Day: December 8, 2017

Video:Fathering Autism- Snow In Florida! | How To Make Snow | Vlogmas 8

Video:Fathering Autism- Snow In Florida! | How To Make Snow | Vlogmas 8

How to make snow in your kitchen. We made snow in Florida and made a mini snowman. Another parents support group meeting and Priscilla won cat butts. Making baking powder snow is a great sensory play activity. Sugarplum, Abbie’s Elf On The Shelf, is at it again with a dance party.

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Blog:Married: With Aspergers- A Token of Low Esteem–The Problem of Superficial #Autism Inclusion

Blog:Married: With Aspergers- A Token of Low Esteem–The Problem of Superficial #Autism Inclusion

There’s a recurring pattern that can be seen in countless organisations and government committees that have a focus on autism. Being autistic myself I’m fairly adept at recognising patterns, but this is one I wish I didn’t keep seeing.

Considering how many autistic people there are, it’s remarkable how few of us are actually involved directly in the private, charitable and government organisations that are largely responsible for developing and implementing the policies and services

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Mysuncoast.com: Bullies destroy the tool wagon of a Suncoast man living with autism

Mysuncoast.com: Bullies destroy the tool wagon of a Suncoast man living with autism

SARASOTA, FL (WWSB) – An Suncoast man living with autism who earns extra money by helping his community was bullied and attacked in his own neighborhood. 

Jonathan Havens pulls his wagon full of tools around the area, collecting recyclables and mowing lawns.

Earlier this week, while he was walking home, three people

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Oakland.edu: Oakland University, Pontiac Schools partner for program to help students with autism

Oakland.edu: Oakland University, Pontiac Schools partner for program to help students with autism

A partnership between Oakland University’s Department of Human Development and Child Studies (HDCS), the Oakland University Center for Autism Outreach Services (OUCARES), and the Pontiac School District is helping students living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder learn how to socialize, communicate and develop the skills needed for future work environments.

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Globenewswire.com: New Sensory Friendly Reading with Dogs Library Event – 12/13/17

Globenewswire.com: New Sensory Friendly Reading with Dogs Library Event – 12/13/17

FULLERTON, Calif., Dec. 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fullerton Cares Autism Foundation is teaming up with the Fullerton Public Library to provide a sensory friendly reading time where children of all needs can meet, greet and read to between seven-to-fourteen certified therapy dogs and explore a wide selection of books

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Bostonglobe.com: At age 28, a joyful breakthrough for my autistic son

Bostonglobe.com: At age 28, a joyful breakthrough for my autistic son

By Susan Senator December 08, 2017

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“Oh, your son’s autistic?” people ask me. I wait a beat for the predictable next question: “Have you tried  . . . ?” Always the implication that

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Favorite Friday Q&A ~ Series 8

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Favorite Friday Q&A ~ Series 8

Sorry I am posting this Friday’s Q&A a bit later than usual, but I had a busy day and unwanted interruptions. 😦

Welcome back all my wonderful followers and readers to another Favorite Friday Q&A. This week we will be doing The Sports category. I did want to do something Christmas related this week, but I couldn’t come up with enough Christmas questions in regards to favorites to do more than one series. So I

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Observer.com: 'To Siri With Love' Author Fires Back: Book 'Wasn't Written for Autistic Audience'

Observer.com: 'To Siri With Love' Author Fires Back: Book 'Wasn't Written for Autistic Audience'

Puzzle pieces are often used to symbolize people with autism like Gus Newman, the subject of ‘To Siri With Love.’ Tayma Shaya/Flickr Creative Commons

Since its release in August, Judith Newman’s To Siri With Love has been greeted with critical acclaim and celebrity endorsements. Newman’s son Gus has autism, and he learned

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Dealwithautism.com: Can Delayed Walking Signal Genetic Anomalies?

Dealwithautism.com: Can Delayed Walking Signal Genetic Anomalies?

A team of researchers have successfully discovered and decoded genetic and behavioral features that have been observed in some cases of ASD. The team strongly believes these results could help them with the necessary identification of existing subgroups which could result in improved treatments.

Autistic children who have a

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Cbc.ca: 'It's a labyrinth': Montreal mom out hundreds of dollars applying for son's disability tax credit

Cbc.ca: 'It's a labyrinth': Montreal mom out hundreds of dollars applying for son's disability tax credit

A Montreal West mother says she’s exhausted and frustrated by the cost and red tape required to access Canada’s disability tax credit (DTC) for her son, who has autism.

Sharon McCarry says she must spend more than $1,000 every five years to have her 14-year-old son Colm rediagnosed to be

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Sunderlandecho.com: Sunderland Empire handed award at star-studded ceremony

Sunderlandecho.com: Sunderland Empire handed award at star-studded ceremony

Sunderland Empire has taken a bow after receiving an award for its autism-friendly performances.

The theatre’s creative learning team took centre stage to receive the Member’s Award from Action for Children’s Arts for their autism specific projects, specifically in the field of relaxed performances.

Hollie Coxon and Anthony Hope

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Pdresources.org: Visuals for Autism – Renewed

Pdresources.org: Visuals for Autism – Renewed

Visuals for Autism: Beyond the Basic Symbols is a 2-hour online video continuing education (CE/CEU) course that demonstrates when, how, and why to use visuals with students with autism. This course has been renewed with ASHA to provide online CEUs for Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs).

It is well-established by research that many

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