Day: January 4, 2018

Kfvs12.com: Lawmakers working to get funding for autism institute in Cape Girardeau, MO

Kfvs12.com: Lawmakers working to get funding for autism institute in Cape Girardeau, MO

(Source: Raycom Media) JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KFVS) –

Several lawmakers are working together to restore funding for the Tailor Institute in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

The autism institute was funded by the Missouri Department of Economic Development Workforce Development budget; however, a budget oversight in 2017 resulted in a loss of

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Kvoa.com: UPDATE: Autistic man found safe

Kvoa.com: UPDATE: Autistic man found safe

Christopher Adan Palomino

UPDATE: The Pima County Sheriff’s Department has located a man reported missing on Thursday.

The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a missing 25-year-old man who suffers from autism and schizophrenia.

The man is identified as Christopher Adan Palomino and is described as a 5’7”

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Blog:The Talentless Liar- The best of times…

Blog:The Talentless Liar- The best of times…

It’s that time of year again, and I had hoped to have something heartwarming, insightful and completely out of character for a logic loving, systematic, no-nonsense Aspie, to share with you all.  My Christmas tree is still up, so I’ve thrown in some Dickens, and have sprinkled it with a comforting amount of efficiency in the form of a ’round-up of the last year’ so I haven’t completely thrown caution to the wind…

I have never

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Blog:tagaught- Let's Talk About: Emotions – Feeling Left Out

Blog:tagaught- Let's Talk About: Emotions – Feeling Left Out

It looks like I’m going to be doing a series of rambles about emotion. This one, as per the title, is about feeling left out. I was thinking about other stuff yesterday, and a few memories came up that put me in mind of this particular emotion.

It’s a difficult feeling to quantify and to express, the sense of feeling left out of something. Particularly when you already have trouble with social cues and body

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Eurekalert.org: Girls' social camouflage skills may delay or prevent autism diagnosis

Eurekalert.org: Girls' social camouflage skills may delay or prevent autism diagnosis

WASHINGTON – (Jan. 4, 2018) – On parent-reporting measures, girls with autism seem to struggle more than boys with performing routine tasks like getting up and dressed or making small talk, even when the study group is normalized to meet similar basic clinical diagnostic criteria across sexes. The findings

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- She Talks To Angels

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- She Talks To Angels

This powerful rock acoustic song is also one of the best of it’s time, it is even said to be as great as “Stairway To Heaven” by Led Zeppelin. I know it is one of my all time favorite songs, not just for the beautiful acoustic guitar sound or the very powerful lyrics, but I can relate to this song in many ways. Although not the whole heroin deal, this song was said to be

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Pehub.com: GPP exits Autism Learning Partners

Pehub.com: GPP exits Autism Learning Partners

Great Point Partners has exited its stake in Glendale, California-based Autism Learning Partners as a result of the latter’s acquisition by FFL Partners. No financial terms were disclosed. ALP is a provider of applied behavior analysis and other services for child and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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GREENWICH,

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Video:The National Autistic Society- The National Autistic Society – Thanking Day 2018!

Video:The National Autistic Society- The National Autistic Society – Thanking Day 2018!

We want to say a big THANK YOU!

Your valued support in 2017 has helped make a huge difference to the lives of autistic people and their families across the UK. Watch our video to see our special thank you to you, and see all the ways you made a difference last year.

We look forward to seeing what we can achieve together again this year!

Wishing you a wonderful 2018, from all of us at The National Autistic Society.

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Warning: I may share more music than normal today. xD

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Warning: I may share more music than normal today. xD

One of my favorite sad and Linkin Park songs. Really relatable in times like this. Yeah, it’s January, but it’s still that crappy time of the year, winter.

RIP Chester Bennington.

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This is my December This is my time of the year This is my December This is all so clear

This is my December This is my snow covered home This is my December This is me alone

And I Just wish

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Cheatsheet.com: Completely Idiotic Things Anti-Vaccination Celebrities Have Said Over the Years

Cheatsheet.com: Completely Idiotic Things Anti-Vaccination Celebrities Have Said Over the Years

There are a lot of opinions when it comes to vaccines — and this is especially true in the celebrity world. The safety of vaccines was first publicly questioned by gastroenterologist Andrew Wakefield, who went on to publish research suggesting the connection between vaccines and autism. His research has since

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