Day: October 11, 2018

Tcpalm.com: Project LOST can help those with Alzheimer's, autism

Tcpalm.com: Project LOST can help those with Alzheimer's, autism

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Capt. Brian Hester, of the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office, discusses Project LOST, an initiative designed to help locate people with special needs who have gone missing. WILL GREENLEE/TCPALM Wochit

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PORT ST. LUCIE — Groups of

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Gazettextra.com: Foundation accepting applications for autism support grants

Gazettextra.com: Foundation accepting applications for autism support grants

WALWORTH COUNTY

The Mercyhealth Development Foundation is accepting grant applications for its Autism Support Fund.

The fund provides financial support to families living with or caring for children with autism.

Walworth County families living with or caring for children with autism are eligible to apply. Each applicant must provide a

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Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “Leo, I don't care for your demeanor.”

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “Leo, I don't care for your demeanor.”

I mentioned in comments recently how Sheryl Crow is teaching me how to communicate with people from a more productive place.  Her song, Halfway There on her Be Myself album is my anthem for the lesson.  (It’s also a great song.)  Music is the most effective way to teach me something.  I feel like I’ve already made good progress.  Now, when communicating, instead of only thinking about presenting my viewpoint, I also think

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News-medical.net: Growth of early brain circuits may help predict child's intelligence and emotional health

News-medical.net: Growth of early brain circuits may help predict child's intelligence and emotional health

Growth rates of brain circuits in infancy may help experts predict what a child’s intelligence and emotional health could be when the child turns 4, a new study has found. Along with prior research, these findings could help future physicians identify cognitive and behavioral challenges in the first months and

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