Day: February 4, 2018

Stltoday.com: Regulators who targeted controversial autism doctor may pay millions for humiliating him

Stltoday.com: Regulators who targeted controversial autism doctor may pay millions for humiliating him

ROCKVILLE, Md. • Mark Geier built a medical practice in Rockville, Md., and a national reputation for propagating the discredited theory that vaccines cause autism. The Maryland Board of Physicians suspended his license seven years ago because he was treating autistic children with a drug considered dangerous for young people and

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Thecabin.net: 13 year old CHDC athlete goes to 2018 SOAR games

Thecabin.net: 13 year old CHDC athlete goes to 2018 SOAR games

Marisa Hicks

SPRINGDALE—Conway Human Development Center resident Isaiah DuVall was the center’s first in-house adolescent resident to compete in the Special Olympics.

The Arkansas Special Olympics winter games kicked off Friday in Springdale and continues through Saturday at the Jones Center.

Thirteen-year-old DuVall competed as part of CHDC’s Patriots floor

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Nhl.com: Florida Panthers Announce 'Hockey is for Everyone' Initiatives

Nhl.com: Florida Panthers Announce 'Hockey is for Everyone' Initiatives

SUNRISE, Fla. – The Florida Panthers announced their ‘Hockey is for Everyone’ initiatives for the month of February celebrating the National Hockey League’s ‘Hockey is for Everyone’ month. Throughout February, the NHL and all 31 Clubs are celebrating diversity and promoting equality.

The Panthers will hold their Pride Night

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Blog:The Greatest Adventure- W2.3: A Wicked Sense of Humour

Blog:The Greatest Adventure- W2.3: A Wicked Sense of Humour

My son has a wicked sense of humour. By wicked I mean he enjoys the discomfort of others and he loves watching people get angry or surprised, so long as they are not angry at him.

For a boy who doesn’t like surprises or loud noises himself, he’s quite happy to make me squeal when he’s attacking me with pokes and tickles. He likes to jump out at me like Cato in the Pink

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Video:AUTISTIC WEREWOLF- MY HEART FELT “THANK YOU” TO EVERYONE WHO SUBSCRIBES, LIKES, COMMENTS & WATCHES MY CHANNEL!

Video:AUTISTIC WEREWOLF- MY HEART FELT “THANK YOU” TO EVERYONE WHO SUBSCRIBES, LIKES, COMMENTS & WATCHES MY CHANNEL!

It took me long enough to get the hint but, I realize I needed to say thank you to some of the TOTALLY AWESOME PEOPLE who have taken the time to like, comment, subscribe and watch my channel. I have a very small group of subscribers but we are a passionate bunch aren’t we! I really value every single one of my channel subscribers.

I want my channel to be a resource that offers insights into what it is like to grow up autistic and be autistic at different stages in life! I’m an old gray autistic werewolf now as I approach 60 years old. I’ve experienced what it is like to be autistic during many of life’s phases.

I can speak from actual experience about autism at different points in life. My channel has subscribers from every walk of life and many ages. My subscribers motivate me to never give up on trying to share autism insights. Building a successful You Tube Channel is a social activity as such, my best efforts might not get the best result. However if I let my lack of social skills stop me I would not be anywhere near the success I am in my work life. I even have a small cluster of good friends who love me. Fancy That!

I have a small channel but from what I read in the comments I have a darn good group of quality subscribers and I’ll take quality over quantity any day. My channel is growing and hopefully I will be able to help many more people but until then LET’S HAVE A BLAST AS I SHARE MY AUTISM INSIGHTS.

Remember nothing I say is meant to be medical advice. All I can do is share insights that will hopefully stimulate the dialogue between you and quality care givers and those living with autism in your life! I don’t peddle autism cures here. I share autism insights that hopefully promote greater understanding.

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Blog:Life with Aspergers- Book Review: Uniquely Normal: Tapping The Reservoir of Normalcy To Treat Autism by Robert J. Bernstein

Blog:Life with Aspergers- Book Review: Uniquely Normal: Tapping The Reservoir of Normalcy To Treat Autism by Robert J. Bernstein

Uniquely Normal: Tapping The Reservoir of Normalcy To Treat Autism by Robert J. Bernstein Uniquely Normal is a very impressive book which looks at a number of cases over Robert Bernstein’s career ranging from children as young as two to adults aged sixty-five. It’s quite a different book to the usual “parent’s guides” that cover the subject because this is more a collection of abbreviated case studies.

Robert’s techniques for treating conditions associated with autism are

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