Day: June 1, 2018

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

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

Happy Volunteers Week! We’re celebrating some of the wonderful people who give up their time, share their skills and help us support autistic people and their families.

We’d like to start by introducing you to Mike. Mike is autistic and, over the years has used a lot of our charity’s services. He feels he wants to give back and that’s why he runs an amazing music session at his local service…

Thank you Mike, and to all of the other talented people who run volunteer arts, music, cooking, sports and even Tai Chi classes with the people we support.

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

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- Pffst what a prick

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Pffst what a prick

I ended up changing my number, I spoke to R but he was not happy with my answer and acted like a prick. I knew he probably would as he had done so in the past. I hated changing my number but I can already remember the new one, so all good. Whenever in the past R could not manipulate me he always got nasty, sighs.

I will update Boi on what happened

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News-medical.net: Researchers discover three genes that may have contributed to evolution of large human brain

News-medical.net: Researchers discover three genes that may have contributed to evolution of large human brain

June 1, 2018

A newly discovered set of genes could help explain how humans diverged from other apes.

Three genes involved in nerve cell generation in the brain emerged roughly 3.5 million years ago and may have contributed to the rapid evolution of the large human brain, Howard Hughes Medical

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Pr.com: The Autism Project-FLOS Inc. Presents Kickoff 4 Inclusion 2018

Pr.com: The Autism Project-FLOS Inc. Presents Kickoff 4 Inclusion 2018

The Autism Project-FLOS Inc. presents 1st Kickoff event that will help educate the community and officially introduce their organization to the public. This event will have professional industry speakers communicating the importance of support services for the special needs autistic community in Yonkers and lower Westchester county area.

Yonkers, NY,

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Blog:Spectrum Women- Meet the Spectrum Women Book Authors: Christine Jenkins

Blog:Spectrum Women- Meet the Spectrum Women Book Authors: Christine Jenkins

Spectrum Women: Walking to the Beat of Autism is now in its final stages of publication, preparing to be printed for the wide world to see by Jessica Kingsley Publishers, we, the Spectrum Women and authors of this book, felt it would be a great opportunity to tell you a little about ourselves and the reasons why we were part of this incredible project. Each Spectrum Woman has a unique story to tell and today

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Video:Spectrum Laboratory- “My Heart Confuses Me” a profound dark comedy about living with anxiety and depression

Video:Spectrum Laboratory- “My Heart Confuses Me” a profound dark comedy about living with anxiety and depression

Spectrum Laboratory presents
“My Heart Confuses Me”
a dark comedy short film that takes a profound look into the psyche of an autistic brain dealing with anxiety and depression and overcoming fear.

Written & Performed by Atticus Costain-Couger
Directed & Edited by Jason Weissbrod
Original Score by Atticus Costain-Couger
Also Starring Jack Brazill as the friend
Camera by Matt Friedman & Jeff Lorch
Mix & Mastered at DeMarco Productions
Assistant Edited by Michael Bledstein
Special Thanks to Chris Halstead

Created by Autistic Artists at Spectrum Laboratory
A Spec Labs Production 2018
www.speclabs.org

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Whsv.com: Inaugural basketball tournament aiming to raise awareness for autism

Whsv.com: Inaugural basketball tournament aiming to raise awareness for autism

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) — A local basketball tournament in Harrisonburg is raising awareness for autism: “Hoopin’ for Autism Summer Showcase.”

The group hosting the inaugural tournament is Your Future Basketball, an elite, non-profit travel team, which has a volunteer coaching staff.

The doors to Eastern Mennonite University’s Yoder Arena

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Video:Ryan Trout- Autistic Boy Has A Severe Outburst

Video:Ryan Trout- Autistic Boy Has A Severe Outburst

Hey in this video I have a severe outburst so spread the word and subscribe for more videos!
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