Day: April 29, 2018

Gulf-times.com: Institute conducts autism awareness campaign

Gulf-times.com: Institute conducts autism awareness campaign

Hamad Bin Khalifa University’s (HBKU) Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI) has organised a series of community activities and events this month as part of the institute’s efforts to promote and endorse a better understating of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).The ongoing month-long public awareness campaign was in support of the 10th

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Thetalkingdemocrat.com: Autism, an urgent public health crisis in the United States

Thetalkingdemocrat.com: Autism, an urgent public health crisis in the United States

Between 2000 and 2014, the prevalence of autism in the United States increased by about 150%. Figures that worry health authorities across the country.

A government report published Thursday, April 26, 2018 sounds the alarm: according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), autism has become an urgent

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Globalnews.ca: Tennis program for teens and children with autism helps kids ace the sport

Globalnews.ca: Tennis program for teens and children with autism helps kids ace the sport

A special sports program adapted for teens and children on the autism spectrum is giving participants the chance not only to play, but to ace the game of tennis.The program, Proset Autism, uses the sport as a therapeutic tool.Founder Philippe Manning is a tennis coach and therapist.He says it teaches children patience,

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Wtrf.com: Bethany College Alpha Xi Delta hosts Football FrenXi for Autism Speaks

Wtrf.com: Bethany College Alpha Xi Delta hosts Football FrenXi for Autism Speaks

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BETHANY, W.Va. (WTRF) – Although it was a chilly Sunday in Bethany, dozens of students came out for the sixth annual Football FrenXi for Autism Speaks at Bison Stadium. 

Autism Speaks is

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Fox9.com: 1 in 42 children in Minnesota has autism, according to new CDC report

Fox9.com: 1 in 42 children in Minnesota has autism, according to new CDC report

(KMSP) – One in 59 children has an autism spectrum disorder, according to the latest report by the CDC’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring. 

That number is significantly higher in Minnesota, where one in 42 children has autism. 

The CDC collaborates with universities and research centers around the

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- The Weekend -Part 2

Blog:The Secret Aspie- The Weekend -Part 2

Something that Boi had been wanting to try was being caned and so Saturday afternoon he got his wish, I didn’t go hard as I had only caned Mike a couple of times in the past but he did quite well for his first time. And I think he looks so pretty in the pink lace panties. Mind you by Saturday night his butt was back to normal, but it gave us both

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Echo-news.co.uk: Emotional colours for Autism Awareness Day at school

Echo-news.co.uk: Emotional colours for Autism Awareness Day at school

CHILDREN explored their emotions as part of autism awareness day.

Youngsters at Lee Chapel Primary School, Basildon, wore a different colour representing an emotion for each year group.

They also had a bake sale, bought Autism Awareness ribbons and had lessons about their emotions.

Children took part in a competition

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Atlantablackstar.com: More Kids Are Being Diagnosed with Autism as Testing Increases In Minority Children

Atlantablackstar.com: More Kids Are Being Diagnosed with Autism as Testing Increases In Minority Children

Megan Krail helps a 4-year-old boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder practice trick-or-treating at The University of Texas at Dallas’ Callier Center for Communication Disorders preschool class in Dallas. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

NEW YORK (AP) — The government estimates that autism is becoming more common, but it’s only a small increase

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