Day: March 13, 2018

Angelmansyndromenews.com: New Telehealth Study May Help Identify Autism Symptoms in Angelman Syndrome Babies

Angelmansyndromenews.com: New Telehealth Study May Help Identify Autism Symptoms in Angelman Syndrome Babies

Purdue University is conducting a telehealth study to help identify autism symptoms in infants with rare neuro-genetic diseases who might otherwise not be able to receive specialized care.

Results of the study may help children receive tailored therapy earlier than they normally would.

The five-year study will focus on prospective

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Themighty.com: My Journey From Autism to Special Education Attorney

Themighty.com: My Journey From Autism to Special Education Attorney

Many people have asked what motivated me to become a special education attorney. Many parents of children with disabilities who are already attorneys become special education attorneys through the process of advocating for their children. My journey to becoming a special education attorney is much more personal. I came to

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Disabled-world.com: Autism's Social Deficits Reversed by Romidepsin Anti-Cancer Drug

Disabled-world.com: Autism's Social Deficits Reversed by Romidepsin Anti-Cancer Drug

Published: 2018-03-12 : Press Release by University at Buffalo : Contact: buffalo.edu Synopsis: Using an epigenetic mechanism, romidepsin restored gene expression and alleviated social deficits in animal models of autism. Romidepsin (Istodax)

Romidepsin, also known as Istodax, a natural product obtained from the bacterium Chromobacterium violaceum, is an anticancer

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Thisweeknews.com: Worthington and Westerville: Local libraries add events for patrons on autism spectrum

Thisweeknews.com: Worthington and Westerville: Local libraries add events for patrons on autism spectrum

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To help reach an underserved portion of readers, at least two central Ohio library systems have begun to implement programs and storytimes dedicated to patrons on the autism spectrum.

Worthington Libraries’ Old Worthington Library held its first autism-friendly browsing hour in January, while the Westerville Public

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