Day: June 6, 2018

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Don't make me laugh

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Don't make me laugh

The earth is shifting beneath my feet and something is coming. The flashbacks have been getting worse and more frequent. They have gone from weekly to nightly and my sleep is gone. It seems to have just been a coincidence with Boi and although I am relieved that it was associated with him waking up nightly and reliving the abuse is fucking with my study and my head.

The flashbacks are like storms,

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Video:Ryan Trout- Girl Assaults A Autistic Boy

Video:Ryan Trout- Girl Assaults A Autistic Boy

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Wytv.com: Sharpsville student makes prom special for classmate with autism

Wytv.com: Sharpsville student makes prom special for classmate with autism

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SHARPSVILLE, Pa. (WYTV) – High school can be tough. Students are often trying to keep up with their grades, friends and sports, as well as trying to fit in.

At Sharpsville

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Ganjapreneur.com: Colorado Gov. Vetoes Bill Making Autism a Qualifying Condition for MMJ

Ganjapreneur.com: Colorado Gov. Vetoes Bill Making Autism a Qualifying Condition for MMJ

Gov. John Hickenlooper, in a record-setting ninth veto of the year, rejected a bill that would have added Autism Spectrum Disorder to the list of conditions qualifying for medical marijuana on Tuesday, the Denver Post reports.

Hickenlooper said, regarding the veto, he could not ignore overwhelming concerns from the medical community.

“If

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Dailymail.co.uk: New iPhone app can spot AUTISM by tracking kids' faces as they watch videos

Dailymail.co.uk: New iPhone app can spot AUTISM by tracking kids' faces as they watch videos

New iPhone app can spot AUTISM by tracking kids’ faces as they watch videos – but officials warn too much screening could lead to false positivesThe free app monitors the child’s facial expressions as they watch clipsIt registers tell-tale signs of the subtle disorder that is hard to spot even

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Video:Autism Research Institute- Mechanisms of the effects of prenatal stress on neurodevelopment  genetics and epig

Video:Autism Research Institute- Mechanisms of the effects of prenatal stress on neurodevelopment genetics and epig

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Dr. Beversdorf is currently involved in research on autism, dementia, cognitive effects of stress, the cognitive neuroscience of problem solving ability, functional neuroimaging, and pharmacological modulation of cognition. His work has been published in journals such as Neurology, Journal of Neurology Neuroscience and Psychiatry, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United State of America and Lancet. He is also actively involved in the Brain Imaging Center at the University of Missouri. His research has been funded by National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke, National Institute On Drug Abuse, Department of Defense, the Stallone Fund and the National Alliance for Autism Research. He has joined the University of Missouri in the departments of Radiology, Neurology, Psychology and the Thompson Center as an Associate Professor to focus on the field of autism, with particular interest in pharmaco-functional neuroimaging as a potential treatment marker, and gene/stress interactions in the development of autism.

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Video:Fathering Autism- Do We Need To Change Her Meds?

Video:Fathering Autism- Do We Need To Change Her Meds?

We went back to Abigail’s psychiatrist to talk about autism, anxiety, OCD, and CBD Oil. Do we need to change her meds, keep it the same, do something different? We discuss this decision and what her doctor said about it. More ABA therapy, more shenanigans.

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

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

To see our latest volunteering opportunities or register with us, please visit our website here: http://bit.ly/2JipyYw

Meet Connor, one of our talented vloggers and a public speaking extraordinaire. He is our biggest champion, often seen supporting our national campaigns like Too Much Information and World Autism Awareness Week.

Thank you, Connor, and all the other online advocates who are spreading the word about autism.

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Video:Center for Autism and Related Disorders- CARD Cribs Prairieville, LA

Video:Center for Autism and Related Disorders- CARD Cribs Prairieville, LA

Come visit our center in Prairieville, LA. To find out more about aba services for your child on the autism spectrum please contact (985) 500-3130.

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Vanderbilt.edu: SPARK autism study, now in third year, continues

Vanderbilt.edu: SPARK autism study, now in third year, continues

Led by the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center’s Zachary Warren, associate professor of pediatrics, the SPARK study is looking for individuals of all ages with a professional diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to become part of the largest autism study ever undertaken in the United States.

Biological parents and full biological siblings (with

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Blog:Spectrum Women- Exclusive: Diagnosis, anxiety & celebrating being Autistic. An in depth discussion with Barb Cook & Kate Gaster

Blog:Spectrum Women- Exclusive: Diagnosis, anxiety & celebrating being Autistic. An in depth discussion with Barb Cook & Kate Gaster

Barb Cook & Kate Gaster

Barb Cook, Editor in chief of Spectrum Women Magazine, joins Kate Gaster of Girls Autistic Journey for an in depth discussion on topics of diagnosis and the importance of getting one and how it can set you on a path of understanding yourself, plus anxiety and how it affects a significant part of the autistic population to an extremely high level, how it affects many aspects of life, and what

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Video:Autism Awareness Australia- Surfers Healing Australia 2018

Video:Autism Awareness Australia- Surfers Healing Australia 2018

Another fabulous year partnering with our friends at Surfers Healing USA to bring this incredible experience to autism families in Australia!

It’s all about the love, and there was plenty of it during our 2018 surf days! So many gorgeous smiles and big achievements. we never tire of watching the joy our kids and young adults experience at Surfers Healing Australia… Mahalo!

Thanks to Twin Pete’s Creative for helping capture these special moments!

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Citizensvoice.com: Penguins present check to support autism programs

Citizensvoice.com: Penguins present check to support autism programs

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The Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins presented Allied Services Integrated Health System with a check for $9,074. Funds were raised from authentic, Lucas-films approved, Star Wars jerseys worn by the Scranton Wilkes-Barre Penguins during the 2018 season which were auctioned off during Autism Awareness Month to benefit programs and

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Blog:Spectrum Women- Thoughts About Friendships by Kate Gaster

Blog:Spectrum Women- Thoughts About Friendships by Kate Gaster

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I decided to write a piece on friendships and autism because I feel there are some frequently asked questions that needed answering. The questions I ask myself below are just some of my thoughts and feelings as to what I feel other autistics would ponder themselves.

I want to be clear these are my personal feelings, perspectives, and thoughts. Not everyone will agree.

Do you think autistic people want friends?

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