Month: June 2018

Financialexpress.com: iPhone app effective for screening toddlers with autism, says study

Financialexpress.com: iPhone app effective for screening toddlers with autism, says study

For the study, 1,756 families with children aged from one to six years participated.

An iPhone app has shown to be effective and easy to use for screening young children with signs of autism, paving the way to broader, easier access to screening other neurodevelopmental disorders, according to researchers.

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Blog:Spectrum Women- Just How Hard Can Easy Be? By Lisa Morgan

Blog:Spectrum Women- Just How Hard Can Easy Be? By Lisa Morgan

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I’d like to take a look at how hard ‘easy’ can be for an autistic person. For this purpose, I’m going to use actors in a play. The setting is a classroom.  The lead role is an autistic student (played by me). The supporting roles are comprised of the teacher, other students, and any aides in the room. The antagonist is the environment. Let’s take a moment and look at

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Wflx.com: WPB boy with autism bit on bus

Wflx.com: WPB boy with autism bit on bus

A West Palm Beach mom said she feels like her five-year-old son’s time on the school bus is a black hole in his day after she said multiple incidents in one month could’ve put her son’s safety at risk.

“Everything my child is doing, I’m in the loop,” Kelly Cucura

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Video:Fathering Autism- What Does It Mean? Autism Family Summer Plans

Video:Fathering Autism- What Does It Mean? Autism Family Summer Plans

OMG! Double rainbow! What does it mean? What are we going to do? Summer plans for our autism family. I took Priscilla to get crab legs that we were supposed to get during her birthday week. Abbie made some new sensory art. Roses with celery butts! We will be spending a lot of time at the pool this summer. First day of summer!

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Video:Ryan Trout- Autistic Boy Stimming

Video:Ryan Trout- Autistic Boy Stimming

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Littlethings.com: Second-Grader Writes Book For Her Little Brother After He's Diagnosed With Autism

Littlethings.com: Second-Grader Writes Book For Her Little Brother After He's Diagnosed With Autism

They say there’s no other love like the love for a brother — an adage beautifully exemplified by the relationship between one Braintree, Massachusetts, girl and her younger sibling.

When Marin MacDonald’s 2-year-old brother, Henry, was diagnosed with autism last fall, the 8-year-old made up her mind to write him a

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Neurosciencenews.com: Inherited Variations in Noncoding Sections of DNA Associated with Autism

Neurosciencenews.com: Inherited Variations in Noncoding Sections of DNA Associated with Autism

Summary: Researchers have identified a link between paternally inherited variants in some noncoding segments of genes and an increased autism risk in subsequent offspring.

Source: NIH/NIMH.

A new study has identified an association between paternally-inherited rare structural variants in noncoding segments of genes and the development of autism spectrum

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Video:Center for Autism and Related Disorders- I Changed a Life Today 2

Video:Center for Autism and Related Disorders- I Changed a Life Today 2

The Center for Autism and Related Disorders are now hiring behavior technicians in over 200 locations nationwide. Join our family and learn about aba therapy and how you can help make a difference in the life of a child with autism.

For more information please call 1 (818) 345-2345. Or visit www.centerforautism.com

Music Credit: “White” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Video:Center for Autism and Related Disorders- So Do We

Video:Center for Autism and Related Disorders- So Do We

Now hiring behavior technicians in over 200 locations nationwide! Find out how you can make a difference and change the life of a child with autism by calling 1 (818) 345-2345 or visiting www.centerforautism.com

Music Credit: “Perspectives” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Video:The National Autistic Society- National Volunteers’ Week: Meet Sandra

Video:The National Autistic Society- National Volunteers’ Week: Meet Sandra

Meet Sandra, who volunteers at one of our services, and is currently studying for a degree in Special Educational Needs. Since volunteering with us she now has a better understanding of autism, which is something she is taking back to India.

Thank you, Sandra, and all the other people who volunteer at our 80 adult services and support centres.

Find out more about volunteering with us: http://bit.ly/2xyAqMK

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