Day: November 1, 2017

Mcdowellnews.com: Special Night for Special Kids at New Manna: Church operates indoor trick-or-treating for special …

Mcdowellnews.com: Special Night for Special Kids at New Manna: Church operates indoor trick-or-treating for special …

A new Halloween event started for some of McDowell’s most special trick-or-treaters is hoping to come back every season.

The Special Night for Special Kids is an indoor trick-or-treating event held at New Manna Christian School exclusively for children with special needs and their families.

Monday’s event, sponsored by

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Upmatters.com: Adults with autism

Upmatters.com: Adults with autism

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The futures of young adults with autism depends on the type of support they get.  

Julia Bascom, Executive Director, Autistic Self Advocacy Network says, “We’re spending

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Educationhq.com: Strength-based autism course for teachers “just makes sense”

Educationhq.com: Strength-based autism course for teachers “just makes sense”

Jacqueline Roberts is adamant that autistic students deserve a better deal in schools across Australia.

“Because the outcomes at the moment are not brilliant, in fact they are the worst of any group, any other disability group in terms of improvement … especially in education – students with autism underachieve

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Video:Fathering Autism- Halloween Sensory Play | Homemade Costumes | Fathering Autism Vlog #29

Video:Fathering Autism- Halloween Sensory Play | Homemade Costumes | Fathering Autism Vlog #29

Halloween sensory play, homemade costumes, and homemade Alfredo sauce! We always have a blast at Halloween making costumes, carving pumpkins, and eating candy. Priscilla makes an amazing made from scratch chicken Alfredo for you. Abbie loves pumpkin guts! They make for awesome sensory play.

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Badgerherald.com: UW study discovers links between socioeconomic status, autism

Badgerherald.com: UW study discovers links between socioeconomic status, autism

A study conducted by a team of researchers at the University of Wisconsin discovered a link between socioeconomic status and the diagnosis of autism.

The main finding of the study reported children from a lower socioeconomic background were less likely to receive diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder. There is a greater

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Greatfallstribune.com: New Montana school for children on autism spectrum looking for Great Falls support

Greatfallstribune.com: New Montana school for children on autism spectrum looking for Great Falls support

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Sharon Altschwager, founder of Sense-Ability School, saw a need for more resources for children with autism in the community. She hopes her school will provide children on the spectrum with the education they need to become independent and successful.(Photo:

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Cbc.ca: 'It's very different': Edmonton kids with autism practise trick-or-treating

Cbc.ca: 'It's very different': Edmonton kids with autism practise trick-or-treating

For many trick-or-treaters, zooming up and down sidewalks and walkways, knocking on doors and filling up pillowcases is almost automatic.

But for some children with autism, they might need a month to prepare for one night.

Every year, the Children’s Autism Services of Edmonton gathers families who have children with

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