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Patheos.com: Parenting a Child with Autism

Patheos.com: Parenting a Child with Autism

I just came across this quote by NZ theologian Ian Waddington:

As a father, I love all my boys equally, and appreciate their different gifts and abilities, their different characters and natures. I love them all equally, but paradoxically, I love James just that little bit more, just because for

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Voiceonline.com: 'We want Surrey to be a champion for inclusion, where every child feels welcome': Tom Gill

Voiceonline.com: 'We want Surrey to be a champion for inclusion, where every child feels welcome': Tom Gill

Tom GillPhoto: Surrey First

SURREY First mayoral candidate Tom Gill says he wants to expand his city’s efforts to make sure Surrey’s 1,600 children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) feel at home in Surrey’s parks, pools, rinks and community centres. This summer, Surrey introduced “Sensory Friendly Spaces” at public events

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Vietnamnet.vn: Social News 19/9

Vietnamnet.vn: Social News 19/9

Quang Ninh culture week in honours culture of ethnic groups

Performance at the first culture and sports week for ethnic groups held in Quang ninh in 2017 (Photo: qdnd.vn)

The second culture and sports week for ethnic groups, a platform for connecting different ethnic communities in the region, will

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Morgannewspaper.us: Autism Disorder Treatment Market Segmentation, Opportunities, Trends & Future Scope to 2026

Morgannewspaper.us: Autism Disorder Treatment Market Segmentation, Opportunities, Trends & Future Scope to 2026

A New detailed study Titled “Autism Disorder Treatment Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2018–2026” has recently been submitted to the repository of Coherent Market Insights (CMI).

The report offers the most up-to-date industry data on the actual and potential Market situation, segmentation, regional breakdowns

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Pilotonline.com: 2nd Congressional District candidates talk Trump, security

Pilotonline.com: 2nd Congressional District candidates talk Trump, security

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Democratic candidate for Utah’s 2nd Congressional District said she considers “the person in our White House” to be the biggest threat to national security.

Although Shireen Ghorbani did not reference President Donald Trump by name at a Monday debate at Dixie State University in

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Barkinganddagenhampost.co.uk: Dagenham autism charity launches project for pre-school children with communication problems

Barkinganddagenhampost.co.uk: Dagenham autism charity launches project for pre-school children with communication problems

PUBLISHED: 07:00 19 September 2018

Sycamore Trust UK launching the Speak With A Picture project, with patron Dame Margaret Hodge and the deputy mayor of Havering, councillor Michael Deon Burton. Picture: Ken Mears

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A Dagenham charity has launched a programme for pre-school children with communication

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Neatorama.com: Rock Drumming May Help Kids with Autism

Neatorama.com: Rock Drumming May Help Kids with Autism

A new study led by Dr Marcus Smith of the University of Chichester showed that drumming could help children diagnosed with autism learn in school:

Preliminary results showed:

A vast improvement in movement control while playing the drums, including dexterity, rhythm, timing.

Movement control was also enhanced while performing

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Heraldtimesonline.com: Autism supports program at Indiana University would be worthwhile

Heraldtimesonline.com: Autism supports program at Indiana University would be worthwhile

A few weeks ago, I published a column on college support programs for students with autism spectrum disorders. The fact that the disorder now affects 1 in every 59 children has prompted more postsecondary institutions to recognize the need for programming that supports the unique needs of these students.

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News-medical.net: First gut bacteria in newborns may have lasting effect on ability to ward off chronic diseases

News-medical.net: First gut bacteria in newborns may have lasting effect on ability to ward off chronic diseases

New research showing that the first bacteria introduced into the gut have a lasting impact may one day allow science to adjust microbiomes–the one-of-a-kind microbial communities that live in our gastrointestinal tracts–to help ward off serious chronic diseases.

Findings by U of A microbial ecologist Jens Walter and his colleagues

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Watoday.com.au: WA autism program a 'resounding success' as more schools jump on board

Watoday.com.au: WA autism program a 'resounding success' as more schools jump on board

Seven more schools in Western Australia will offer a specialist learning program for students with autism spectrum disorder from 2019.

Students with autism will be able to have a seamless transition from kindergarten through to high school.

Photo: Louise Kennerley

A total of $32 million has been invested in the

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Newshub.co.nz: Autism in women and girls: public and private diagnoses figures tell radically different stories

Newshub.co.nz: Autism in women and girls: public and private diagnoses figures tell radically different stories

Joanne Dacombe was diagnosed with autism at age 48. Photo credit: Supplied

Recent research from the UK shows there may be far higher numbers of undiagnosed autistic women and girls than previously thought, and that females masking autistic traits is a contributing factor.

A medical doctor diagnosing privately in

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