Month: January 2018

Koreabizwire.com: S. Korean-Italian Study Discovers Gene with Link to Autism

Koreabizwire.com: S. Korean-Italian Study Discovers Gene with Link to Autism

The researchers stumbled upon samdori when they were looking to identify the gene that is responsible for the creation of the cytokine protein. (Image: Korea Bizwire)

SEOUL, Jan. 31 (Korea Bizwire) — In the midst of an international research project jointly conducted by South Korean and Italian researchers, a

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Avonandsomerset.police.uk: Our response following media reports of taser incident in Bristol

Avonandsomerset.police.uk: Our response following media reports of taser incident in Bristol

Officers were called to attend an emergency incident at a supported accommodation facility in Bristol on 12 August 2015.

A 999 call made to the police said a man was “terrorising other clients” and “intoxicated” and had “broke a window in one of the client’s doors”.

The caller went

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- Understanding I have not

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Understanding I have not

When I think of seeing R on the weekend my heart hammers inside me and I am filled with a dark excitement. My hands feel damp and a feeling rolls over me that I cannot explain. Maybe I should just give up for now on trying to understand anything, all I know is I feel such a hunger to be with him, own him completely, devour him.

I am trying to label the

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Patienttalk.org: Non-Verbal Man with Autism Saves Baby's Life After Facebook Messaging Police

Patienttalk.org: Non-Verbal Man with Autism Saves Baby's Life After Facebook Messaging Police

Non-Verbal Man with Autism Saves Baby’s Life After Facebook Messaging Police

Even though Aaron Cahal has autism and is non-verbal, that didn’t stop him from saving a baby’s life. The 23-year-old uses his iPhone to communicate and frequently uses social media. When Aaron was in his backyard and heard

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Blog:Paula Sanchez- Looking back and thinking forward

Blog:Paula Sanchez- Looking back and thinking forward

Parenting, hindsight and independence

Being the parent of an autistic child (or any child with additional needs) brings a whole load of extra challenges and expectations. I can’t speak for parents of those with the highest support needs, but as a ‘can almost pass for normal some of the time if the conditions are perfect’ autistic parent of a ‘can sometimes almost pass for normal if the conditions are perfect and he wants to’

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Abc.net.au: Why parents of children with autism are opting for homeschooling

Abc.net.au: Why parents of children with autism are opting for homeschooling

Eleven-year-old Charlotte Dainton and her nine-year-old brother Joseph are obsessed with iPads, miniature golf and cartwheels.

They also have speech and developmental problems stemming from autism and both struggled in mainstream education.

Their mother, Sonya Dainton, is now among a growing number of parents who are choosing to homeschool their children,

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Msn.com: 9 Signs of Autism I Missed

Msn.com: 9 Signs of Autism I Missed

© Provided by mighty proud media, inc. Cute little boy A mother of a child on the autism spectrum shares nine signs she missed as symptoms of the condition.

My son was 6 years old when we started the process of getting his autism assessment. He was almost 7 when

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Video:Fathering Autism- We Let Her Have What She Wanted | Nonverbal Communication On Point!

Video:Fathering Autism- We Let Her Have What She Wanted | Nonverbal Communication On Point!

When things are this good I’m just not going to tell her no. We let her have what she wanted…whatever she wanted. Abbie’s nonverbal communication was on point tonight. She made incredible eye contact and she was very engaging. Her mood has changed and it’s fantastic. Crazy nanny made a sensory play activity that she seemed to enjoy…I think we all enjoyed it. Don’t for get tot vote for the Shorty Awards EVERY DAY! We love you guys!

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