Day: January 6, 2018

Gazettelive.co.uk: The heartwarming moment car-mad autistic Hector, 8, lives his dream – touring a Porsche showroom

Gazettelive.co.uk: The heartwarming moment car-mad autistic Hector, 8, lives his dream – touring a Porsche showroom

Life can be challenging for eight-year-old Hector Zenaj.

Diagnosed with autism when he was four, the Stockton schoolboy can struggle to communicate and interact.

He also has selective mutism – where he can go for long periods without talking – and is prone to anxiety.

But show him a sports

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Blog:Stranger Darker Better- An Unseen Ghost Pleading to be Heard

Blog:Stranger Darker Better- An Unseen Ghost Pleading to be Heard

I could write you essays in my head of all the things I wish I’d say or said. 

All the words I somehow can’t force through these heavy lips. A disconnect between the paragraphs racing through my mind and a mouth that refuses to follow suit. 

I scream in my mind hoping you’ll somehow hear. Begging your mind to reach out to mine to hear the words so loud I almost see them blazing through

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Journalstar.com: Family of autistic man who drowned at Fallbrook YMCA hot tub files wrongful death suit

Journalstar.com: Family of autistic man who drowned at Fallbrook YMCA hot tub files wrongful death suit

The family of an autistic, 21-year-old man who died after being found face-down in a hot tub at the Fallbrook YMCA in March has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.

In the complaint filed in Lancaster County District Court this week, Semira Osman alleges her son, Samson Goitom, died because

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Bournemouthecho.co.uk: PICTURES: Hundreds of runners take part in Somerley Estate run for autism charity

Bournemouthecho.co.uk: PICTURES: Hundreds of runners take part in Somerley Estate run for autism charity

THE Somerley Estate in Ringwood hosted the annual fun run in aid of Autism Wessex.

Hundreds of runners took part in the event, which has kick-started the charity’s 50th birthday celebrations.

There were two routes around the estate which participants tackled on Saturday morning. The challenging 10km race started at

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Totalprosports.com: Cincinnati Bengals Deliver Bills' 'Thank You' Chicken Wings To Autism High School

Totalprosports.com: Cincinnati Bengals Deliver Bills' 'Thank You' Chicken Wings To Autism High School

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Saturday, January 6, 2018

Best Week 17 results EVER!

On Friday, the Buffalo Bills delivered on their promise that made to the Cincinnati Bengals after they defeated the Ravens to get them in the playoffs for the first time since 1999 by sending 1,440 wings, nine gallons

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Starjournalnow.com: New inclusive storytime offered at Rhinelander District Library

Starjournalnow.com: New inclusive storytime offered at Rhinelander District Library

‘Sensory Storytime’ designed to meet the needs of children of all abilities

BY EILEEN PERSIKEEditor

The Rhinelander District Library is accepting registration for a new program, Sensory Storytime, which begins a five-week trial run Jan. 17. This inclusive program is designed to meet the needs of children of all abilities,

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Psychcentral.com: Girls' Social Camouflage Skills Can Delay or Prevent Autism Diagnosis

Psychcentral.com: Girls' Social Camouflage Skills Can Delay or Prevent Autism Diagnosis

A new study adds to the growing evidence that girls with autism may show symptoms differently than boys, and that some of the social difficulties experienced by females with autism may be masked during clinical assessments.

“Based on our research criteria, parents report that the girls in our study with autism

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Latimes.com: After 'Bates Motel,' Freddie Highmore is riding high on the breakout hit of the season with 'The …

Latimes.com: After 'Bates Motel,' Freddie Highmore is riding high on the breakout hit of the season with 'The …

He doesn’t play a guy named Jack. And there is no epic mystery surrounding his character’s death like a certain freshman TV hit of last season because, well, his alter ego is very much alive. Even without all the trappings of “This Is Us,” Freddie Highmore has TV viewers

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Buffalonews.com: Bengals serve donated wings at Children's Home Autism High of Cincinnati

Buffalonews.com: Bengals serve donated wings at Children's Home Autism High of Cincinnati

How exactly do you thank someone for helping end the longest postseason drought in North American sports? With chicken wings, of course.

In a show of appreciation for propelling the Bills to their first playoff appearance since 1999, the Bills had Duff’s Famous Wings make a special delivery of 1,440 wings, 90

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