Day: January 5, 2018

Langleytimes.com: Dressed to the nines: how one Chilliwack family is addressing autism

Langleytimes.com: Dressed to the nines: how one Chilliwack family is addressing autism

Nestled behind Chilliwack’s downtown core is a typical A-framed house: its walkway has been shovelled, the swings in the back are covered in snow, and from the cacophony of sounds coming from inside—kids laughing, footsteps down stairs, and maybe even a cat’s meow—it’s obviously a family home.

Chelsea Miller and

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Thetfordandbrandontimes.co.uk: New funding and staff aims to stop children waiting more than a year for autism assessment

Thetfordandbrandontimes.co.uk: New funding and staff aims to stop children waiting more than a year for autism assessment

PUBLISHED: 14:23 05 January 2018 | UPDATED: 20:53 05 January 2018

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Councillors are set to discuss waiting times for assessing children who may have autism, as it was revealed some youngsters were

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App.com: Long Branch shooting: Did autism play a role?

App.com: Long Branch shooting: Did autism play a role?

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Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni briefs media members on the charges that the 16-year-old Long Branch multiple murder suspect faces and a delay in his first court appearance because of a media challenge to coverage of that hearing. THOMAS P. COSTELLO

Studies have established no conclusive link between

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Plymouthherald.co.uk: Why Drake Circus will feel very different for an hour tomorrow

Plymouthherald.co.uk: Why Drake Circus will feel very different for an hour tomorrow

The first autism and dementia friendly shopping session of 2018 will take place on Saturday at Drake Circus.

The shopping mall introduced a regular adapted shopping experience for customers living with autism and dementia last year.

Retailers in the city centre venue will be adapting their stores on the first

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Eurekalert.org: Family Medicine and Community Health Journal Volume 5, Issue Number 4 publishes

Eurekalert.org: Family Medicine and Community Health Journal Volume 5, Issue Number 4 publishes

Beijing, December 23, 2017: The December 2017 issue includes an editorial, five original research articles, one case study, one systematic review and two China Focus articles addressing various topics in family medicine in both China and internationally.

The first featured article in this issue is an original research article

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Philly.com: The expensive, complicated struggle parents face when kids with disabilities need dental care …

Philly.com: The expensive, complicated struggle parents face when kids with disabilities need dental care …

The Mummers have gone home. The sideways snow has stopped. And it looks like we’ll thaw out by midweek from the deep freeze that’s had us hunkered down since New Year’s.

It’s time to turn outward, people, so here’s a question: What will be your first act of generosity in 2018?

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Mymotherlode.com: Mind Matters Receives A $5000 Grant

Mymotherlode.com: Mind Matters Receives A $5000 Grant

Trudy Lackey, Executive Director and Dr. Ryan Thompson is the clinic’s founder and Medical Director of Mind Matters Enlarge

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In Calaveras County, perhaps no clinic is more familiar with autism than Mind Matters.

Trudy Lackey, Mind Matters Executive Director, was Friday’s KVML “Newsmaker of the

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Daily-sun.com: Film on autism Putra hits cinema halls

Daily-sun.com: Film on autism Putra hits cinema halls

The film ‘Putra’ (the son) focusing on autism was released on Friday in 106 cinema halls across the country.

Department of Film and Publication (DFP) under the Information Ministry produced the film with Jazz Multimedia presenting it taking technical support from Impress Telefilm Ltd.

Putra, a Bangla film about autism

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Video:Fathering Autism- His First Ticket! | Autistic Obsessive Behavior

Video:Fathering Autism- His First Ticket! | Autistic Obsessive Behavior

He got his first ticket! Abbie is showing some autistic obsessive behavior. She’s never obsessed over videos or items before but the older she gets the more typical her behavior becomes as far as typical autism behaviors.

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Courier-journal.com: Autistic boy's drowning is now a lesson for Louisville-area first responders

Courier-journal.com: Autistic boy's drowning is now a lesson for Louisville-area first responders

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Shalom, 8, loved the color pink and was known for freely giving hugs, including to people he just met.(Photo: Maggie Huber, Special to The C-J)Buy Photo

Shalom Lawson, an 8-year-old Louisville boy who loved hugging people he just met, wandered from a relative’s home last summer and drowned.  

He

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Edp24.co.uk: New funding and staff aim to stop children waiting more than a year for autism assessment

Edp24.co.uk: New funding and staff aim to stop children waiting more than a year for autism assessment

PUBLISHED: 14:23 05 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:55 05 January 2018

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Councillors are set to discuss waiting times for assessing children who may have autism, as it was revealed some youngsters were

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Huffingtonpost.co.uk: New Autistic-led Taskforce: 'Productive Irritants' To Campaign For Change

Huffingtonpost.co.uk: New Autistic-led Taskforce: 'Productive Irritants' To Campaign For Change

There has been no shortage of attempts to improve the lives of autistic people. From laws, strategies, guidance and action plans, policy makers have sought to speed up diagnosis, change public perceptions and enforce rights to the UK’s estimated 700,000 autistic people and their families. While there has been some

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Autismparentingmagazine.com: First Responder Training to Include Autism Awareness

Autismparentingmagazine.com: First Responder Training to Include Autism Awareness

Disability awareness training needed

Since 2014, there has been an increased national awareness regarding how police interact with the public during arrests and emergency situations. The autism community is no exception. During search and rescue missions, crime scene investigation, medical emergencies, and human services investigations, the way in which

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Delawarebusinesstimes.com: Son's diagnosis leads mom to fill a specialized niche in home day care

Delawarebusinesstimes.com: Son's diagnosis leads mom to fill a specialized niche in home day care

Michelle Campbell stands next to her son, Joseph, who was diagnosed with autism as a toddler.

By Geneva FondaSpecial to Delaware Business Times

Your bundle of joy arrives, but a defining moment alters the journey. For Michelle Campbell, that journey began in 2007 when her two-year-old son, Joseph, was diagnosed with

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