Month: February 2018

Indianlink.com.au: Fighting autism early

Indianlink.com.au: Fighting autism early

Children with autism are having their lives changed with ground breaking research and education provided by the Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre (OTARC) at La Trobe University, Bundoora. Their research has found that early diagnosis and intervention can improve the child’s chances of becoming independent and achieving their full potential.

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Sacbee.com: Parents: Probe group home deaths of developmentally disabled

Sacbee.com: Parents: Probe group home deaths of developmentally disabled

Parents on Wednesday called for an independent review of deaths of adults with developmental disabilities and autism that occur in group homes in Maine, a request that comes months after a federal audit of group homes found the state was failing to protect such vulnerable residents.

The state’s Developmental Services

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Ladbible.com: R ichard From 'The Undateables' Is On Instagram And His Account Is Amazing

Ladbible.com: R ichard From 'The Undateables' Is On Instagram And His Account Is Amazing

Richard Lawrence is easily one of the standout stars of hit Channel 4 reality show The Undateables, which follows ‘people with challenging conditions who are looking for love’.

Richard, who has Asperger’s Syndrome, appeared on the first series of the show and has returned several times since in his quest

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Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “We just tease someone until they develop an eating disorder.”

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “We just tease someone until they develop an eating disorder.”

Welp.  It’s been a long week, and it’s only Wednesday.  I stressed myself out and ended up seeking out my big sister for advice.  She’s close in age with Stevie Nicks. (Yes, it suddenly makes her cooler.)  She helped me calm down, mostly.

I freak out about things with which I have no control like I’m being paid.  I’m having a hard time refraining from beating myself up.  It seems like a logical reaction

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