Day: October 18, 2018

Turnto10.com: RI mother of child with autism eager to learn about medical marijuana as treatment

Turnto10.com: RI mother of child with autism eager to learn about medical marijuana as treatment

by MICHELLE SAN MIGUEL, NBC 10 NEWS

NORTH PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WJAR) — 

The Rhode Island Department of Health has added autism to its list of conditions that can be treated with medical marijuana.

State health officials said medical marijuana treatment has not been cleared for all those with autism.

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Econotimes.com: New autism guidelines aim to improve diagnostics and access to services

Econotimes.com: New autism guidelines aim to improve diagnostics and access to services

New Australian autism guidelines, released today, aim to provide a nationally consistent and rigorous standard for how children and adults are assessed and diagnosed with autism, bringing to an end the different processes that currently exist across the country.

There is no established biological marker for all people on the

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Yen.com.gh: 12-year-old girl with autism Yacoba stuns as she models on her birthday (Photos)

Yen.com.gh: 12-year-old girl with autism Yacoba stuns as she models on her birthday (Photos)

For most children with autism in Ghana, their lives are confined to the indoors of their homes and those who go out are carefully monitored.

But a little girl with this condition seems to be charting a path which could be described as uncharacteristic of those with the disorder.

12-year-old Yacoba

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Inquirer.net: Seminar-workshop on Behavioral Management of Autism set

Inquirer.net: Seminar-workshop on Behavioral Management of Autism set

MELTDOWNS and aggressive behaviors often occur with individuals with autism. This is a way for them to communicate something that is personally distressing.

Parents, teachers, caregivers, and anyone who interacts with the individuals with autism should know how to respond to these events and help them through a tough

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