Day: March 25, 2018

Tapinto.net: Quail Brook Senior Center April Program Schedule Announced

Tapinto.net: Quail Brook Senior Center April Program Schedule Announced

QUAIL BROOK SENIOR CENTER625 New Brunswick Rd., Somerset, NJ 08873(732) 563-4213

Open Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Table Tennis (Ping Pong) – Monday – Friday. Take a ‘shot’ at being a tournament master by playing single or doubles games. This competitive game has been an Olympic sport since 1988

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Eastbaytimes.com: Good Neighbors: 'Faces of Wildlife' fundraiser coming up

Eastbaytimes.com: Good Neighbors: 'Faces of Wildlife' fundraiser coming up

The Lindsay Wildlife Experience in Walnut Creek offers opportunities for visitors of all ages to get up close and personal with live owls, snakes, rabbits and a porcupine on the exhibition floor and through wildlife classes and tours from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m.Tuesday through Sunday. Membership includes admission and invitations to special

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Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “Hey, you know this is the first time we've ever seen each other naked.”

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “Hey, you know this is the first time we've ever seen each other naked.”

It’s dreary here.  It snowed a little, but it will likely melt soon.  I discovered the downside of my new sleep medication.  It’s the same active ingredient as Benadryl, which means it dehydrates me.  Dehydration sucks because I get a sinus headache and feel like shit.  I’ve been drinking water with a squirt of lemon juice to help.  I’m going to look into hydration additives later to speed things up.

I’m building a

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Inews.co.uk: Leading computer games retailer trials 'autism-friendly' stores

Inews.co.uk: Leading computer games retailer trials 'autism-friendly' stores

A computer games retailer has declared itself “autism friendly” after giving special training to staff and making adjustments in some of its stores.

Retailer Game has teamed up with autism charity Dimensions to ensure the equipment in its high-tech games hubs cater for those living with the condition.

The trial

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Nsnews.com: Autism snowboard day at Mt. Seymour

Nsnews.com: Autism snowboard day at Mt. Seymour

The SUPA Society partnered with Mt. Seymour, Canada Snowboard and the Canucks Autism Network to host the inaugural Autism Snowboard Day March 25. Participants teamed up with instructors and support workers to experience snowboarding and enjoy mountain activities. 15-year-old Christopher Paquette gets and lesson from Myrosha Daley on the Goldie

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Video:Ryan Trout- Stop Bullying Start Spreading Love

Video:Ryan Trout- Stop Bullying Start Spreading Love

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Yourtherapysource.com: Gross Motor Skill Delays, Behavior and Quality of Life for Children with Autism

Yourtherapysource.com: Gross Motor Skill Delays, Behavior and Quality of Life for Children with Autism

Gross Motor Skill Delays, Behavior and Quality of Life for Children with Autism

Physical Therapy published research to determine the associations between gross motor skill delays, behavior and quality of life for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  Using a cross-sectional, retrospective analysis data was collected from 3253 children (2-6

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Cbslocal.com: LI Children's Museum Hosts 'Sensory-Friendly' Performance For World Autism Awareness Day

Cbslocal.com: LI Children's Museum Hosts 'Sensory-Friendly' Performance For World Autism Awareness Day

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — April 2nd marks World Autism Day, where people across the globe will be lighting up blue in hopes of raising money and awareness.

This year, the Long Island Children’s Museum is holding a sensory-friendly performance in honor of autism awareness.

Jeanmarie Walsh Mansfield, Associate Director of

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Leaderpost.com: School playground safety is complex when it comes to children with autism, says Regina mom

Leaderpost.com: School playground safety is complex when it comes to children with autism, says Regina mom

When Jacqueline Patron’s daughter Elyse, who is on the autism spectrum, started kindergarten at a Regina Public school in fall 2016, Patron had concerns.

Jacqueline Patron’s daughter Elyse was a flight risk.

On the autism spectrum, she would bolt from her parents in stores and public places.

When Elyse

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Tapinto.net: Autism Awareness Event to be held at South Plainfield Public Library

Tapinto.net: Autism Awareness Event to be held at South Plainfield Public Library

The South Plainfield Mayor’s Wellness Committee and the South Plainfield Public Library will be hosting an ‘autism awareness’ event on Sunday, April 29, 2018, at the South Plainfield Public Library from 2 pm – 4 pm.  

 For questions or concerns please reach out to the following:  Library Director linda hansen

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