Day: October 13, 2017

Video:Autism Family- Autism Evaluation: 2nd Attempt

Video:Autism Family- Autism Evaluation: 2nd Attempt

We meet up with Marilyn and discuss the needs of Alistair and getting him a proper diagnosis and ABA therapy. Shot on location at the UVU Center for Autism.

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Blog:The Silent Wave- The Silent Wave news and updates

Blog:The Silent Wave- The Silent Wave news and updates

I’m here!  All is well, although I have little time and just a few energy units left for the day, so I reckon this post will be sort of mundane lol.  😉

First, I wanted to let y’all know that I did get the Bloglovin’ “claim your blog” issue resolved.  I learned that, at least these days, they will indeed remove your blog upon request and they will also restore your blog if it’s been

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Intallaght.ie: Protest organiser explains why Scientology is a dangerous cult that destroys peoples lives

Intallaght.ie: Protest organiser explains why Scientology is a dangerous cult that destroys peoples lives

Final preparations being made this afternoon for tomorrows opening 

In 1969 the Church of Scientology set up a non profit organisation called Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR) who’s mission is to “eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections.”

Scientology is

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Fox6now.com: Mental exam ordered for Amelia Di Stasio, accused in death of son with autism

Fox6now.com: Mental exam ordered for Amelia Di Stasio, accused in death of son with autism

Amelia Di Stasio

MILWAUKEE — A competency exam has been ordered for a Milwaukee woman accused of killing her 4-year-old son by setting him on fire.

23-year-old Amelia Di Stasio appeared in court Friday on a charge of first-degree intentional homicide. A preliminary hearing was postponed until the mental exam

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Thedailystar.net: The school of hope

Thedailystar.net: The school of hope

To find a good school for their children is many a parent’s dilemma. It’s a task made harder if the child happens to be on the autism spectrum; even more so if the autistic child lives in a regional area.

The Unique Gift Foundation, a school for autistic children in

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Thenewsherald.com: Woodhaven's 'junior mayor' will be a part of ribbon cutting for new Playscape in park

Thenewsherald.com: Woodhaven's 'junior mayor' will be a part of ribbon cutting for new Playscape in park

The equipment is in and in a couple of weeks an all-inclusive Playscape area will be set up and ready for children throughout the area with varying disabilities.

RELATED: News of all-inclusive Playscape coming to park touches hearts

It’s been about five years in the making, but Woodhaven Mayor Patricia

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Americantheatre.org: Extra Sensory: Crafting Autism-Friendly Performances

Americantheatre.org: Extra Sensory: Crafting Autism-Friendly Performances

ChallengeTo mount one sensory-friendly performance for each mainstage production

PlanTo present performances that will not be over-stimulating for children on the autism spectrum

What WorkedCreating a welcoming environment for families with children on the autism spectrum

What Needs WorkRetaining consistent volunteer ushers

What’s NextTo continue staff and volunteer training, and

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Cambridge-news.co.uk: 'I will never be able to drive on the A14 again' wife reveals her agony after doting husband killed by …

Cambridge-news.co.uk: 'I will never be able to drive on the A14 again' wife reveals her agony after doting husband killed by …

A man killed when his van was crushed by a car transporter on the A14 had just decided to try for another baby before he died.

Jason Louis, 31, was killed instantly along with his colleague Daniel Marshall, 37, when Stephen Widdowson crashed into the Ford Transit van he was

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Goodtherapy.org: Study Claiming Link Between Autism, Vaccines Retracted, and Other News

Goodtherapy.org: Study Claiming Link Between Autism, Vaccines Retracted, and Other News

A study claiming a link between vaccines and autism is set for retraction. The study claims that small quantities of aluminum found in some vaccines may be neurotoxic, potentially causing autism. Scientists reviewing the study have pointed to numerous flaws, including data that was apparently manipulated or faked.

Some other

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Torontosun.com: Mississauga family takes autism-support case to human rights tribunal

Torontosun.com: Mississauga family takes autism-support case to human rights tribunal

TORONTO – 

A Mississauga family has launched a human rights complaint against a school board in an effort to get a popular form of therapy for autistic children provided to their son in class.

Beth Skrt alleges the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board has consistently refused to allow her five-year-old son

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Sun-sentinel.com: AT&T Pioneers 'angels' donate devices to autism school

Sun-sentinel.com: AT&T Pioneers 'angels' donate devices to autism school

The local chapter of the AT&T Pioneers recently donated electronic devices to enhance communications for the students at the Palm Beach School for Autism west of Lake Worth.

Pioneers are active and retired AT&T employees dedicated to improving their communities. This year they have a nationwide program supporting community

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Nbcmiami.com: Chuck E. Cheese's Unveils 'Sensory Sensitive Sundays' For Kids With Autism, Special Needs

Nbcmiami.com: Chuck E. Cheese's Unveils 'Sensory Sensitive Sundays' For Kids With Autism, Special Needs

Chuck E. Cheese’s, the popular arcade and game center popular with kids across the world, is giving kids with autism and special needs a chance to enjoy all the fun and games.

The company has unveiled “Sensory Sensitive Sundays”, in which select locations open two hours early on the first

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