Day: January 13, 2018

News-herald.com: Footprints Center for Autism seeks facility in Lake County, plans to open in September

News-herald.com: Footprints Center for Autism seeks facility in Lake County, plans to open in September

Footprints Center for Autism, which started out as just a dream for three women who wanted to make a difference in the community, is becoming a reality.

Executive Director Erin Bolyard, along with Clinical Directors Nicole Best and Claire Caldarea, plan to open a center with a mission to provide

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Uproxx.com: Stephen Colbert Gives A Young Autistic Woman A Second Chance At Being A Late Night Host On …

Uproxx.com: Stephen Colbert Gives A Young Autistic Woman A Second Chance At Being A Late Night Host On …

Carly Fleischmann Sits With Stephen Colbert For Second Interview VIDEO

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Non-verbal autistic interviewer Carly Fleischmann got a second chance to interview Stephen Colbert on Friday night on The Late Show. The pair were originally going to share the stage at Night Of Too Many Stars back

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Burtonmail.co.uk: Adorable puppy Winston joins The Pingle Academy as a 'teacher' to help improve well-being of …

Burtonmail.co.uk: Adorable puppy Winston joins The Pingle Academy as a 'teacher' to help improve well-being of …

A Swadlincote school has taken on an unusual, rather hairy new ‘teacher’ – he is Winston the dog and he is proving a huge hit with youngsters there as bosses hope to lead the way with pioneering therapy.

Adorable pooch Winston is a cross between a Jack Russell terrier and

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Video:Lookyus- Rainy Victoria training at the Pacific Institute for Excellence in Sport with Athletics Canada

Video:Lookyus- Rainy Victoria training at the Pacific Institute for Excellence in Sport with Athletics Canada

Tommy and the other dedicated runners he trains with don’t let a little rain slow them down. There were lots of rainy days in Victoria in January while training at the Pacific Institute for Excellence in Sport with Athletics Canada. But that doesn’t stop you when you have a dream…
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Video:AascendSF- Life on the Autism Spectrum Season 5 Episode 1: “Autism and Fiction”

Video:AascendSF- Life on the Autism Spectrum Season 5 Episode 1: “Autism and Fiction”

On this week’s show, Keith and Will are joined by novelist Donna Levin, whose works are collected in the California State Library and whose most recent book, There’s More Than One Way Home, features a character on the autism spectrum.

Cultural correspondent Stacey Kennedy tells about current events and Book Correspondent Jennifer Brooks talks about the book Asperger’s and Self-Esteem.

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Bikeforums.net: Ride for Autism June 9,…

Bikeforums.net: Ride for Autism June 9,…

Ride for Autism June 9, 2018 (central NJ)

The Ride for Autism is organized by a friend of mine from our local cycling club. There are 10, 25, 50, 62 and 100-mile routes through Monmouth County, NJ, starting from Brookdale Community College. Although it is a charity ride, there is

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Future Artist Review And Blog Update

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- Future Artist Review And Blog Update

In my opinion, Hopsin is not just one of the best in the rap game/genre, but music. He is not only a great artist but very inspiring. His lyrics are talented and what rap is suppose to be about, I believe he is a very talented artist, but his over all character is inspiring. His head is in the right place and you don’t see that often in artists anymore or even people in general.

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Sbpress.com: The Neurodiversity Movement

Sbpress.com: The Neurodiversity Movement

Alex Burr has a diagnosis, but he is not interested in a cure.

For as long as he can remember, Burr has had many of what he calls “eccentricities.” He tends to be a perfectionist, can’t easily engage with others and notices patterns all around him. It all made sense to

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Thenorthernecho.co.uk: Daisy Chain's funding boost from the People's Postcode Lottery

Thenorthernecho.co.uk: Daisy Chain's funding boost from the People's Postcode Lottery

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Schoolsweek.co.uk: London school runs 'meme' club for pupil premium students

Schoolsweek.co.uk: London school runs 'meme' club for pupil premium students

A weekly after-school club is encouraging pupil-premium students to make digital art to express their emotions, improve mental wellbeing and promote self-confidence.

The ‘Game of Memes’ project at London’s Eltham Hill School gets students to make ‘memes’ and other forms of digital art, on a topic of their choosing, which

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