Day: February 13, 2018

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Time

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Time

At times I forget how far I have come from who I used to be. I am someone who very much believes in self-improvement. Knowing where I am heading in my life, plans, goals, are always what shore up my confidence in my own abilities.

For so long the others would do things for me and you get used to it. You get used to hiding.

I forget that even though I had the

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Wearecentralpa.com: Infant brain scans ID autism

Wearecentralpa.com: Infant brain scans ID autism

arly diagnosis is essential when it comes to autism. Researchers say studying babies’ brains may be a critical part of unlocking some of the mystery behind the condition. It could help researchers determine which children may go on to develop autism, and ultimately lead to better outcomes.

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Womenandhollywood.com: Trailer Watch: Award-Winning Autism Rom-Com “Keep the Change” Tells a Universal Story

Womenandhollywood.com: Trailer Watch: Award-Winning Autism Rom-Com “Keep the Change” Tells a Universal Story

“Keep the Change”

“Because [‘Keep the Change’] deals with the subject of disabilities and specifically autism, people who haven’t yet seen it might dismiss it as a niche film — but it’s not a niche film,” writer-director Rachael Israel said of her feature debut. “To me, this is a full butter popcorn

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Reason.com: Democracy in Chains Author Nancy MacLean Calls Autism a Leading Cause of Libertarianism

Reason.com: Democracy in Chains Author Nancy MacLean Calls Autism a Leading Cause of Libertarianism

Screenshot via Joe Friendly / YoutubeNancy MacLean, the Duke University historian who wrote Democracy in Chains, the deeply conspiratorial and much-criticized biography of public choice economist James Buchanan, told an audience in New York last week that Buchanan and other early leaders of the limited-government movement “seem to be on

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Islandpacket.com: She thought the 'miracle' mix would cure her child's autism. Police say it was acid.

Islandpacket.com: She thought the 'miracle' mix would cure her child's autism. Police say it was acid.

She’d read about it on a Facebook group: a “miracle mineral solution” that could reportedly cure everything from AIDS to cancer, Indianapolis police said.

The woman, 28, told her daughter’s father she thought the mixture could help their child’s autism, police said, so she began putting drops of it in

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Cbc.ca: Quebec father calls wait for speech therapy for child with autism a 'nightmare'

Cbc.ca: Quebec father calls wait for speech therapy for child with autism a 'nightmare'

Sam Kuhn’s daughter Charlotte, who has autism and is non-verbal, has been waiting for publicly funded speech therapy for five years, only to be told she is now too old to benefit from a government subsidy.

Kuhn first went public about his daughter’s struggle to gain access to publicly funded occupational

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Video:AascendSF- “Autism and Job Initiatives for 2018” Season 5 Episode 2

Video:AascendSF- “Autism and Job Initiatives for 2018” Season 5 Episode 2

In this week’s show, Kristen Pedersen, chief of employment services at the ARC of San Francisco, joins Keith and Will. She describes some of the new neurodiversity employment initiatives for 2018, including with Amazon, Salesforce, and AirBnB. Jennifer Brooks reviews “Loving Mr. Spock: Understanding a Lover with Asperger’s Syndrome”.

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Nbcwashington.com: Missing 14-Year-Old Girl With Autism May Have Gone to Union Station

Nbcwashington.com: Missing 14-Year-Old Girl With Autism May Have Gone to Union Station

A 14-year-old girl with autism disappeared from her home in Germantown, Maryland, early Tuesday and may have gone to Union Station in D.C. 

Montgomery County police are concerned about the physical and emotional welfare of Darryllyn Greene. 

Greene was last seen about 5 a.m. at her home on Jump Drive

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