Day: January 10, 2018

Webster.edu: 'Deej' Profiles Journey of Young Man with Autism through College

Webster.edu: 'Deej' Profiles Journey of Young Man with Autism through College

Jan. 10, 2018

Join the screening of ‘Deej’ on Jan. 18

The Webster University Film Series, in coordination with MO-FEAT and Great Circles, is presenting a screening of DEEJ, a film about the journey of a non-speaking young man with autism through college.

Students, faculty, staff, and community members are

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Bustle.com: Why The Publishing Industry Needs To Be More Inclusive Of Autistic And Disabled People

Bustle.com: Why The Publishing Industry Needs To Be More Inclusive Of Autistic And Disabled People

In December of 2017, autistic advocate and YouTuber Amythest Schaber started the #BoycottToSiri hashtag as a reaction to the widely criticized memoir To Siri With Love by Judith Newman, a book written by a neurotypical woman about her relationship with her autistic son, Gus, who uses Siri to help him

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Healthnutnews.com: A lone FDA scientist could end the autism epidemic

Healthnutnews.com: A lone FDA scientist could end the autism epidemic

By J.B. Handley, Co-Founder, Generation Rescue and Board Member, World Mercury Project

In a brand new published study, the only science vouching for the “safety” of injected aluminum adjuvant has come under extreme criticism by heavyweight scientists. Dr. Robert J. Mitkus — author of the misleading aluminum safety study

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Wickedlocal.com: Fundraising effort brings Autism service dog into Littleton kindergartner's life

Wickedlocal.com: Fundraising effort brings Autism service dog into Littleton kindergartner's life

Joy Richard [email protected]

Lucas Flores’ life has been a kaleidoscope of moments, some happy, some sad, others frustrating and humbling. All have been rewarding. For mom, Lilia, one day in particular stands out: the day she knew she would bring Lucas home a companion to share some of those moments.

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Indaily.com.au: Research to give new insights into autism

Indaily.com.au: Research to give new insights into autism

Research to give new insights into autism – InDailyAdelaide’s independent news Get InDaily in your inbox. Daily. Subscribe

Inspired by his son, Flinders optometry researcher Dr Paul Constable has commenced working with Yale Child Study Center and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital to research links between autism and the

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Leitrimobserver.ie: First Fortnight – Mental Health Arts Festival is Leitrim bound

Leitrimobserver.ie: First Fortnight – Mental Health Arts Festival is Leitrim bound

A national festival aimed at challenging mental health stigma is coming to Manorhamilton’s Glens Centre and The Dock in Carrick-on-Shannon.

First Fortnight is a two-week mental health arts festival that has been staged in Dublin and venues nationwide since 2009.The festival stages arts events in the hope that they will

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Bcm.edu: Beaumont to host autism community conference, resource fair

Bcm.edu: Beaumont to host autism community conference, resource fair

Dr. Christian Schaaf

Baylor College of Medicine will bring a community conference and resource fair to the Beaumont area on Saturday, Jan. 20, to provide an educational seminar and support materials for children with special needs and their parents.

Provided jointly by Baylor and Texas Children’s Hospital, in collaboration with

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Pnj.com: Causes: Lowe's nails it with donation to kick-start Block by Block program

Pnj.com: Causes: Lowe's nails it with donation to kick-start Block by Block program

District 3 Commissioner Lumon May accepts a donation on behalf of Escambia County from Lowe’s for the new Escambia COPES Block by Block program.(Photo: Special to the News Journal)

Our community has a generosity of spirit throughout the year. Here are good things happening in the area and opportunities

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Rhyljournal.co.uk: Creatasmile Cymru expands to Prestatyn Leisure Centre

Rhyljournal.co.uk: Creatasmile Cymru expands to Prestatyn Leisure Centre

Sharon Lee Bateman with husband Edward and son Benjamin

DENBIGHSHIRE’S first-ever programme for families with children living with autism and additional requirements will launch next month in Prestatyn.

Creatasmile Cymru, a voluntarily-run registered charity will be expanding its operations to the town from Saturday, February 3 and the occasion will

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