Day: September 3, 2018

Video:Fathering Autism- It’s Easier This Way

Video:Fathering Autism- It’s Easier This Way

Just tell them ahead of time. It’s easier this way…trust me. We react to some of your comments as we go through our day. How she knows to put on shoes the right way, questions about the podcast, apparently I’m not funny, teaching sign language, and more. Isaiah had a great photo shoot. Be sure to follow him on Instagram! Abbie is getting better and better at using her communication device.

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Indiatimes.com: Autism couldn't impede her flair for music

Indiatimes.com: Autism couldn't impede her flair for music

Twenty-one-year-old Pooja Ramesan recently had her arangettam in classical music in Thrissur. The young girl is, perhaps, the first autistic singer to have accomplished this feat in the State and her parents, Sujatha and V S Ramesan, couldn’t be happier.Their only daughter isn’t communicative enough due to her medical condition,

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Cbc.ca: Seeking meaningful work: program aims to help youths with intellectual disabilities

Cbc.ca: Seeking meaningful work: program aims to help youths with intellectual disabilities

A new program is setting out to help young people with intellectual disabilities and autism find work that is meaningful for them. 

Less than a quarter of Canadians with these kinds of disabilities have jobs, according to Rachelle Hole, associate professor at the University of British Columbia’s School of Social Work and

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Fox4news.com: Fox4ward: Improv and Autism

Fox4news.com: Fox4ward: Improv and Autism

Improv Comedy is one of the bigger challenges, for any performer.  But it turns out, this kind of live performance can be quite beneficial, for people with autism.  In this Fox4ward, Dan Godwin tells us about an unlikely comedy troupe, launched by a local non-profit.  

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Mirror.co.uk: School Trends chaos: Children left WITHOUT uniforms on first day of new term after supplier's …

Mirror.co.uk: School Trends chaos: Children left WITHOUT uniforms on first day of new term after supplier's …

Desperate parents across the UK are furious after a leading supplier of school uniforms failed to deliver in time for the new academic year.

School Trends, which it says on its website is “the supplier of choice to over 5,000 schools and academies across the UK”, blamed a “technical glitch”

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Newagebd.net: Bristy wins Grand Prize depicting autistic son's life

Newagebd.net: Bristy wins Grand Prize depicting autistic son's life

Salma Zakia Bristy poses in front of her award winning installation. — Snigdha Zaman

Salma Zakia Bristy has won Grand Prize at the 18th edition of Asian Art Biennale for her video installation work titled ‘The Superhuman Syndrome’ portraying a strong narrative of her autistic son Aveen’s everyday activities for adapting

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Thesun.co.uk: Mum's anguish after being abused by stranger in Marks & Spencer over her eight-year-old severely …

Thesun.co.uk: Mum's anguish after being abused by stranger in Marks & Spencer over her eight-year-old severely …

A MUM has told of the distressing moment she was approached by a stranger who questioned why her severely autistic son was in a pushchair. 

Sylvia Anna Finnegan was left shaken after being quizzed by a shopper in Marks & Spencer — who accused her of not being “bothered” enough

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Winnfm.com: Autism Centre To Open September 4

Winnfm.com: Autism Centre To Open September 4

Autism Centre To Open September 4 Details Category: Local Published: Monday, 03 September 2018 10:24 Written by Sourced Information Hits: 19

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The federation will soon open its doors to its very first Autism Centre.

The St. Kitts’ Spectrum Services Centre, located at the

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Orissapost.com: Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) may increase depression risk

Orissapost.com: Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) may increase depression risk

People with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) — especially without intellectual disability — may have a greater risk of depression in their young adulthood, a new study, led by an Indian-origin researcher, suggests.

ASD are developmental conditions with difficulties in reciprocal social interaction and restricted and repetitive behaviours and interests.

According

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Clevelandbanner.com: Health Council hears updates on oral care, child advocacy

Clevelandbanner.com: Health Council hears updates on oral care, child advocacy

By COLBY DENTON

A recent gathering of the Bradley County Health Council featured presentations on oral care and child advocacy.

The two guest speakers were Jillian Swafford with Cloudland Dental and Rosalyn Leavell-Rice, a regional program administrator with the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth.

Speaking first was Swafford, who

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Pasoroblesdailynews.com: Community grant awarded to Central Coast Autism Center for teen dances

Pasoroblesdailynews.com: Community grant awarded to Central Coast Autism Center for teen dances

–The Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center has been awarded a grant of $5,000 by The Community Foundation of San Luis Obispo County for their Teen/Young Adult Dance Program.

The dances are held at the Ludwick Community Center throughout the year and also include a planning meeting social event

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