Day: June 2, 2018

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Yesterday's Bread

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Yesterday's Bread

When someone rejects you it hurts, when they walk away they are rejecting who you are. They are saying you are not enough, you feel discarded like yesterday’s bread. We have all been there and it hurts, sometimes it hurts like fuck but at the end of the day we pick ourselves up and we move on. What happens to the ones who cannot?

I can’t be angry at R’s frustration, his anger,

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Video:Fathering Autism- Public Meltdown ~ A Bad Day

Video:Fathering Autism- Public Meltdown ~ A Bad Day

This is what a public meltdown can look like. Autistic meltdowns can happen for a variety of reasons. We aren’t sure what caused it but we have our theories. This is a frustrating part of nonverbal autism. Imagine a packed restaurant and this happens. We gave up and went home because we couldn’t get her to calm down. There’s no point in messing up everyone else’s meal and stressing ourselves out the whole time. It was just a bad day. Tomorrow is a new day. Just keep smiling.

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Medindia.net: New IPhone App can Effectively Screen Toddlers With Autism

Medindia.net: New IPhone App can Effectively Screen Toddlers With Autism

An iPhone app developed was found to be very effective in screening toddlers with signs of autism, which can aid in screening other neurodevelopmental disorders, reveals a new study.

The “Autism & Beyond” app first administers caregiver consent forms and survey questions and then uses the phone’s “selfie” camera to collect

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Bellevision.com: Early Intervention Autism Centre, New Kitchen and New Academic year at Manasa Pamboor inaugurated

Bellevision.com: Early Intervention Autism Centre, New Kitchen and New Academic year at Manasa Pamboor inaugurated

Early Intervention Autism Centre, New Kitchen and New Academic year at Manasa Pamboor inaugurated By Dr. Gerald Pinto Bellevision Media Network

Udupi, 2 June 2018: Programmes of  Inauguration of Early Intervention Autism Centre, new mechanized  Kitchen and  New Academic Year  was held at at Manasa Rehabilitation and Training Centre ,Pamboor

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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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