Day: March 6, 2018

Video:Ryan Trout- DAKOTA CLARK MUST BE STOPPED! @Dahdahdakota Reaction

Video:Ryan Trout- DAKOTA CLARK MUST BE STOPPED! @Dahdahdakota Reaction

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Cbc.ca: Autism tutor pushing for higher pay, training requirements

Cbc.ca: Autism tutor pushing for higher pay, training requirements

A woman who provides support to children with special needs at a Prince Edward Island daycare is pushing government to make changes to her profession, because she feels more education requirements and higher pay would lead to better care. 

Ashley Shoemaker works at the Bright Futures Child Development Centre in Charlottetown, has

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Cw33.com: Richardson parents keep guardianship of 18-year-old daughter with severe autism

Cw33.com: Richardson parents keep guardianship of 18-year-old daughter with severe autism

DALLAS – A Dallas judge ruled that the parents who were treating their 18-year-old severely autistic daughter with marijuana are suitable to remain their legal guardians.

Mark and Christy Zartler use medical marijuana to help their daughter, Kara, to prevent self-injuring symptoms which include hitting herself uncontrollably, which has

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Limaohio.com: St. Rita's health focus: Know the signs of autism spectrum disorder

Limaohio.com: St. Rita's health focus: Know the signs of autism spectrum disorder

Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication and behavioral challenges. There is often nothing about how people with ASD look that sets them apart from other people, but people with ASD may communicate, interact, behave and learn in ways that are different

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