Day: September 13, 2018

Scienceandtechnologyresearchnews.com: Family Genetics Vital for Understanding Autism Progression

Scienceandtechnologyresearchnews.com: Family Genetics Vital for Understanding Autism Progression

Clinical variability of disease-associated mutations can be explained by other variants in the genetic background. Image: Girirajan Lab, Penn State

Whether an individual develops a neurodevelopmental disorder like autism or ADHD, and the severity of that disorder,  depends on genetic changes beyond a single supposedly disease-causing mutation. A new study led

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Healthnutnews.com: Florida couple who painted their house as a beacon for son with autism wins battle with city

Healthnutnews.com: Florida couple who painted their house as a beacon for son with autism wins battle with city

After a year-long battle, Mount Dora residents Nancy Nemhauser and Lubomir Jastrzebski, who painted their entire home to look like Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night have won the right to keep the mural intact.

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You see, the Florida couple has an adult son with autism and Van Gogh’s painting “acts as

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Newswire.com: Children's Museum of Houston Designated a Certified Autism Center

Newswire.com: Children's Museum of Houston Designated a Certified Autism Center

Press Release – updated: Sep 13, 2018 08:40 EDT

HOUSTON, September 13, 2018 (Newswire.com) – ​Parents with children on the autism spectrum or individuals with sensory sensitivities often find choosing destinations and attractions to visit a challenge – The Children’s Museum of Houston is working to ensure this is

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Video:Purple Ella- Autism AND Politeness| Purple Ella – Autism In Company

Video:Purple Ella- Autism AND Politeness| Purple Ella – Autism In Company

Autism and politeness. In this months Autism In Company Ros and I are talking about politeness. More below.

The Asperkids Secret Book Of Social Rules – Jennifer Cook O Toole – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Asperkids-Secret-Book-Social-Rules/dp/1849059152/ref=la_B0083YIT0I_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1536832640&sr=1-1

Etiquette website Debrett’s – https://www.debretts.com

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Cbc.ca: Man with autism spends 8 days in Calgary ER — mostly in isolation — but never admitted

Cbc.ca: Man with autism spends 8 days in Calgary ER — mostly in isolation — but never admitted

Harold Lovell spent a week in an isolated room at a Calgary hospital emergency department — without a toothbrush or a change of clothes — waiting for a bed to receive mental health treatment.

He didn’t get it.

The 22-year-old man with autism had turned himself in to authorities when he was

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Globaltimes.cn: Metropolis hosts forum on autism research

Globaltimes.cn: Metropolis hosts forum on autism research

Most people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) aged between 19 and 44 can not live independently, psychological expert Guo Yanqing said at the First Shanghai International Forum on Autism Research Thursday.

The forum, co-organized by Shanghai Charity Foundation, Shanghai Disabled Person’s Foundation and Shanghai Children’s Foundation, was held to discuss ways

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Spectrumnews.org: Loss of large proteins underlies fragile X syndrome, study says

Spectrumnews.org: Loss of large proteins underlies fragile X syndrome, study says

Egg-cellent models: Protein production in fruit fly eggs is similar to that in neurons.

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The protein missing in fragile X syndrome, FMRP, facilitates the production of hundreds of unusually large proteins, some of which are linked to autism, a new study suggests1.

And the loss of these large

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Thewest.com.au: Reaching their full potential

Thewest.com.au: Reaching their full potential

When someone has a guide dog or a hearing aid, it reminds the people around them to adjust their communication style.

But what if there are no clear visual clues? Instead the person may have social difficulties, which is one of the symptoms of autism spectrum conditions.

“Autism spectrum conditions,

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Ourmarketresearch.com: Global Autism Spectrum Disorder Industry Report on and United States Market Overview, Size …

Ourmarketresearch.com: Global Autism Spectrum Disorder Industry Report on and United States Market Overview, Size …

The Autism Spectrum Disorder Industry Report on and United States Market report provides a clear view of the market along with the growth rate and the future market prospect. Further the report covers market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge and risks which Is very useful from business point of

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Disabilitysupportguide.com.au: Screening tool to help nurses diagnose autism earlier

Disabilitysupportguide.com.au: Screening tool to help nurses diagnose autism earlier

Children aged up to three years will be monitored during their routine health checks at 12, 18 and 24 months old in order to improve long-term outcomes [Source: Shutterstock]

Thirteen years of intensive research and evaluation has paid off for the team at La Trobe University’s Olga Tennison Autism Research

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