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Tomorrow’s Voices Voted Best Autism Treatment

Tomorrow’s Voices Bermuda has announced that the Autism Early Intervention Centre has been voted “Best Autism Treatment & Prevention Centre – Caribbean” by UK-based Global Health & Pharma Magazine [GHP] as part of their 2017 Social Care Awards. …read more

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Adult Autism Center could be coming to west Austin

AUSTIN (KXAN) — A debate is poised for Tuesday night at City Hall over plans to build an Autism Center for adults in west Austin. The proposed land is 82 acres. The plans divide the River Place subdivision into two parts. Organizers say they would sell … …read more

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EMU Basketball To Wear Special Autism Awareness Uniforms

The Eastern Michigan basketball program will wear some special uniforms for Senior Day — Friday, March 3. This week, the program announced it will be wearing Autism Awareness uniforms for the game against Toledo at Convocation Center. To make the … …read more

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Brain Scans Show Early Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder

For children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), early diagnosis is critical to allow for possible interventions at a time when the brain is most amenable to change. But that’s been tough to implement for a simple reason: the symptoms of ASD, such as … …read more

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Friday, October 2nd: A Grain of Salt

She uses her struggle living with Aspergers Syndrome to educate people about the Autism spectrum and to spread the good word about the importance of protecting marine life. On Fritz Wetherbee’s New Hampshire: Binky and the Pringle Teapot. …read more

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Animated sidekick connects parents to children with autism

As a journalist and author, I’ve spent most of my life writing stories. But now, as an entrepreneur, I find myself in an office building in Harvard Square where my team is writing code. Along with 100 or so pilot users, we are testing a new device to … …read more

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Spring Is Ready to March with Activities: Valley Views

It is the story of Darius McColum, a charming man with Aspergers syndrome and an overwhelming love of trains, buses and subways. He landed in jail 32 times for impersonating New York City bus drivers and subway conductors and driving their routes. …read more

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Aluminum Implicated in Alzheimer’s and Autism

Chris Exley, a professor in bio-Chrisinorganic chemistry based at Keele University, released detailed findings several months ago that aluminum most certainly does cause Alzheimers. The link between Alzheimers and aluminum has existed for a long time … …read more

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New scan could predict autism before a baby’s first birthday

A new scan may allow children at risk of autism to receive help from an early age. Photo: Getty Images A team of researchers from the US say that it may be possible to use magnetic resonance imaging (MRIs) to predict which babies will develop autism. …read more

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