Day: September 6, 2018

Video:Autism Family- Autism Meltdown + Panic Attack

Video:Autism Family- Autism Meltdown + Panic Attack

Autism meltdowns are challenging on their own. Poor Ian had a panic attack on top of his meltdown so we show how we dealt with his troubles. There are more methods beyond what is shown in this video, including CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), so please continue to do research. Thanks for spreading education about autism.

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Usfinancialnewstoday.com: Readers' Favorite recognizes “The Un-Prescription for Autism” by Janet Lintala in its annual international book award contest

Usfinancialnewstoday.com: Readers' Favorite recognizes “The Un-Prescription for Autism” by Janet Lintala in its annual international book award contest

September 05 22:47 2018

Readers’ Favorite recognizes “The Un-Prescription for Autism” by Janet Lintala in its annual international book award contest, currently available at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0814436633.

The Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Contest featured thousands of contestants from over a dozen countries, ranging from new independent authors to NYT best-sellers

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Laist.com: LA County Is Giving Away Bracelets To Help You Keep Tabs On Loved Ones With Dementia Or Autism

Laist.com: LA County Is Giving Away Bracelets To Help You Keep Tabs On Loved Ones With Dementia Or Autism

L.A. County’s new bracelet will be trackable by radio frequency technology. (Photo courtesy of Henry Salazar/LA County)

If you know someone with dementia or autism, you know there’s always a risk they may wander off and get lost.

A new program that launched in Los Angeles County Wednesday aims to

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Thenewsherald.com: Hundreds expected to step up for Magical Mile Walk in Woodhaven Saturday for autism

Thenewsherald.com: Hundreds expected to step up for Magical Mile Walk in Woodhaven Saturday for autism

It’s not possible to walk a mile in the shoes of someone with autism, but it is possible to take strides to participate in the Magical Mile Walk to bring awareness to their struggles.

Mimi’s Mission, along with the Woodhaven Community Center, will host the annual event from 10 a.m.

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Clickondetroit.com: Macomb County teacher charged with kicking, slapping, demeaning students with autism

Clickondetroit.com: Macomb County teacher charged with kicking, slapping, demeaning students with autism

SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Parents of Shelby Township students with autism heard excruciating details Wednesday in court about a teacher who allegedly abused their children.

Teacher Brittany Stevens is accused of kicking, slapping and demeaning the children. She’s facing 10 counts of child abuse as the case heads to trial.

“I

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