensory toys are great for ways to relax or calm down and are used by many different people.

Since sensory toys are very expensive simply because they have the name sensory in front of it, I thought I would share some

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Heraldcourier.com: School voucher program for disabled Oklahoma children grows

Heraldcourier.com: School voucher program for disabled Oklahoma children grows

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The growth of an Oklahoma school voucher program for disabled children is fueling the expansion of private schools that offer specialized education.

The Oklahoman reports during last school year, 528 students used state funds for private school tuition through the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship Program,

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Wjla.com: Talent Pool: Program hires students with special needs to work as gate guards at Md. pools

Wjla.com: Talent Pool: Program hires students with special needs to work as gate guards at Md. pools

Program hires students with special needs to work as gate guards at Md. pools. (Photo: ABC7’s Jay Korff)

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — 

If there’s something you can count on as the summer season winds down it’s that workers are in short supply at neighborhood pools. If they aren’t on vacation

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