Day: March 7, 2018

Blog:The Secret Aspie- He walked into my heart like he always belonged there, took down my walls and lit my soul on fire.

Blog:The Secret Aspie- He walked into my heart like he always belonged there, took down my walls and lit my soul on fire.

R and I spoke last night and time just stops, it slows down and everything just fades away, and nothing matters but Us.

We spoke about a couple of things that I was not happy about, one being his reliability and communication, and he said he understood and promised to try harder which is all I can ask with his work being paramount at the moment. He has been about his work for

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Ourquadcities.com: Autism Society of the Quad Cities sponsoring special film at the Putnam Museum

Ourquadcities.com: Autism Society of the Quad Cities sponsoring special film at the Putnam Museum

DAVENPORT, Iowa – The Autism Society of the Quad Cities is sponsoring a unique movie playing at the Putnam Museum Sunday, March 11th. “Wild Africa” is an autism/sensory-friendly film. Autism Society of the Quad Cities President Gary Rowe joined us to talk more about his organization and the

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Blog:Spectrum Women- THE TOP TEN THINGS PARENTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GIRLS ON THE SPECTRUM

Blog:Spectrum Women- THE TOP TEN THINGS PARENTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GIRLS ON THE SPECTRUM

Feature photo: Becca Lory with her mom ©Becca Lory 2018

A Spectrum Women collaboration, edited by Maura Campbell

In honour of International Women’s Day, the Spectrum Women writers have compiled a list of things we think it’s particularly important for parents or carers of girls on the autism spectrum to know.

Maura Campbell “The Shirley Temple” years ©Maura Campbell 2018

1. Recognise how autism presents differently in girls

In adult studies, the 4:1 male/female ratio in

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- Open Your Heart

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Open Your Heart

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Open your heartBefore it´s much too lateYou cannot hide yourself awayYou´ll fadeCrying won´t doWon´t bring her back to youYour love was buried deepShe wasn´t yours to keepI see you´re living in the past, now you´re falling apartYou don´t wanna let it go `cause you´re stuck at the startAnd the years are peeling by, but you never believeThat nothing is the same as it used to beToo late, too lateBefore it´s too lateToo

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Sampan.org: BCNC receives grant from doug flutie, jr. Foundation for Autism for $10,000

Sampan.org: BCNC receives grant from doug flutie, jr. Foundation for Autism for $10,000

BCNC RECEIVES GRANT FROM DOUG FLUTIE, JR. FOUNDATION FOR AUTISM FOR $10,000

Boston, MA – Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) is pleased to announce it has received a $10,000 grant from the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism.

These funds will support BCNC Family Services. BCNC Family Services supports Chinese immigrant families in Boston

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Uploadvr.com: 7 Ways VR is Improving Healthcare

Uploadvr.com: 7 Ways VR is Improving Healthcare

When we think about VR, we tend to associate it with the entertainment genre. Although VR indeed set sails to enhance the demanding gamer’s experience, it has also made significant improvements to the lives of people with autism, lazy eye, chronic pain, and other health conditions. Below are some of

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Romesentinel.com: Utica Mayor's Gala will benefit Kelberman Center, help support early intervention for individuals with autism

Romesentinel.com: Utica Mayor's Gala will benefit Kelberman Center, help support early intervention for individuals with autism

Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri and his wife Susan have chosen The Kelberman Center as the recipient of the 2018 Mayor’s Gala, to be held on Saturday, April 28, at the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Utica.Tickets are $50 per person. They can be purchased at www.uticamayorsbenefitgala.com or checks can be made

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Yourtherapysource.com: Sensory Processing at Home Versus School in Children with Autism

Yourtherapysource.com: Sensory Processing at Home Versus School in Children with Autism

Sensory Processing at Home Versus School in Children with ASD

Do you find that children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) experience higher levels of sensory dysfunction at home or school?  Recent research investigated sensory processing at home versus school in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  Each of the participants (41

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