Month: November 2018

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “Why shouldn't we be able to do that once in a while if we want to?”

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “Why shouldn't we be able to do that once in a while if we want to?”

I’m having a good week.  There was a near-meltdown moment that initially devastated, but quickly developed into reaffirming communication and connection with people significant to me.  After taking some time to process the experience, I recognized positive aspects worthy of celebration.  I went from lamenting the challenges of being autistic in a neurotypical world, to strategizing new ways of coping with them in the future, in mere hours.

The speed and clarity of

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Journalstar.com: Attorney for teen with autism facing child porn charge argues police ignored disability

Journalstar.com: Attorney for teen with autism facing child porn charge argues police ignored disability

The attorney for a young man with autism accused of distributing child pornography asked the judge Friday to throw out evidence obtained by Lincoln police because they disregarded his developmental disability.

The state says Jack Eichorst, who was 18 at the time and now is 19, made the choice

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6abc.com: St. Joe's Hagan Arena debuts autism break room for students, kids

6abc.com: St. Joe's Hagan Arena debuts autism break room for students, kids

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) —

When the St. Joe’s Hawks play their rival Villanova on Sunday, the basketball game will feature something new for the emotional well-being of its fans.

The Hagan Arena has a first-of-its-kind autism break room for students, and children with autism.

The room features items like noise-canceling headphones,

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Newsmax.com: Mercury, Autism Link Grows

Newsmax.com: Mercury, Autism Link Grows

Egyptian researchers examined whether increased exposure to mercury was associated with autism in children.

Their study put 100 children in three groups: children with autism (40), healthy controls (40), and healthy siblings of the autistic children (20).

Urinary porphyrins are chemicals produced in the body and excreted in urine that

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Video:Remrovs World of Autism- On my Way to Work – Remrov’s World of Autism #79

Video:Remrovs World of Autism- On my Way to Work – Remrov’s World of Autism #79

In this video I take you on a walk to my work, and I give you an update about how my work is going.

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Theadvocate.com.au: Autistic neurophysiologist launches telehealth service for mental health

Theadvocate.com.au: Autistic neurophysiologist launches telehealth service for mental health

A lifelong fascination with yoga and an autism diagnosis five decades into one’s life may not be the typical traits of a neurophysiologist. But, Phil StEvens is pretty good at defying stereotypes, and by both clinical and societal measures he is, indeed, atypical. The Mooreville resident has lived with his

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Searchlight.vc: US therapists hold clinic for children with Autism and Speech Language Pathology

Searchlight.vc: US therapists hold clinic for children with Autism and Speech Language Pathology

Posted on November 30, 2018

Posted on November 30, 2018

The week of October 29 to November 2 saw the 4th annual follow-up clinic for children with Autism and Speech Language Pathology.

Three visiting therapists from the USA namely Miriam Kerr, a Speech Language Pathologist (funded by the World

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Video:Ryan Trout- I Got A Job

Video:Ryan Trout- I Got A Job

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Video:Ambitious about Autism- Autism Exchange – work opportunities for young people with autism

Video:Ambitious about Autism- Autism Exchange – work opportunities for young people with autism

Ambitious about Autism and the Civil Service have been working together since 2015 to develop the Autism Exchange work experience programme. The programme provides young people (16-25) with autism paid experiences of work with employers who want to develop their talent pool. It also offers careers advice and support before and after their work experience and the support from Ambitious about Autism during the work experience placement.

Visit https://www.ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk/autism-exchange to find out more

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Cornell.edu: Animal behavior expert Temple Grandin's ideas spring from her autism

Cornell.edu: Animal behavior expert Temple Grandin's ideas spring from her autism

Temple Grandin, the prominent author on autism and animal behavior, shared her perspective on animal behavior and livestock husbandry and met with students, faculty and other members of the Cornell community during a visit to campus Nov. 13.

Grandin gave two lectures – the first, on bovine stockmanship, and the

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Vanderbilt.edu: Grandin rejects low expectations, insists workforce critically needs people with autism in Vanderbilt lecture

Vanderbilt.edu: Grandin rejects low expectations, insists workforce critically needs people with autism in Vanderbilt lecture

Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos (left) and Temple Grandin (Joe Howell/Vanderbilt)

Don’t tell Temple Grandin it’s OK that your child with autism spends hours a day playing video games or that he simply can’t decide what he wants to do for a living. Don’t let her hear you ordering dinner for

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Purdue.edu: Experts related to autism

Purdue.edu: Experts related to autism

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Attention on a recent study published in Pediatrics, suggests that parents are reporting a higher incidence of autism spectrum disorder in children than previously reported. Purdue was not involved in the study, but members of the Purdue Autism Cluster are able to discuss specific topics

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