Day: January 3, 2018

Geopolmonitor.com: Autism Market Development, Major Geographies, Symptoms, Disease Type and Overview

Geopolmonitor.com: Autism Market Development, Major Geographies, Symptoms, Disease Type and Overview

Autism Market Global API Manufacturers, Marketed and Phase III Drugs Landscape, report provides comprehensive insights about marketed and Phase III products for the Autism Industry. The report includes information of marketed products including Autism product description, patent details, forecasted sales & API manufacturer details by country.

Autism Market provides a comprehensive understanding of the emerging Phase

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Techtimes.com: Autism Spectrum Disorder Plateaus In US Kids After 20 Years

Techtimes.com: Autism Spectrum Disorder Plateaus In US Kids After 20 Years

Robot ‘Alyx’ made to help autistic adults thrive in the workplace

Joey Adams of Virginia Beach is among the many patients diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder who participated in the Exceptional Family Member Program. Such initiative is designed to ensure that family members of those serving the U.S. Navy

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- New Year, New Beginning

Blog:The Secret Aspie- New Year, New Beginning

So it is a new year and in many ways it is the same as the old. I still have my goals although basically the same they have changed a bit. Still to move into my own place and find work, study. Be a contributing member of society but internally and kinkwise I have changed and grown into who I am comfortable being. 

It is no longer strange just hearing my own thoughts and

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Chesterstandard.co.uk: Chester trampoline park relaunches 'autism-friendly' events

Chesterstandard.co.uk: Chester trampoline park relaunches 'autism-friendly' events

A POPULAR Chester trampoline park will be relaunching events which provide an ‘autism friendly’ environment for visitors.

Flip Out Chester, said to be the second biggest trampoline arena in the world, will continue to provide monthly sessions for people with autism.

The ‘autism friendly’ events were first launched in October

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Chroniclelive.co.uk: How an autistic lad who wasn't invited to anyone's party could be the inspiration for a new TV show

Chroniclelive.co.uk: How an autistic lad who wasn't invited to anyone's party could be the inspiration for a new TV show

A little lad who couldn’t get a party invitation could be the inspiration for a new TV show.

Reilly Stephenson hit the headlines and won the hearts of thousands after his dad’s rant at friends who left him out of celebrations went viral.

The six-year-old, from Cramlington, is autistic and

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Timeswv.com: Autism spectrum disorders appear to have stabilized among U.S. kids, teens

Timeswv.com: Autism spectrum disorders appear to have stabilized among U.S. kids, teens

Researchers have a new reason to believe that the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders in the U.S. has reached a plateau.

The evidence comes from the National Health Interview Survey, which polls American households about a variety of conditions. When a participating family includes children, one of those kids

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Pr.com: An Evening with Temple Grandin: Connecting Animal Behavior & Autism – February 1, 2018

Pr.com: An Evening with Temple Grandin: Connecting Animal Behavior & Autism – February 1, 2018

Cheyenne, WY, January 03, 2018 –(PR.com)– Come spend an evening with Dr. Temple Grandin, professor of animal science at Colorado State University, consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior, and autism spokesperson. She is one of the first individuals on the autism spectrum to publicly share insights from her

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Scotsman.com: Jim Doherty: Criminals pay for autistic youngsters to take their first steps into work

Scotsman.com: Jim Doherty: Criminals pay for autistic youngsters to take their first steps into work

Thanks to a Scottish ­Government initiative called CashBack for ­Communities, more than 40 ­autistic young people have taken positive steps towards employment this year on the National Autistic Society ­Scotland’s Moving Forward ­programme.

Across west central Scotland, the National Autistic Society are ­working with people on the autistic spectrum

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Leadertelegram.com: U.S. survey: Autism spectrum disorders appear stabilized

Leadertelegram.com: U.S. survey: Autism spectrum disorders appear stabilized

Researchers have a new reason to believe that the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders in the U.S. has reached a plateau.

The evidence comes from the National Health Interview Survey, which polls American households about a variety of conditions. 

When a participating family includes children, one of those kids

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Warringtonguardian.co.uk: Autism charity praises town centre pub for 'extremely valuable' fundraising

Warringtonguardian.co.uk: Autism charity praises town centre pub for 'extremely valuable' fundraising

A NATIONAL autism charity has praised a town centre pub for its ‘extremely valuable’ fundraising ‘in challenging financial times’.

The Lower Angel pub, on Buttermarket Street, has raised around £500 for Autism Initiatives since the end of November.

Autism Initiatives launched in the 1970s when Pat Minshull was concerned about

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