Day: Jan 18, 2019

Blog:Spectrum Women- How Meditation Has Helped Me by Anlor Davin

Blog:Spectrum Women- How Meditation Has Helped Me by Anlor Davin

First of all, I want to state that I am privileged and my basic survival needs are covered. Nowadays, and for the past ten years or so, I can make ends meet.  I am, by the standards of most “civilized countries” (not in all domains…), rather poor.  I am disabled, often invisibly, due to my autism. I live with my partner in a one bedroom rented apartment; we do not have a car, and I

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Wcnc.com: School bus driver charged with assault on student with autism

Wcnc.com: School bus driver charged with assault on student with autism

SALISBURY, N.C. — A school bus driver was charged with assault on a child in Salisbury, according to police.

Investigators said the principal at Overton Elementary contacted police about the incident on the bus involving a 7-year-old student who has autism.

After talking to a witness and reviewing surveillance video,

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Sportsnet.ca: Canucks Autism Network PRO-AM

Sportsnet.ca: Canucks Autism Network PRO-AM

Sportsnet 650 presents the CANUCKS AUTISM NETWORK PRO-AM

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The 2019 CAN Pro-Am Hockey Tournament gives amateur players an exclusive opportunity to compete alongside NHL Alumni. Themed as “The Best of BC”,

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Amppob.com: UAMS Autism Program Receives Over $2 Million in Federal Funding

Amppob.com: UAMS Autism Program Receives Over $2 Million in Federal Funding

The Arkansas Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (AR ADDM) Program of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) recently was awarded a four-year grant of $2.17 million by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Arkansas monitoring program tracks the number and characteristics of 8-year-olds with autism

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