Day: June 11, 2018

Sciencedaily.com: Framework identifies genetic missense mutations linked to autism spectrum disorder

Sciencedaily.com: Framework identifies genetic missense mutations linked to autism spectrum disorder

Carnegie Mellon University. “Framework identifies genetic missense mutations linked to autism spectrum disorder.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 11 June 2018. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/06/180611152723.htm>.

Carnegie Mellon University. (2018, June 11). Framework identifies genetic missense mutations linked to autism spectrum disorder. ScienceDaily. Retrieved June 11, 2018 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/06/180611152723.htm

Carnegie Mellon University. “Framework identifies genetic missense mutations

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Video:Fathering Autism- We Are Getting A Boat

Video:Fathering Autism- We Are Getting A Boat

I think this is what we need in our lives…a boat and friends to take out on it. This was the most relaxed and best time we’ve had in a long time. Abbie loved it! Stimming while we went fast and playing with her friends in the water. Yep, I think we are getting a boat.

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Video:Spectrum Laboratory- “Sure Glad We Found Each Other!” original music video created by autistic artists

Video:Spectrum Laboratory- “Sure Glad We Found Each Other!” original music video created by autistic artists

Spectrum Laboratory presents
“Sure Glad We Found Each Other!”
an original music video about relationships and finding that love connection in this crazy weird dating world!
Nick & Abbey met at Spectrum Laboratory and soon found out that they were glad to have found each other and started dating! They both are on the autism spectrum and are happy to be dating another person on the spectrum. They feel like they “get” each other. They’re story is inspiring and brings hope to to others on the spectrum and shows how important it is for individuals on the spectrum to have social interaction and be a part of programs like Spec Labs, that encourage their passions and desires and helps build relationships, friendships and self esteem!

This video & song was created by autistic artists at Spectrum Laboratory

This song is on Spec Lab Records 6th full length album called
“My Heart”
available on itunes here
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/my-heart/1396116734

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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DLFC351/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1528748603&sr=8-1&keywords=my+heart+spectrum+laboratory

Performed by Abbey Romeo Lutes & Nick Brode
Written by Abbey Romeo Lutes, Nick Brode, Emily Elkin & Jason Weissbord
Directed by Matt friedman & Jason Weissbrod
Assistant Directed by Terri Reuther
Edited by Matt Friedman
Also Starring
Domonique Brown, Atticus Couger, Chelsea Cathcart, Willow Cox, Lucas Salusky & Ksusha Miretski
Music Produced by Garth Herberg
Additional Music Arrangement by Atticus Couger
Sound Mix & Matered by DeMarco Productions

A Spectrum Laboratory Production
2018

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Newsweek.com: Genetically Modified Monkeys May Help Scientists Understand Brain Disorders like Autism

Newsweek.com: Genetically Modified Monkeys May Help Scientists Understand Brain Disorders like Autism

For human brain research, crab-eating macaques and marmosets are the animals of choice for many scientists. They are smaller and easier to take care of than chimps, yet their brains are much more similar to human brains than those of mice. That’s why geneticists are attempting to genetically engineer monkeys

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Theislandnow.com: Send a 'Cup of Love' to help those with autism

Theislandnow.com: Send a 'Cup of Love' to help those with autism

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“Cup of Love” from Spectrum Bakes. (Courtesy of Dom Pisanelli)

Spectrum Bakes has launched the “Cup of Love Collection,” which are not only delicious but support the employment for individuals with autism.

Each cup comes with six assorted granolas wrapped with a bow

two chocolate chunk

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Iflscience.com: Boys With Autism Are Born Smaller But Grow Faster Than Average, Study Suggests

Iflscience.com: Boys With Autism Are Born Smaller But Grow Faster Than Average, Study Suggests

Boys with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are born smaller and lighter than average but outgrow peers by the time they are three. That’s according to a new study published in the April edition of Autism Research, apparently the first to link ASD to rapid skeletal growth. 

A team of researchers from the La Trobe University

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Hudsonvalleynewsnetwork.com: 8th Grader Raises Almost $5K for Anderson Center for Autism

Hudsonvalleynewsnetwork.com: 8th Grader Raises Almost $5K for Anderson Center for Autism

Photos Courtesy of Anderson Center for Autism

EAST MORICHES – Thirteen-year-old Abby Edwards of East Moriches, New York announced results from a recent fundraiser the eighth grader coordinated to raise funds for Anderson Center for Autism.

After approaching area school districts, community members, and businesses, and hosting her second annual

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Autismparentingmagazine.com: Ways Autism Focused Couple Therapy Can Change Your Life

Autismparentingmagazine.com: Ways Autism Focused Couple Therapy Can Change Your Life

As a practicing clinician specializing in adult diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), I have noticed that as the diagnosis of children impacted on the spectrum has dramatically increased (current statistic from the Centers for Disease Control is 1:55), the first time diagnostic rates for adults on the spectrum also

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Mappingignorance.org: Augmented reality and autism

Mappingignorance.org: Augmented reality and autism

The most effective interventions in people with autism are based on a personal work by specialized professionals and these therapies, when well designed and well done, achieve a constant improvement in different areas such as social communication, the presence of stereotypes and other atypical behaviors characteristic of autism. However,

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