Day: August 3, 2018

Abc7news.com: Teen with autism helps grocery store employee restock shelves

Abc7news.com: Teen with autism helps grocery store employee restock shelves

BATON ROGUE, Louisiana —

A heartwarming video of the interaction between a grocery store employee and a young man with autism has gone viral.

The trending video shows 17-year-old Jack Edwards lending a hand to employee Jordan Taylor and restocking the coolers at a local grocery store.

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Punchng.com: Ambode, GT bank make case for children with autism

Punchng.com: Ambode, GT bank make case for children with autism

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Lagos State Governor, Akinwumi Ambode has reiterated his administration’s resolve to continue supporting children with special needs.

The governor who was represented by his Special Adviser on Social Development, Mrs Joyce Onafowokan, at the eighth Annual Autism Awareness Conference organized by GT Bank, said the current administration in

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Video:Our AUsome Life- AUTISTIC KIDS STAY COOL DURING SUMMER | AUTISM FAMILY VLOG [THROWBACK]

Video:Our AUsome Life- AUTISTIC KIDS STAY COOL DURING SUMMER | AUTISM FAMILY VLOG [THROWBACK]

This is a throwback from last summer! What a difference the kids have made!! #throwbackthursday

Kaden (11), Jaelee (10), and Kenzlee (4).
Each of the kids are on the autism spectrum and have been diagnosed with other special needs as well.
Autism doesn’t have a look and despite the challenges we live an AUSOME life.

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Engadget.com: Researchers use Google Glass to help kids with autism

Engadget.com: Researchers use Google Glass to help kids with autism

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We haven’t heard from Google Glass since its newer, sleeker version came out in July 2017 with a focus on assisting in the workplace. But scientists have found another application for the search giant’s augmented reality glasses: Helping autistic children navigate social situations.

Autism is

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Sciencedaily.com: Women with polycystic ovary syndrome more likely to have a child with autism

Sciencedaily.com: Women with polycystic ovary syndrome more likely to have a child with autism

Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are more likely than other women to have an autistic child, according to an analysis of NHS data carried out by a team at Cambridge University’s Autism Research Centre. The research is published today in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

PCOS affects about one in

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Wltx.com: SC Company Pays $8 Million to Settle Autism Probe

Wltx.com: SC Company Pays $8 Million to Settle Autism Probe

Columbia, SC (Greenville News) – The state’s largest provider of children’s autism behavioral therapy has paid the federal government $8.8 million to settle a false claims probe, federal prosecutors have announced.

An official with Early Autism Project Inc. issued a statement Thursday that said the firm had agreed to pay

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Wilx.com: Autism study coming to Mid-Michigan

Wilx.com: Autism study coming to Mid-Michigan

EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – A major study that could help find individual treatments for people with autism is coming to Mid-Michigan.

The SPARK” program is a nationwide project aimed at better understanding autism and connecting with the community News 10’s Alani Letang met a family who is going to

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Go.com: Family thanks worker who invited teen with autism to help stock groceries: 'He's the superstar'

Go.com: Family thanks worker who invited teen with autism to help stock groceries: 'He's the superstar'

A supermarket worker is getting special recognition from people across the globe and from one family in particular after video was shared of him stocking items alongside a teen with autism who’d expressed interest in helping.

Jordan Taylor, 20, was stocking orange juice at Rouse’s Market in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on

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Go.com: Researchers explore Google Glass as a tool to help autistic kids socialize

Go.com: Researchers explore Google Glass as a tool to help autistic kids socialize

Children with autism spectrum disorders often struggle with reading the social cues that make it easier to interact with other people, such as making eye contact and recognizing different facial expressions. Because of this, it can be difficult for them to identify and respond to from friends and loved ones.

Professional

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Insideedition.com: Louisiana Grocery Store Worker Befriends Teen With Autism, Kindly Shows Him How to Stock Shelves

Insideedition.com: Louisiana Grocery Store Worker Befriends Teen With Autism, Kindly Shows Him How to Stock Shelves

At 17, Jack Ryan Edwards doesn’t talk much. His attention span is extremely short. His senses are easily overloaded doing what others consider mundane — going to the grocery store, for example.

“He needs help and prompting with everything,” said his sister, Delaney Edwards Alwosaibi, of her brother with autism.

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