Day: December 13, 2017

Flyfisherman.com: Autism Helped by Fly Fishing Therapy

Flyfisherman.com: Autism Helped by Fly Fishing Therapy

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http://autism.healingthresholds.com/news/fly-fishing-recreational-therapy-children-autism

I’ve always known that fly fishing’s beauty and rhythm could help people feel better, but I never thought to use fly casting in this way.  When I was a counselor, many years ago, I used to work with Autistic kids.  I would take some of

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Ky3.com: Parents of child with autism file bullying lawsuit against Omaha, AR School District

Ky3.com: Parents of child with autism file bullying lawsuit against Omaha, AR School District

Parents in Omaha, Arkansas claim their child with autism has been bullied not only by other students but also staff.

“It’s horrible,” Tonya Richardson said.

“It’s heartbreaking,” Chad Richardson said.

The Richardson’s say their 13-year-old son has not been to school for more than a year. They say that is

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Telegraph.co.uk: The A Word, series 2, episode 6: a refreshing account of the complexities of family life – review

Telegraph.co.uk: The A Word, series 2, episode 6: a refreshing account of the complexities of family life – review

The A Word’s second series started optimistically. Joe’s (Max Vento) family had accepted his autism, and the focus was squarely on his happiness. First up, a move to a new school in Manchester. But there the unravelling began, with Alison and Paul’s (Morven Christie and Lee Ingleby) marriage wobbling under

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Publishersweekly.com: Global Kids Connect 2017: 'Breaking Through the Clutter' with Attention-Grabbing Content

Publishersweekly.com: Global Kids Connect 2017: 'Breaking Through the Clutter' with Attention-Grabbing Content

Publishing experts spoke about standing out in a crowded marketplace at the third annual Global Kids Connect conference, held in New York City on December 4. The panelists were Jennifer Emmett, senior v-p for content at National Geographic Kids and Family; Meera Dolasia, CEO, editor and publisher of DOGO Media;

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Thechronicleherald.ca: OPINION: Let's not fail another generation of kids with autism

Thechronicleherald.ca: OPINION: Let's not fail another generation of kids with autism

Nova Scotia mother Carly Sutherland’s heart-breaking story about her fears for the future of her nine-year-old severely autistic son Callum has opened many people’s eyes to the looming crisis of autism.

That painful story is a sadly familiar one to Halifax autism education expert Jan Keddy, former autism transition team

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