Day: September 9, 2018

Theadvocate.com.au: A Port Sorell family has an alternative approach to autism

Theadvocate.com.au: A Port Sorell family has an alternative approach to autism

An American program is helping a Port Sorell family manage their son’s autism. 

Kylie Courtney-Wylie’s son Jackson Wylie was diagnosed with autism before he turned two but an American program called Son-Rise has helped Jackson’s family manage his autism.

Mrs Wylie said she noticed at six months of age that Jackson

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Entertainmentdaily.co.uk: Christine McGuinness shares rare pic of daughter Felicity on birthday

Entertainmentdaily.co.uk: Christine McGuinness shares rare pic of daughter Felicity on birthday

Christine McGuinness took to Instagram to celebrate the 2nd birthday of her youngest daughter Felicity – posting some rare photos of the toddler.

The first shot in the collection shows Felicity looking every inch the birthday girl in a white tutu, with a luminous bow in her hair.

Christine posted

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Spaldingtoday.co.uk: Combine and create!

Spaldingtoday.co.uk: Combine and create!

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Hi again! It’s Callum Brazzo, autistic performance poet, community collaborator and author of Autistic Lincs!

Earlier this year, I was part of the inaugural Going Forward Music Festival and we are already fundraising for 2019 (the link to help us is at the end of this

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Manchestereveningnews.co.uk: Thugs tried to break into a charity shop for autistic children – and it's the FIFTH incident in a year

Manchestereveningnews.co.uk: Thugs tried to break into a charity shop for autistic children – and it's the FIFTH incident in a year

Volunteers at a disability charity in Bury were left ‘devastated’ after yobs tried to smash into their centre.

Staff at Buddy’s for Children With Autism on The Rock arrived on Wednesday morning to find broken glass strewn across the street after hooligans tried to break in.

Founder Jane Lords said

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Thecourierexpress.com: Project Lifesaver helping to keep loved ones safe

Thecourierexpress.com: Project Lifesaver helping to keep loved ones safe

Elk County emergency responders are using bracelets equipped with transmitters to locate missing persons with disabilities.

According to Sheila Mazzaferro, assistive technology coordinator for Life and Independence for Today (LIFT), individuals with cognitive disabilities caused by Alzheimer’s disease, autism, dementia, Down syndrome and traumatic brain injury have a tendency

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Seacoastonline.com: Go & Do

Seacoastonline.com: Go & Do

Birchtree Fall Fair Sept. 15

Gifts, clothing, jewelry, crafts, food, raffles and more will be available for purchase at the admission-free Birchtree Fall Fair on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Birchtree Center in Newington. Birchtree is located in the heart of Newington’s shopping district

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Worldofbuzz.com: Professor: Women Who Wear Jeans Will Give Birth To Transgender And Autistic Children

Worldofbuzz.com: Professor: Women Who Wear Jeans Will Give Birth To Transgender And Autistic Children

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Ladies, looks like you need to throw away those jeans because a professor in Kerala, India, might have discovered that the root cause of transgenders and autistic children is your tight, male-inspired denim wear. Say what?!

Rajith Kumar, who

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Timesnownews.com: Genetics play vital role in neurodevelopment disorders

Timesnownews.com: Genetics play vital role in neurodevelopment disorders

Individuals with one of the primary mutations who expressed clinical features had significantly more mutations in the genetic background than their parents or siblings who did not express clinical features.

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Washington DC: When an individual develops a neurodevelopment disorder like autism, the severity of that

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Newsok.com: Nonprofit notes, Sept. 9

Newsok.com: Nonprofit notes, Sept. 9

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The Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots, a long-established local nonprofit, is hosting a Hangar Dance from 6 to 10 p.m. Sept. 29 at Sundance Airport in Canadian County. [The Oklahoman Archives]

Hangar Dance to benefit pilot museum

The Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots, a long-established local nonprofit,

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Journalstar.com: Bryan Physician Network welcomes Dr. Wittry

Journalstar.com: Bryan Physician Network welcomes Dr. Wittry

Matthew Wittry, DO, child and adolescent psychiatrist, has joined Bryan Heartland Psychiatry, part of the Bryan Physician Network.

Dr. Wittry works with children, adolescents and their families. He provides evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. This includes medication management and coordination of care with other therapies to help youth and families in

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Sunderlandecho.com: New Sunderland Special Free School for Autism will tackle shortage of places

Sunderlandecho.com: New Sunderland Special Free School for Autism will tackle shortage of places

Education chiefs have announced the preferred new provider for a free school for youngsters with autism.

Sunderland City Council and the Department for Education have confirmed their preferred partner to deliver the new Sunderland Special Free School for Autism will be PROSPER Learning Trust.

PROSPER submitted an application in

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