Day: February 2, 2018

Praguepost.com: Interview With Kelle Wood Rich, Founder Of Central Texas Autism Center

Praguepost.com: Interview With Kelle Wood Rich, Founder Of Central Texas Autism Center

Kelle Wood Rich is the founder, owner and executive director of the Central Texas Autism Center (CTAC), the first Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy center in Central Texas. Through her lifelong passion for working with children and adults with Autism, Rich has developed an impressive track record. She has her

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Idahobusinessreview.com: Century 21 Magellan partners with Boise Autism Moms to hold sensory friendly skate experience

Idahobusinessreview.com: Century 21 Magellan partners with Boise Autism Moms to hold sensory friendly skate experience

Century 21 Marketing Director Haley Ganatos and Century 21 Magellan Agent TC Warford attend the sensory-friendly skate experience at The Village at Meridian. Photo courtesy of Renee Warford.

Century 21 Magellan partnered with Boise Autism Moms to rent out the ice skating rink at The Village at Meridian in order

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Koaa.com: Police search for man with autism

Koaa.com: Police search for man with autism

FOUNTAIN –

The Fountain Police Department is asking for help in locating a missing man with autism.

Police said 27-year-old Jason Pak was last seen Friday near his home in the 7900 block of Bonfire Trail in Fountain. He is described as Asian, five foot ten, weighing 150 pounds with black

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Blog:The Greatest Adventure- W2.2: The Next Big Thing

Blog:The Greatest Adventure- W2.2: The Next Big Thing

Tom has discovered prank videos on YouTube. This is making me nervous. I have visions of clingfilm over the toilet bowl, apple-pie beds and buckets of water balanced precariously over door frames. Luckily for me things have progressed since the practical joke books of my childhood. Pranks on YouTube have evolved and become more elaborate and are usually conducted by adults upon other adults, for the amusement of a global audience. Tom has always loved

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Clickorlando.com: Deltona boy with autism permitted to ride bus after officials lift ban

Clickorlando.com: Deltona boy with autism permitted to ride bus after officials lift ban

DELTONA, Fla. – Parents of 11-year-old Joshua are relieved, now that their autistic son is no longer banned from Votran’s Gold Service, a bus for the mentally and physically disabled.

“He misses his friends, he misses his teacher,” said Lisa, the boy’s mother.

On Tuesday, News 6 reported that Votran suspended Joshua

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- Long Distance

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Long Distance

Long distance relationships suck.

In the past, I have been burnt twice by two men who I was in a long distance relationship with. And I swore I would never accept that type of relationship again and I haven’t until now. But the thing is R and I did not start out long distance, him going to be overseas. He only lived about an hour away. I could handle that but this move to

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Wsav.com: Matthew Reardon Center hosts annual Autism Conference on March 2

Wsav.com: Matthew Reardon Center hosts annual Autism Conference on March 2

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — The Matthew Reardon Center for Autism will host their annual Autism Conference on March 2 at the Coastal Georgia Center. The day-long conference features workshops and speakers and this year’s conference features keynote speaker Lydia X.Z. Brown.

The goal is to learn how to strengthen support

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Medicalxpress.com: Study points to immune system's role in neural development

Medicalxpress.com: Study points to immune system's role in neural development

Microglia help regulate synaptic engulfment and pruning in the brain. Credit: Rendering courtesy Molofsky Lab

Between the ages of two and four, the human brain has an estimated one quadrillion synapses – the electrical connections between neurons. As we age, pruning out extraneous synapses enables existing ones to run

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Sfgate.com: Healthcare Toolkit for autistic adults featured at UCSF Developmental Disabilities Conference

Sfgate.com: Healthcare Toolkit for autistic adults featured at UCSF Developmental Disabilities Conference

AASPIRE helps autistic adults access healthcare

Autistic adults face many barriers to accessing health care, including navigating a healthcare system that relies heavily on verbal communication.

The AASPIRE Healthcare Toolkit project used a community-based participatory research approach to develop an interactive web site and printable toolkit for adults on the autism

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