Day: July 3, 2018

Video:Connopolis- Why Do So Many Autistic People LOVE LEGO?

Video:Connopolis- Why Do So Many Autistic People LOVE LEGO?

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Starnewsonline.com: Missing Wilmington girl with autism found quickly

Starnewsonline.com: Missing Wilmington girl with autism found quickly

By Tim Buckland StarNews Staff

Tuesday Jul 3, 2018 at 10:55 AM Jul 3, 2018 at 10:55 AM

Child found unharmed after wandering away from home Tuesday morning

WILMINGTON — A 7-year-old girl with autism was found Tuesday morning about a half hour after she was reported missing, according to a release from the Wilmington Police Department.

The girl’s

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Wxxinews.org: Coming up on Connections: Tuesday, July 3

Wxxinews.org: Coming up on Connections: Tuesday, July 3

First hour: Atheism and politics

Second hour: Disparities in autism diagnosis and treatment

Polling shows that the number of Americans who self-identify as non-religious is rising. But many atheists say this is actually a difficult time for them in this country. That’s because lawmakers who cite deeply religious backgrounds often

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Deccanherald.com: Music classes helping children with autism

Deccanherald.com: Music classes helping children with autism

The benefits of music for children with autism are undisputed. Music therapy helps them cope with their social-interaction difficulties and repetitive behaviour.

Some children with autism are now going in for professional certification in music, considered difficult even for children with no disabilities, and the benefits are there for all

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Bocanewspaper.com: Game Changer Lexisnexis Risk Solutions Holds Inaugural Code Camp For Students With Autism

Bocanewspaper.com: Game Changer Lexisnexis Risk Solutions Holds Inaugural Code Camp For Students With Autism

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Recognizing that about 85 percent of adults on the autism spectrum are underemployed or unemployed, LexisNexis Risk Solutions recently hosted the inaugural iRISE2 ECL Code Camp.

Held at the Boca Raton office, students with autism worked with data scientists and senior developers to learn ECL — the

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Digitaljournal.com:  Pixel Academy Becomes First Certified Autism Center in New York

Digitaljournal.com: Pixel Academy Becomes First Certified Autism Center in New York

Inclusion and Neurodiversity are the Norm When Teaching Digital Technology Skills to Youth

NEW YORK – July 3, 2018 – (Newswire.com)

Pixel Academy is the most recent organization to become a Certified Autism Center (CAC), a designation awarded by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES).

The Pixel Academy,

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Independent.co.uk: Measles outbreak: GPs put on high alert as cases already more than double 2017 total

Independent.co.uk: Measles outbreak: GPs put on high alert as cases already more than double 2017 total

GPs have been warned that measles remains a very real threat in the UK after cases in the first six months of 2018 were already more that twice last year’s total.

Writing in the British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) senior Public Health England (PHE) officials told GPs that there is an “ongoing

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Video:Fathering Autism- She Ran From Mom ~ Girls Outing

Video:Fathering Autism- She Ran From Mom ~ Girls Outing

She ran from mom during the girls outing. We met another fan at the ice cream shop. Motorcycle wheelies, axe throwing, mood swings, popcorn, making movies, and steak. Sunday funday.

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News-medical.net: Researchers identify molecular mechanism leading to cortical malformation from brain-only mutations

News-medical.net: Researchers identify molecular mechanism leading to cortical malformation from brain-only mutations

July 2, 2018

Focal malformations of cortical development (FMCDs) are a heterogeneous group of brain cortical abnormalities. These conditions are the most common causes of medically refractory epilepsy in children and are highly associated with intellectual disability, developmental delay, and autism-spectrum disorders. Despite a broad spectrum of cortical abnormalities in

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Sciencedaily.com: Tackling bullying could help reduce depression in autistic teens

Sciencedaily.com: Tackling bullying could help reduce depression in autistic teens

Teenagers with difficulties in social communication, including autism have higher rates of depressive symptoms, especially if they are being bullied.

Researchers at the University of Bristol, using questionnaire, clinic and genetic information on 6091 young people from the Children of the 90s longitudinal study, found that children with autism and

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Sciencedaily.com: Assessing antidepressant exposure during pregnancy and Autism-like behavior in mouse pups

Sciencedaily.com: Assessing antidepressant exposure during pregnancy and Autism-like behavior in mouse pups

Society for Neuroscience. “Assessing antidepressant exposure during pregnancy and Autism-like behavior in mouse pups: Research suggests antidepressant Prozac alters development of brain circuits that control autism-like behavior in mice.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 2 July 2018. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/07/180702133904.htm>.

Society for Neuroscience. (2018, July 2). Assessing antidepressant exposure during pregnancy and Autism-like behavior in

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