Day: July 4, 2018

Glasgowlive.co.uk: Glasgow becomes first UK airport to host virtual dementia tour

Glasgowlive.co.uk: Glasgow becomes first UK airport to host virtual dementia tour

Glasgow Airport is hosting an innovative and immersive experience, designed to give staff and passengers a better understanding of some of the difficulties faced by people living with dementia.

Passengers and many of the airport’s 5000 staff have been invited to take part in the Virtual Dementia Tour (VDT) in

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News.com.au: Comedian charged over graffiti at Eurydice Dixon's memorial

News.com.au: Comedian charged over graffiti at Eurydice Dixon's memorial

A MELBOURNE comedian has been charged with painting the “lewd markings” discovered close to the Princes Park memorial for Eurydice Dixon.

Ms Dixon, 22, an aspiring comedian, was killed as she walked home from a comedy gig in Melbourne’s CBD on June 13.

Andrew Nolch, 31, has been charged with criminal damage,

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Uniindia.com: SAC gives nod to welfare for disabled persons' bill, objectionable drugs ads' bill

Uniindia.com: SAC gives nod to welfare for disabled persons' bill, objectionable drugs ads' bill

Srinagar, Jul 4 (UNI) The State Administrative Council (SAC) on Wednesday gave nod to the enactment of the ‘The Jammu and Kashmir State Trust for Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities Bill, 2018” and ‘Jammu and Kashmir Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Bill,

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Dailyprogress.com: Autism study examines why behaviors are misinterpreted

Dailyprogress.com: Autism study examines why behaviors are misinterpreted

You can learn a lot from your children.

Through his autistic daughter, Vikram Jaswal, a University of Virginia associate professor of psychology, learned you can’t always judge a person through accepted social norms.

“Before my daughter came along, I didn’t study anything to do with autism. But living with

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Cumbriacrack.com: Walsingham Support Staff win Prestigious National Award

Cumbriacrack.com: Walsingham Support Staff win Prestigious National Award

Walsingham Support Staff Sarah Smith and Nadine Suitor have scooped the award in the Best Employer category at the National Learning and Disabilities and Autism Awards. The Awards, held on Friday 29th June in Birmingham, celebrate excellence in providing quality care and support for people with learning disabilities across the

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- Labels

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Labels

There is something about not fitting yourself into a label that defies those around you. From inside the womb your parents and Dr’s label you, you are labelled by your gender. And as we grow it does not stop there, in our childhood we are labelled bossy, mean, bully, crybaby. We are labelled by our looks and what society thinks is important such as handsome, beautiful, pretty, effeminate, masculine,  ugly, old, young. In a

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Canoe.com: Autism spectrum disorder: signs and causes

Canoe.com: Autism spectrum disorder: signs and causes

Children develop at their own pace. For example, some take longer to utter their first word, acquire new skills, or learn to respect other people’s feelings. Eventually, most kids move past these challenges, but for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families, problems with language, behaviour, and social

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Video:Fathering Autism- CBD Oil Effects for Autism

Video:Fathering Autism- CBD Oil Effects for Autism

Busy day! The new FA shirts came in, we opened fam mail, the girls went to the pool, we talk about CBD oil effects for autism and specifically how it affected Abigail. CBD oil can be great…for some people. For Abigail it seemed to make what we were trying to help her with worse. We started CBD oil to help her with anxiety and meltdowns but in the week she started it things got worse, way worse. Abigail stuffs her face when she eats and we have to teach her how to slow down and chew. It’s going to be a long process but we will have to bring ABA in to help her with it.

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Donegalnow.com: Big-hearted Donegal folk step up to help Letterkenny Autism Group attend Irish Open

Donegalnow.com: Big-hearted Donegal folk step up to help Letterkenny Autism Group attend Irish Open

Fifteen children with autism from a Letterkenny summer camp group will have the chance to attend the Irish Open this week thanks to the trojan efforts of St Eunan’s GAA stalwart, John Haran and the local Donegal community.

John (pictured below) began contacting the European Tour eight weeks before the tournament

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Glasgowlive.co.uk: This 'life-changing' employment scheme helps young people with disabilities find work

Glasgowlive.co.uk: This 'life-changing' employment scheme helps young people with disabilities find work

A life-changing Glasgow scheme is helping young adults with autism and learning disabilities gain full-time, paid work.

Project Search aims to boost the job prospects of people aged 18 to 25 who may struggle to find work due to their disabilities.

Over the past six years, it has helped 74

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Localdvm.com: Runners support Autism Speaks

Localdvm.com: Runners support Autism Speaks

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POTOMAC, Md. – More than 1,200 runners and walkers came out Wednesday morning for the annual Autism Speaks 5K in Potomac. 

The organization has a goal of raising $250,000 to help individuals with autism and their families. Autism Speaks helps with advocacy and support throughout a person’s

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Storypick.com: Autistic 10 YO Received Bad Grades In Report Card So Dad Found The Best Way To Cheer Her Up!

Storypick.com: Autistic 10 YO Received Bad Grades In Report Card So Dad Found The Best Way To Cheer Her Up!

There have been countless discussions and debates on the topic of marking and grading systems in schools. The way a child’s potential is measured is restricted by academics and superficial benchmarks. And that puts immense pressure on them. Particularly when factors such as dyslexia, ADD, autism and other such conditions

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Hollandsentinel.com: HSRT launches sensory-friendly initiative for patrons with autism

Hollandsentinel.com: HSRT launches sensory-friendly initiative for patrons with autism

As part of its 47th season, Hope Summer Repertory Theatre has launched a sensory-friendly initiative to directly increase accessibility for patrons with autism and other developmental disabilities. Since the opening of  “Dragon Pack Snack Attack” on June 13, the Holland-based theater has been offering tools and materials to assist patrons

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