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Nationmultimedia.com: Northeastern mental-health clubs help children with special needs

Nationmultimedia.com: Northeastern mental-health clubs help children with special needs

These provinces are Udon Thani, Loei, Nong Bua Lamphu, Sakon Nakhon, Nong Khai, Beung Kan and Nakhon Phanom.

“Many parents think that, because of their bad deeds from the past, they are punished by having children with disabilities,” Mental Health Department’s director-general Sqn Ldr Dr Boonruang Triruangworawat said during a

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Courant.com: Good Day Sunshine

Courant.com: Good Day Sunshine

The sun’s out, so go out and play.

If you’re like me, you probably heard this admonishment more than once from your mother or a friend’s mom while growing up. Yet despite how annoying the advice may have seemed when a favorite television show felt like a better option,

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Theyoungfolks.com: What Atypical Gets Right (and Very Wrong) About Living with Autism

Theyoungfolks.com: What Atypical Gets Right (and Very Wrong) About Living with Autism

I have Asperger’s Syndrome.

This is crucial to my character, but it’s not something that defines me. My personality isn’t merely specified by being on the spectrum. Though my brain operates differently and my thought process might be alien to yours, I’m not merely a man with Asperger’s Syndrome. Not

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Channelnewsasia.com: No hurdle insurmountable for intellectually-disabled ASEAN Para Games bowler Mohamed Rausyan

Channelnewsasia.com: No hurdle insurmountable for intellectually-disabled ASEAN Para Games bowler Mohamed Rausyan

SINGAPORE: Picking up his bowling ball from the conveyor rack, Para Games bowler Mohamad Rausyan was a picture of full concentration as he measured his movements with a gait similar to an able-bodied kegler.

Approaching his lane with the razor focus of a pilot about to land a Boeing 787,

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Southportvisiter.co.uk: Asda launches new scheme to make shopping less stressful for children with autism

Southportvisiter.co.uk: Asda launches new scheme to make shopping less stressful for children with autism

Supermarket chain Asda has launched a new scheme to make shopping less stressful when shopping.

Shoppers visiting 300 Asda stores, including the Southport branch on Central 12, can collect Little Helpers Shopping lists to use while going round the store.

The colourful list shows a range of shopping choices such

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Hulldailymail.co.uk: The Hull nurses raising cash for Daniel, 8, who is unable to speak

Hulldailymail.co.uk: The Hull nurses raising cash for Daniel, 8, who is unable to speak

Three Hull nurses will tackle a half marathon to raise money for a poorly boy with severe autism.

Daniel Teal, eight, can’t speak and suffers from Global Developmental Delay (GDD) meaning it takes him longer than other children to learn basic skills.

Because of his condition, the youngster, who also

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Hulldailymail.co.uk: The moving reason why this Hull boy is the eyes and ears for his old brother

Hulldailymail.co.uk: The moving reason why this Hull boy is the eyes and ears for his old brother

There’s little more special than the bond between brothers. But for Charlie and Jack Lilley, there is an even greater meaning to brotherly love.

Jack, 11, is the eyes and ears for his older brother, Charlie, whose life is ruled by autism hypermobility dyspraxia.

It means the 13-year-old has no

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Bedfordshire-news.co.uk: Bedford dad pushing for better business understanding of the autism spectrum

Bedfordshire-news.co.uk: Bedford dad pushing for better business understanding of the autism spectrum

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A FATHER has taken his passion for equality – inspired by his autistic son and questions about his own character – to one of the

biggest fast food restaurants in the world to help make a change in society.

Adrian Edwards, from Bedford, has volunteered for autism organisations

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