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Medindia.net: May Institute, Leading Autism Services Provider in U.S., Signs a Memorandum of Understanding with UAE-based Manazel Real Estate

Medindia.net: May Institute, Leading Autism Services Provider in U.S., Signs a Memorandum of Understanding with UAE-based Manazel Real Estate

RANDOLPH, Mass., Dec. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — May Institute, a national nonprofit organization that serves individuals

across the lifespan with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other special needs, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Manazel Real Estate PJSC (“Manazel”) to explore the need for and feasibility of developing

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4-traders.com: May Institute :, Leading Autism Services Provider in U.S., Signs a Memorandum of Understanding with UAE-based Manazel Real Estate

4-traders.com: May Institute :, Leading Autism Services Provider in U.S., Signs a Memorandum of Understanding with UAE-based Manazel Real Estate

RANDOLPH, Mass., Dec. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — May Institute, a national nonprofit organization that serves individuals across the lifespan with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other special needs, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Manazel Real Estate PJSC (“Manazel”) to explore the need for and feasibility of developing

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Newsshopper.co.uk: Little Blue Cups campaign helping children with special needs, autism and disabilities

Newsshopper.co.uk: Little Blue Cups campaign helping children with special needs, autism and disabilities

A dedicated group have spent the last year searching for the smallest of items that mean the world to special young people.

The Little Blue Cup movement began in November 2016 when Marc Carter, from Devon, desperately needed a specific blue cup for his autistic son who would not drink

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Scribol.com: After Months Of Research, Neuroscientists Now Claim To Have Found The Underlying Cause Of Autism

Scribol.com: After Months Of Research, Neuroscientists Now Claim To Have Found The Underlying Cause Of Autism

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These days, nearly everyone is familiar with autism. Movies like Rain Man, books such as The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime and celebrity spokespeople like Temple Grandin have all contributed to our understanding of the disorder. Unfortunately, what we don’t have yet is

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Daytoncitypaper.com: Speaking up and turning down

Daytoncitypaper.com: Speaking up and turning down

Sensory Sensitive Sundays mindful of autism and other needs

Various businesses and organizations provide stimulation-conscious environments for children with disabilities such as autism.

By Tim Smith

Autism Spectrum Disorder has received more national attention lately, thanks to organizations like the Center for Autism and Related Disorders and Autism Speaks. They

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Politifact.com: No, the FDA didn't hide information linking vaccine to autism

Politifact.com: No, the FDA didn't hide information linking vaccine to autism

The federal government tried to hide that a common vaccine given to children causes autism, according to a misleading viral story on Facebook.

“Now it’s official: FDA announced that vaccines are causing autism,” stated a headline on truthcommand.com.

The story stated: “For years, fears over vaccines and the onset of

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Msn.com: Chicago man's success shows college dreams within reach for more people with autism

Msn.com: Chicago man's success shows college dreams within reach for more people with autism

© Phil Velasquez/Chicago Tribune/TNS Paris King, 23, who is on the autism spectrum, loved learning and he and his parents saw no reason why he shouldn’t continue to do so after high school. But during the four years King spent earning his bachelor’s degree in history at Roosevelt University,

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Buckinghamtoday.co.uk: CAMPAIGN: Can you help Buckingham charity Clearly Speaking?

Buckinghamtoday.co.uk: CAMPAIGN: Can you help Buckingham charity Clearly Speaking?

One of the town’s greatest assets for disabled young people, Clearly Speaking, have had their toughest year yet. “These last twelve months have been the worst, it’s been the hardest year and I’ve been doing this for over two decades now.” explains Janet Nicks, the charities project director and

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Redonline.co.uk: 6 myths about autism that need busting

Redonline.co.uk: 6 myths about autism that need busting

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Autism affects around 700,000 people in the UK…that’s one in every 100 people. The term ‘autism’ refers to a spectrum of syndromes and includes classic autism, Asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism, meaning it varies substantially from person to person. But for such a

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Independent.com.mt: Determined and enthusiastic, despite obstacles autism brings with it

Independent.com.mt: Determined and enthusiastic, despite obstacles autism brings with it

To mark the International Day of Persons with a Disability earlier this month, The Malta Independent on Sunday met up with Jonathan Borg, a 29-year-old man with autism – on the high-functioning side of the spectrum.

Jonathan greeted me with a lovely smile and a warm, enthusiastic, confident welcome. Autism

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Poughkeepsiejournal.com: Siblings of people with special needs offer unique perspective

Poughkeepsiejournal.com: Siblings of people with special needs offer unique perspective

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A view of Anderson Center for Autism’s 2017 graduation. Alex H. Wagner/Poughkeepsie Journal

Patrick Paul(Photo: Courtesy photo)

As we all prepare for holiday festivities, the spirit of goodwill in the air is palpable. Volunteers sing carols for people in nursing homes, community members organize food drives, and

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Express.co.uk: Harry Redknapp: Football should be autism-friendly and open to everyone

Express.co.uk: Harry Redknapp: Football should be autism-friendly and open to everyone

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Harry Redknapp wants football to be autism-friendly

Some of Harry Redknapp’s happiest childhood memories revolve around going to the football with his father.

His very first game was at Millwall – the 1956 Kent County Cup final against Charlton – which for a lad from West Ham

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Nydailynews.com: Autistic boy vanishes from Harlem school and is found blocks away

Nydailynews.com: Autistic boy vanishes from Harlem school and is found blocks away

A nonverbal autistic boy wandered away from his Harlem school Monday and walked several blocks before a cabbie spotted him and called police, the child’s outraged father told the Daily News.

Paris Washington, 5, was playing outside during his 10:30 a.m. lunch break at the Mosaic Preparatory Academy on E. 111st

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Psychcentral.com: Short Autism Screening Quiz

Psychcentral.com: Short Autism Screening Quiz

Use this quiz to help you determine if you might need to see a mental health professional for diagnosis and treatment of autism or Asperger’s.

Instructions: This is a screening measure to help you determine whether you might have an autism spectrum disorder that needs professional attention. This screening

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