Day: December 17, 2017

Dovepress.com: Epilepsy in patients with autism: links, risks and treatment challenges

Dovepress.com: Epilepsy in patients with autism: links, risks and treatment challenges

Back to Journals » Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment » Volume 14

          

Frank MC Besag

Neurodevelopmental Team, East London Foundation NHS Trust, Family Consultation Clinic, Bedford, UK

Abstract: Autism is more common in people with epilepsy, approximately 20%, and epilepsy is more common in people with autism with reported rates of approximately

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Trussvilletribune.com: Birmingham center aids people on autism spectrum

Trussvilletribune.com: Birmingham center aids people on autism spectrum

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports

BIRMINGHAM — Chris Seay, of Seay Construction, along with friends and family, gave a lasting gift to Glenwood, Inc. this year, according to a release.

Glenwood, which is located at 150 Glenwood Lane in Birmingham, provides behavioral health care and educational services for individuals with autism

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Blog:Life with Aspergers- Avoiding Sensory Pitfalls at Christmas and other End of Year Gatherings

Blog:Life with Aspergers- Avoiding Sensory Pitfalls at Christmas and other End of Year Gatherings

I love Christmas. I love all the flashing lights, the familiar Christmas carols and the decorations. I didn’t really enjoy visiting relatives when I was little but now I really love the opportunity to catch up with people I haven’t seen for a long time. Unfortunately, my view isn’t the most common view among people with Asperger’s syndrome and many people find Christmas to be a special kind of torture. 

In this post, I’ll be addressing

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Crimeonline.com: Bullies beat autistic boy while school makes matters worse, mom says in heartbreaking Facebook …

Crimeonline.com: Bullies beat autistic boy while school makes matters worse, mom says in heartbreaking Facebook …

A Colorado mother is calling for change in the wake of vicious attacks from schoolyard bullies against her 11-year-old son, who has been bloodied and bruised in the incidents, the Independent reports.

Ashley Bibbo recently wrote a now-viral Facebook post about her son with high-functioning autism and the relentless assaults

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Newsweek.com: Trump's Censorship of Science Will Kill People

Newsweek.com: Trump's Censorship of Science Will Kill People

Do you want your medical treatment to be based on science? The Trump administration doesn’t.

It banned the top US public health agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), from using seven words, including “evidence-based” and “science-based.”

Prominent public health advocates have expressed outrage about these measures. For

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Vines are the bomb…

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Vines are the bomb…

In case you are stuck indoors, bored or need some cheering up. 😃 I LOVE vines, unfortunetly they are not as good as they use to be. Waiting for the twins birthday party to start at 5, binge watching these on youtube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_3eszFuNtw RIP VINES

“Look at all those chickens”

“I can’t believe you done dis”

“Not to be racist or anything but…” (people always say this before they say some stereotypical race remark and

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- My Sunday Song (Xmas Style)

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- My Sunday Song (Xmas Style)

This is another one of my favorite Christmas songs. I am not particularly sure why if it is because it played a lot in the store I last was employed at, or maybe my love for U2. I am also not sure who did the original of this song if it was U2 or it is a cover as I heard many versions of this song, but this is my favorite version of the song.

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Radionz.co.nz: ERO to investigate special education in schools

Radionz.co.nz: ERO to investigate special education in schools

Schools’ work with children with disabilities and challenging behaviour will investigated by the Education Review Office next year.

A teacher aide works with special needs students. Photo: RNZ / John Gerritsen

Chief review officer Nicolas Pole said the apparently increasing number of children with special needs had prompted the office

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Muscatdaily.com: Bank Sohar extends its support to Speciality Center for Autism

Muscatdaily.com: Bank Sohar extends its support to Speciality Center for Autism

The donation will go towards funding for refurbishing the centre’s special sensory room with basic equipment and tools that assist in the developmental progress of its members.

Munira Abdulnabi Macki, GM, HR and Corporate Support, said, “As a community-oriented bank, we are committed towards mediating change and progress among members

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Theweeklyobserver.com: Putin is in poor health . Confidential report says tha Putin suffers from…

Theweeklyobserver.com: Putin is in poor health . Confidential report says tha Putin suffers from…

Shock caused in the West’s conflict with Russia a secret report of the American Pentagon that was drafted in 2008 and was recently released. As reported in the report, Vladimir Putin suffers from Asperger syndrome, which is a form of autism.

Studying his facial expressions in various videos,

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Tapinto.net: Best Buddies To Open Chapter at Glen Rock High School

Tapinto.net: Best Buddies To Open Chapter at Glen Rock High School

GLEN ROCK – With the help of a fundraising gala in November, a local teen is preparing to open a Glen Rock High School chapter of Best Buddies International, an organization that assists people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD).

The volunteer-run nonprofit, headquartered in Miami, Florida, works to forge leadership opportunities

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