Day: February 16, 2018

Pilotonline.com: This autistic student stayed on the sidelines of Bayside's basketball team for 4 years. Until this week.

Pilotonline.com: This autistic student stayed on the sidelines of Bayside's basketball team for 4 years. Until this week.

VIRGINIA BEACH

Chris Sarabia launched a jumper that banged off the rim.

The crowd roared.

“Aw!”

Seconds later, he threw up another that nearly went in.

“Ohhhhhhhh!”

Then, with about 15 seconds left in Bayside’s final game of the season Thursday night, Chris gave up on the long-range stuff and

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Examiner.ie: Cork Airport to provide free books to child passengers with autism

Examiner.ie: Cork Airport to provide free books to child passengers with autism

Cork Airport plans to build on existing autism initiatives to assist children and their families travelling through its terminal.

The airport will provide children and their families with autism-specific books about their journey through the airport. The initiative will begin this summer and it targets children with autism who have

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Blog:Unstrange Mind- In Praise of Dr. Paul K. Longmore

Blog:Unstrange Mind- In Praise of Dr. Paul K. Longmore

This is a re-post of an essay that originally appeared on Unstrange Mind November 10, 2015.

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I have many heroes, living and dead. These are people who are role models to me, people who have changed

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Video:Fathering Autism- Teaching Her To Talk | Valentines Day Fail

Video:Fathering Autism- Teaching Her To Talk | Valentines Day Fail

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Blog:Stranger Darker Better- What I Wish I'd Known Sooner

Blog:Stranger Darker Better- What I Wish I'd Known Sooner

I got an ask on Tumblr asking me to talk about things I wish I’d known sooner. As is often the case for me, I rambled on longer than intended and this got long enough that I figured it deserved to be a real blog post. So, without further ado, here are somethings I wish I’d known sooner:

You won’t find your worth in a man

I spent so many years desperate to find a

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Stripes.com: Troubled transition: Tricare changes endanger autism therapy services for military families

Stripes.com: Troubled transition: Tricare changes endanger autism therapy services for military families

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Neurosciencenews.com: Lab Grown Human Cerebellar Cells Yield Clues to Autism

Neurosciencenews.com: Lab Grown Human Cerebellar Cells Yield Clues to Autism

Summary: Researchers have derived purkinje cells from patients with TSC, a genetic syndrome that includes some ASD-like symptoms. The cells, researchers say, have several characteristics that could help explain how ASD develops at the molecular level.

Source: Boston Children’s Hospital.

Increasing evidence has linked autism spectrum disorder (ASD) with

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Maryvilledailyforum.com: Autism advocate Grandin speaks at Northwest

Maryvilledailyforum.com: Autism advocate Grandin speaks at Northwest

Nationally renowned scientist, author, educator and autism awareness advocate Temple Grandin, a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, addressed a near-capacity audience Thursday, Feb 15, at the Houston Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University.

Grandin’s presentation, titled “Developing Individuals Who

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