Day: September 4, 2017

News-mail.com.au: Open day features info on autism

News-mail.com.au: Open day features info on autism

FAMILIES and carers are encouraged to attend an open day at AEIOU Bundaberg on Friday, September 29, to see first-hand how early intervention is changing the lives of children with autism.

The open day will provide insight into AEIOU’s autism-specific program and is a prime opportunity to meet qualified staff,

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- The Mystery Blogger Award

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- The Mystery Blogger Award

Doing awards I get nominated for may start getting reserved to post on only certain days of the week (Right now it is looking like maybe Saturday)we will see. However I am drinking an energy drink while awaiting a big thunderstorm as the hubby and I take some down time, I thought I will do this award this afternoon. 🙂

I would like to give a big thanks to ThatGirl4Ever for nominating me for

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Thestar.com: What's so bad about the mom on Atypical? A lot, the show suggests

Thestar.com: What's so bad about the mom on Atypical? A lot, the show suggests

The Show:Atypical, Season 1, Episode 3

The Moment: The bad mom

Sam (Keir Gilchrist), 18 and on the autism spectrum, wants to buy his own clothes at the mall. That makes overprotective mom Elsa (Jennifer Jason Leigh) anxious.

Elsa buttonholes a clerk, Delores. “I spoke to you earlier,” Elsa says. “My son requires

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Hometownstation.com: Uniquely Abled Academy At COC Looks To Pilot Opportunities For Those On Autism Spectrum

Hometownstation.com: Uniquely Abled Academy At COC Looks To Pilot Opportunities For Those On Autism Spectrum

The Uniquely Abled Academy at College of the Canyons is looking to offer college students on the autism spectrum a chance to learn job skills, work placement and new opportunities. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking KHTS Santa Clarita News Alerts delivered right to your inbox.

Ivan Rosenberg, who founded the program

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Thestar.com: For a TV show about autism, Atypical is a good start

Thestar.com: For a TV show about autism, Atypical is a good start

Stereotypical, tone deaf, insensitive.

Those are the usual complaints when large media companies get their hands on sensitive subject matter — in this case, autism — and work it for commercial gain.

There are no autistic writers on Atypical, the Netflix dramedy about an autistic teenager who, obsessed with penguins and Antarctica,

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Businessincanada.com: 50mg clomid success – Clomid autism lawsuit – Free fertility pills to get pregnant

Businessincanada.com: 50mg clomid success – Clomid autism lawsuit – Free fertility pills to get pregnant

Top of the Morning Over at Worthwhile Canadian Initiative, Stephen Gordon has penned a very worthwhile read. Canadians shouldn’t be worried about over-reliance on natural resource extraction, he writes, it’s the “manufacturing trap” that should be cause for concern: Protectionist policies for manufacturers and a home-grown –

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Getreading.co.uk: Pride of Reading: Thousands of families feel less isolated thanks to charity founder

Getreading.co.uk: Pride of Reading: Thousands of families feel less isolated thanks to charity founder

The boss of a charity that gives specialist support to parents whose children have special needs has been nominated for a Pride of Reading Award .

Ruth Pearse, 55, founder and chief executive of Parenting Special Children (PSC) could scoop The Chris Tarrant Award after being put forward by Ruth

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Theaggie.org: UC Davis MIND Institute receives $1.4 million grant to improve effectiveness of evidence-based …

Theaggie.org: UC Davis MIND Institute receives $1.4 million grant to improve effectiveness of evidence-based …

LAURA LONG / AGGIE FILE

Research will be primarily conducted using an estimated 5,000 electronic surveys

The UC Davis Medical Investigation of Neurodevelopmental Disorders (MIND) Institute was the recipient of a competitive $1.4 million grant which will be used to study how best to improve the implementation and effectiveness of

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Dealwithautism.com: Can Paternal Aging Hold Clues towards Understanding Autism Symptoms?

Dealwithautism.com: Can Paternal Aging Hold Clues towards Understanding Autism Symptoms?

ASD disorders and ADHD disorders have seen multi-fold increases over the past few decades. These disorders are characterized by complex etiologies that involve gene-related environmental interactions.

Many genes that are seen to control unique properties and their varied severities are seen to be associated with different neurodevelopmental disorders.

Nevertheless,

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Dealwithautism.com: Are Your Nutritional DIETS The Real Culprit Behind Gastrointestinal Issues?

Dealwithautism.com: Are Your Nutritional DIETS The Real Culprit Behind Gastrointestinal Issues?

Can nutrition be the cause for increased Gastrointestinal (GI) issues? Not likely, for stress is found to be the major reason.

Many autistic children experience GI issues more often than their regular peers. However, the cause behind the aggravating symptoms is relatively unknown.

Previously, experts in the medical fraternity

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Msn.com: Back to School, Back to Planning for Kids With Autism, ADHD

Msn.com: Back to School, Back to Planning for Kids With Autism, ADHD

MONDAY, Sept. 4, 2017 (HealthDay News) — The start of a new school year isn’t always easy, especially for kids with developmental and behavioral issues, such as autism and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Parents of these children may also have concerns about what lies ahead for their youngsters.

But keeping a positive

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Abc.net.au: Shannon McCoole paedophile ring member David Cecchin has jail sentence cut

Abc.net.au: Shannon McCoole paedophile ring member David Cecchin has jail sentence cut

A member of Adelaide paedophile Shannon McCoole’s child exploitation website has had his sentence slashed and could be out of jail within months.

David Glen Cecchin, 29, was originally sentenced to seven years and five months in jail with a non-parole period of four and a half years for producing,

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Medgadget.com: Autism Pipeline Drugs Therapeutic Development Market H2 2017

Medgadget.com: Autism Pipeline Drugs Therapeutic Development Market H2 2017

Autism – Pipeline Review H2 2017 report provides comprehensive information on the Autism Therapeutics under development, complete with analysis by stage of development, drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type. Autism Pipeline H2 2017 guide helps you in identifying and tracking emerging pharma companies

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Yorkregion.com: Goodlife donates $10k to autism charity at new Vaughan gym opening

Yorkregion.com: Goodlife donates $10k to autism charity at new Vaughan gym opening

As it opened its new gym in Vaughan, GoodLife Fitness donated to a local charity for kids with autism spectrum disorder.

GoodLife Fitness opened its fifth location in Vaughan on Aug. 29 and the GoodLife Kids Foundation donated $10,000 to Giant Steps.

Foundation representative Rachel Leroux was on location at

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Harvard.edu: Face Value

Harvard.edu: Face Value

Scientists have long deemed the ability to recognize faces innate for people and other primates—something our brains just know how to do immediately from birth.

However, the findings of a new Harvard Medical School study published Sept. 4 in the journal Nature Neuroscience cast doubt on this longstanding view.

Working

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