Day: November 3, 2017

Broadwayworld.com: Blue Man Group to Support Autism Speaks with Autism-Friendly Show in Orlando

Broadwayworld.com: Blue Man Group to Support Autism Speaks with Autism-Friendly Show in Orlando

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Patch.com: Missing Elmhurst Man Found Safe

Patch.com: Missing Elmhurst Man Found Safe

UPDATE: Mulhern has been found safe and healthy, police said.

ORIGINAL STORY: ELMHURST, IL — A man with autism has been reported missing from unincorporated Elmhurst. Patrick Mulhern, 22, was last seen by his parents at 2:30 a.m. Friday morning at his home. Police said he was later seen near

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Video:Ryan Trout- Living Life with Autism S3 E41 Taking Responsibility

Video:Ryan Trout- Living Life with Autism S3 E41 Taking Responsibility

Hey in this video I will talk about how I’m taking responsibility for my actions and I get there are certain things I have trouble with but I felt like I was using my Autism to avoid taking responsibility even though it gets me in the mindset of my actions at the end of the day I am still responsible for my actions. Please spread the word to help people realize I do have good intentions as an Autism Advocate and please subscribe for more!

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Meet and Greet: 11/3/17

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Meet and Greet: 11/3/17

I love doing these! Feel free to stop by and take part. 🙂

Dream Big, Dream Often

  It’s the Meet and Greet weekend everyone!!  Strap on your party shoes and join the fun!  

Ok so here are the rules:

Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post. Reblog this post.  It helps you, it helps me, it helps everyone! Edit your reblog post and add tags.

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Favorite Friday (Q&A) ~ Series 3

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Favorite Friday (Q&A) ~ Series 3

Hello all my amazing readers and followers!

I hope you are all having a lovely Friday. I am back with another Favorite Friday questionnaire. I haven’t posted one in quite awhile because I wanted to find ways to be more organized with this series so I don’t have to repeat so many questions. I came up with an idea that I think will work for me. Although some will be repeated from my first two

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Counselling-directory.org.uk: Gavin: My family is on the Autism spectrum and we strive for improvement

Counselling-directory.org.uk: Gavin: My family is on the Autism spectrum and we strive for improvement

My sons and I were born on the autism spectrum. I have Asperger’s syndrome. My eldest son has Asperger’s too, but he also has ADHD (I). My youngest son has high functioning autism. These are disabilities which can make life very difficult for us at times.

In my case, I’d always

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Iflscience.com: Scientists May Have Found The Root Cause Of Autism

Iflscience.com: Scientists May Have Found The Root Cause Of Autism

Scientists think they’ve found out what could be at the root of autism and, no, it’s not vaccines. According to a new study, it could be caused by having too many brain connections called synapses.

“An increased number of synapses creates miscommunication among neurons in the developing brain that correlates with

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Kiwaradio.com: U of Iowa Looking For Families To Participate In Autism Study

Kiwaradio.com: U of Iowa Looking For Families To Participate In Autism Study

Northwest Iowa — (Radio Iowa) — The University of Iowa is taking part in what’s being called the largest-ever genetic study of autism. Some 50-thousand families are being recruited across the country for the research project aimed at understanding the biological causes of autism.

The lead investigator in Iowa, Jacob Michaelson,

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Popsugar.com: Why This Mom Regrets Hiding Her Daughter's Autism Diagnosis For Almost 6 Years

Popsugar.com: Why This Mom Regrets Hiding Her Daughter's Autism Diagnosis For Almost 6 Years

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In the age of social media and just oversharing in general, many parents love updating their friends and family about every little move their kids make. But Ronnie Koenig decided to hide something about her daughter, Evelyn, for almost six years: she has autism.

Ronnie, a writer who recently

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Nydailynews.com: Woman admits to killing teen with autism to cross murder off 'bucket list,' feel 'euphoric'

Nydailynews.com: Woman admits to killing teen with autism to cross murder off 'bucket list,' feel 'euphoric'

Jemma Lilley has been convicted of luring a boy with autism into her home and killing him for the thrill of it.

According to The Independent, the 26-year-old British woman, who admitted to murdering 18-year-old Aaron Pajich in her Perth, Australia, home before burying him in a shallow grave, said she

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