Day: April 11, 2018

Looptt.com: Ministry joins Autism Society for World Autism Day commemoration

Looptt.com: Ministry joins Autism Society for World Autism Day commemoration

“Persons living with Autism Spectrum Disorder are equal citizens and must be treated as such in all spheres of life; be it access to education, health, employment, transport, justice and the built environment.”

This was the statement made by Cherrie-Ann Crichlow-Cockburn, Minister of Social Development and Family Services as she

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Fastcompany.com: PBS Kids and Zappos are launching a line of adorable autism-friend clothes

Fastcompany.com: PBS Kids and Zappos are launching a line of adorable autism-friend clothes

For kids with autism or some other sensory sensitivity, the simple act of getting dressed in the morning can feel overwhelming. Things like buttons, zippers, and tags can lead to a meltdown. But most children’s clothing brands don’t consider these consumers when they are designing products, so many children

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Kdvr.com: Authorities: Tennessee mother saw husband kill her 5-year-old son who had autism

Kdvr.com: Authorities: Tennessee mother saw husband kill her 5-year-old son who had autism

DICKSON, Tenn. — The mother of a 5-year-old boy who was reported missing in Tennessee last week told police she was present when her son was killed, WKRN reported, citing court documents.

Joseph Daniels, 28, is seen in a booking photo released by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

Krystal Nicole

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Clevelandclinic.org: Young Adult With Autism Makes Remarkable Transformation, Now Pursuing College Degree

Clevelandclinic.org: Young Adult With Autism Makes Remarkable Transformation, Now Pursuing College Degree

Three-year-old Yoav Israeli couldn’t walk, talk or easily chew and swallow food.

Doctors in Israel diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and recommended he should be institutionalized in a special needs center.

“They wanted us to give up on our son, and we were not going to do that,” recalled

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Positivelynaperville.com: Turning Pointe Autism Foundation opens doors for inspiration on Thursday evenings in April

Positivelynaperville.com: Turning Pointe Autism Foundation opens doors for inspiration on Thursday evenings in April

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Above / Turning Pointe Autism Foundation, located at 1500 W. Ogden Avenue, is where folks will meet Otis and other folks creating awareness that April is Autism Awareness month during open houses every Thursday

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Newsweek.com: Educators Fired After Recording Catches Them Ridiculing Child With Autism

Newsweek.com: Educators Fired After Recording Catches Them Ridiculing Child With Autism

A Louisiana educator has been fired and another will be dismissed after ridiculing a student with autism for his learning disabilities.

The student’s mother, Milissa Davis, suspected something was going at school after her son’s behavior at home declined. She sent him to school with a recording device in his bag and was unhappy

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Ajc.com: Children with autism take on world's busiest airport

Ajc.com: Children with autism take on world's busiest airport

Hartsfield-Jackson International hosted an airport “rehearsal” Wednesday for 40 families with autism to practice moving through the airport, boarding and being in the airplane cabin.

The program is aimed at reducing stress when flying for families that have a child with autism and raising awareness for airport, airline and Transportation Security Administration

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Af.mil: Commentary: Shining a light on autism

Af.mil: Commentary: Shining a light on autism

EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. —

A regular part of wellness visits at the pediatrician’s office, particularly in infants and toddlers, is tracking the child’s development. When a child is not developing as expected, especially in communication or social skills, it raises the pediatrician’s concern for an autism spectrum disorder.

 

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Mdmag.com: Children with Both ADHD and Autism Face Greater Anxiety Risk

Mdmag.com: Children with Both ADHD and Autism Face Greater Anxiety Risk

Eliza Gordon-Lipkin, MD Children with both attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) face an increased risk for conditions that affect mood and anxiety, according to research involving more than 3000 young people.

“We newly recognized in this study that anxiety disorder and mood disorder, while very common in ASD,

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Tapinto.net: Join Union County's 1st Annual Autism Walk at Mattano Park in Elizabeth, April 28

Tapinto.net: Join Union County's 1st Annual Autism Walk at Mattano Park in Elizabeth, April 28

As part of Autism Awareness Month, the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders through the Office for People with Special Needs invites residents to come out and participate in Union County’s 1st Annual Walk for Autism Awareness and Spring Carnival.

The event features entertainment, food and prizes and will take

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Andnextcomesl.com: To the Parent of a Child Who Was Just Diagnosed with Autism (8 Things You Should Know)

Andnextcomesl.com: To the Parent of a Child Who Was Just Diagnosed with Autism (8 Things You Should Know)

Things I want parents to know when their child is diagnosed with autism. Great practical autism parenting tips! A couple of recent conversations with parents of kids awaiting diagnosis or who had just received a fresh diagnosis reminded me of just how loaded the term autism is. Many people are

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Video:Fathering Autism- Affectionate and Autistic | We Called Airport Security

Video:Fathering Autism- Affectionate and Autistic | We Called Airport Security

Abigail debunks the myth that people can’t be affectionate and autistic giving her nanny the biggest, longest birthday hug. We called airport security for the TSA Cares program to find out about what to expect and what services were available. TSA surprised us!

TSA Cares – https://www.tsa.gov/travel/passenger-support

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