Day: January 23, 2018

Stanford.edu: Psychiatry investigators awarded NIH grant to study autism

Stanford.edu: Psychiatry investigators awarded NIH grant to study autism

Three Stanford psychiatry researchers have been awarded $2.5 million to investigate patients with autism who also have enlarged brains, a condition known as megalencephaly.

Jan 23 2018

Three School of Medicine psychiatry investigators have been awarded $2.5 million over the next five years to study autism.

The team will

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Blog:Mama Pineapple- Modern lighting is rubbish.

Blog:Mama Pineapple- Modern lighting is rubbish.

Nothing makes me a more committed proponent of the Social Model of Disability than modern lighting.

I am far more disabled, as an autistic person, than I once was. I’m far less tolerant of sensory triggers than I once was. Noise and bright lights are the things that get me more than anything, and more than they ever used to.

And yes, some of this is down to tiredness, lack of downtime or time and

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Avclub.com: The cloying Please Stand By goes where feel-good movies about autism have gone before

Avclub.com: The cloying Please Stand By goes where feel-good movies about autism have gone before

Photo: Magnolia Pictures Movie Review

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Director

Ben Lewin

Runtime

93 minutes

Rating

PG-13

Language

English

Cast

Dakota Fanning, Toni Collette, Alice Eve, Tony Revolori, Patton Oswalt

Availability

Select theaters and VOD January 26

Over the past couple of decades, autism has undergone a sea change in public

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Digitaljournal.com: Florida Autism Center of Excellence (FACE) Earns Behavioral Health Center of Excellence …

Digitaljournal.com: Florida Autism Center of Excellence (FACE) Earns Behavioral Health Center of Excellence …

Hillsborough County Special Education School Center Named as Top National Behavioral Service Provider

Tampa, FL – January 23, 2018 – (Newswire.com)

​The Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE) has recognized Florida Autism Center of Excellence (F.A.C.E.) with a 1-Year Accreditation, acknowledging the organization as a top behavioral-based school in the country. The

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Disabled-world.com: Reduced Attention to Audiovisual Synchrony in Infancy May Predict Autism Diagnosis

Disabled-world.com: Reduced Attention to Audiovisual Synchrony in Infancy May Predict Autism Diagnosis

Published: 2018-01-23 : Press Release by Uppsala University (uu.se). Synopsis: Infants who pay little attention to synchronous sights and sounds may be at elevated risk for developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Main Document

Quote: “The study is a part of the larger project Early Autism Sweden (EASE), which is

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Colostate.edu: CSU equine-assisted occupational therapy making strides for children with autism

Colostate.edu: CSU equine-assisted occupational therapy making strides for children with autism

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A 14-year-old boy with autism is led slowly around an arena by horseback, while an occupational therapist gently gives him simple tasks like lifting his arms or dropping a ring around an orange cone.

The boy’s mother says her son has seen significant behavioral improvements since he

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Blog:The Silent Wave- (My personal) blogging tips for the Asperger's / Autistic Blogging Community [600th Post]

Blog:The Silent Wave- (My personal) blogging tips for the Asperger's / Autistic Blogging Community [600th Post]

Truth be told, I’m still on sort of a semi-hiatus ❤  My energy is so low today that it literally took me about 45 minutes to come up with a title and type this far.  But we’ve got a weekend coming up 🙂

And because of this upcoming weekend, I thought I’d go ahead and get this post published.  (I cheated; I pre-wrote a lot of the main ideas a few months back, which is

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Video:Our AUsome Life- AN AUTISM NEW YEARS EVE | MOM MAKEOVER | AUTISM VLOG

Video:Our AUsome Life- AN AUTISM NEW YEARS EVE | MOM MAKEOVER | AUTISM VLOG

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HAPPY NEW YEARS! MOM GETS A MAKEOVER! THIS IS AUTISM.
Elizabeth and KC have been married 11+ years and have 3 children.
Kaden, Jaelee, and Kenzlee have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Intellectual Disabilty. Kaden also has ADHD and ADD combined, and was also born with a cleft palate.
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Romper.com: What #ActuallyAutistic People Want You To Know About “Autism Mommies” On The Internet

Romper.com: What #ActuallyAutistic People Want You To Know About “Autism Mommies” On The Internet

There’s a revolution brewing. Actually, it’s been brewing a long time, but the non-autistic world — well, we weren’t paying attention. And then, thanks to Twitter, for a moment we were. The ~radical~ idea that parents are not necessarily the best advocates for Autistic children was given a push by

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Lancashiretelegraph.co.uk: Campaigners welcome plans to give people with hidden disabilities blue badge parking permits

Lancashiretelegraph.co.uk: Campaigners welcome plans to give people with hidden disabilities blue badge parking permits

CAMPAIGNERS have welcomed plans which would see people with hidden disabilities entitled to blue badge parking permits.

Older people’s and disability groups in East Lancashire said the scheme would help create ‘parity of esteem’ for those living with hidden disabilities.

Proposals by the Department for Transport (DfT) aim to make

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Geneticliteracyproject.org: Some cases of autism may have epigenetic origins

Geneticliteracyproject.org: Some cases of autism may have epigenetic origins

Scientists have discovered a swathe of biochemical regions that look to be deeply involved with the risk factors behind autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Researchers have identified more than 2,000 of these regulatory regions – markers on top of our DNA that affect how our genetic machinery operates on a functional level – which are

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- Skin Deep

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Skin Deep

It is 3am in the morning and as always after I have had contact with R my craving for him runs high. I know it is the same for him. It would be so easy for both of us to be 24/7 physically. Mentally and emotionally we are already there. We have our own reality that we both long for, my little blanket.

The thought that here is a man who wants, craves, needs me

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