Day: January 15, 2018

Krqe.com: World Series Champ Alex Bregman helping APS students with Autism

Krqe.com: World Series Champ Alex Bregman helping APS students with Autism

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Houston Astros World Series Champ and hometown hero Alex Bregman stepped up to help students with Autism.

The Albuquerque native teamed up with Albuquerque Public Schools to hand out iPads to Autistic students from Petroglyph Elementary School.

It’s part of his foundation “AB for Auds.” Teachers

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Furnituretoday.com: Jacqueline Laurita – The Real Housewives of New Jersey, to play in Ante4autism event

Furnituretoday.com: Jacqueline Laurita – The Real Housewives of New Jersey, to play in Ante4autism event

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Las Vegas, January 14 th , 2018 : Jacqueline Laurita commits to play in the 10 th Annual Ante4autism event, presented by Leggett & Platt, along with husband Chris Laurita! “Jacqueline and Chris played

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Hollywoodlife.com: 'The Good Doctor's Tamlyn Tomita Teases The Future Of Shaun Murphy's Career At The Hospital

Hollywoodlife.com: 'The Good Doctor's Tamlyn Tomita Teases The Future Of Shaun Murphy's Career At The Hospital

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Vox.gi: Further Awareness Training on Understanding Learning Difficulties and Autism

Vox.gi: Further Awareness Training on Understanding Learning Difficulties and Autism

The Ministry of Equality will again be offering an awareness training session on “Introduction to Learning Disabilities and Autism” on Saturday 20th January 2018.

This training will be delivered to voluntary groups, charities and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) who work with, or would like to work with people with learning disabilities.

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Personalliberty.com: Lawmaker: Parents deserve more information on vaccines

Personalliberty.com: Lawmaker: Parents deserve more information on vaccines

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A Pennsylvania lawmaker is working to pass legislation in the state that would require medical professionals to inform parents of potential risks associated with vaccines and the ingredients which they contain.

State Sen. Mike Folmer (R-Lebanon) says his intent isn’t to

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Variety.com: Tribeca Winner 'Keep the Change' Bought by Kino Lorber (EXCLUSIVE)

Variety.com: Tribeca Winner 'Keep the Change' Bought by Kino Lorber (EXCLUSIVE)

Kino Lorber has acquired all North American rights to the romantic comedy “Keep the Change,” written and directed by Rachel Israel, Variety has learned exclusively.

“Keep the Change,” starring newcomers Brandon Polansky and Samantha Elisofon, won the Tribeca Film Festival’s awards for Best U.S. narrative feature and best new narrative director

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Croydonadvertiser.co.uk: Croydon man took his own life after finding out there was no funding to test to see if he had autism

Croydonadvertiser.co.uk: Croydon man took his own life after finding out there was no funding to test to see if he had autism

A coroner has condemned the lack of any service for diagnosing adults with autism in Croydon after hearing how a Sanderstead man died after being told there was no funding for him to undergo tests.

Ian Taylor was found by police in his garden shed after his sister found three

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Sacbee.com: What's wrong with my child? California has a problem in easing parents' fears

Sacbee.com: What's wrong with my child? California has a problem in easing parents' fears

Kirsten Yeates was worried. Her newborn daughter, Riley, wouldn’t sleep more than a few minutes without being held and rocked. At just a few weeks old, she’d begun vomiting several times a day.

Yeates asked Riley’s pediatrician what was wrong. He reassured her that Riley was fine, Yeates said.

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Phys.org: New dynamic statistical model follows gene expressions over time

Phys.org: New dynamic statistical model follows gene expressions over time

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new dynamic statistical model to visualize changing patterns in networks, including gene expression during developmental periods of the brain.

Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the model now gives researchers a tool that extends past observing static

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Shorebeat.com: Help Yourself

Shorebeat.com: Help Yourself

It’s been a rough few months with Justin, our severely autistic teenaged son, but even as I’m writing this I know it could be worse, much worse. In my idle moments (there aren’t many, but what woman today has a lot of these) I surf through comments made on

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Israelnationalnews.com: New 'smart toy' offers autistic children new ways to learn

Israelnationalnews.com: New 'smart toy' offers autistic children new ways to learn

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While all too often, new gadgets and apps offered to the consumer market present little more than trivial distractions, one new hi-tech toy featured at this year’s CES expo in Las Vegas aims to make a real difference, by helping special needs children overcome their learning disabilities.

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Vanderbilt.edu: Vanderbilt participates in study investigating impact of theatre on youth with autism

Vanderbilt.edu: Vanderbilt participates in study investigating impact of theatre on youth with autism

Autism researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and two other universities have received a $2.99 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to conduct a four-year multisite project investigating the impact of theatre and peer mediation on the social competence of youth with autism spectrum disorder

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