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Kellysthoughtsonthings.com: Incredible Autism App That Focuses On Teaching Daily Living Skills

Kellysthoughtsonthings.com: Incredible Autism App That Focuses On Teaching Daily Living Skills

Life is full of challenges, and there are kids out there who have to face those challenges. A developmental disorder known as autism will always be an important matter. Parents whose kids are born with autism knows that their child will live a challenging life. As a parent, it’s important to

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Themighty.com: 4 Ways Christmas Affects Me and My Autism

Themighty.com: 4 Ways Christmas Affects Me and My Autism

Christmas. Sparkling lights, late nights, lots of festive atmosphere, drinking, eating and being merry. For many people, it’s bliss. For me, as someone with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), it’s anything but. People who loves Christmas don’t always understand why another person might not. I’m that person who often gets looked

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Washingtonpost.com: 4 common myths about vaccines

Washingtonpost.com: 4 common myths about vaccines

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Over the years, vaccinations that help protect children from infectious diseases such as measles and mumps have saved hundreds of thousands of lives in the United States and prevented millions of hospitalizations, according to the

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Hollandsentinel.com: Center meets growing need to serve children with autism

Hollandsentinel.com: Center meets growing need to serve children with autism

Lori. Timmer @hollandsentinel.com,(616) 546-4262 @SentinelLori

The ribbon cutting ceremony has been held and Hope Network’s new center to serve children with autism in Holland is now ready to help.

The Hope Network Center for Autism has made its home at 11172 Adams St., in the former Deanna’s Playhouse space on

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Walesonline.co.uk: Man with cerebral palsy, autism and a brain tumour reunited with missing shoes after heart felt …

Walesonline.co.uk: Man with cerebral palsy, autism and a brain tumour reunited with missing shoes after heart felt …

A man with cerebral palsy, learning difficulties, autism and a brain tumour has been reunited with his specially designed shoes after they were found in a cafe.

Jonathan Lesley, 21, from Barry relied on his £200 Pedro boots to help him walk and accommodate his leg splints.

But they went

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Nytimes.com: What's on TV Saturday: 'Night of Too Many Stars' and 'Cold Blooded'

Nytimes.com: What's on TV Saturday: 'Night of Too Many Stars' and 'Cold Blooded'

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Jon Stewart hosts a star-studded fund-raiser. And a documentary on SundanceTV revisits murders made famous by Truman Capote.

What’s on TV

NIGHT OF TOO MANY STARS 8 p.m. on HBO. Jon Stewart and Robert Smigel’s show raises money for the nonprofit Next for Autism. The roster includes Stephen Colbert, Adam Sandler, Chris

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Banburyguardian.co.uk: Aspergers support group in Middleton Cheney needs votes for PS25000 sensory room

Banburyguardian.co.uk: Aspergers support group in Middleton Cheney needs votes for PS25000 sensory room

A support group for parents with children with Aspergers in Middleton Cheney is appealing to Banbury Guardian readers to vote to help it win up to £25,000 for a state-of-the-art ‘digital zone’.

Parents Talking Aspergers (PTA) has been given approval by Aviva Community Fund to apply for the grant.

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Patienttalk.org: Here's the Latest Research on Autism Spectrum Disorder and Depression

Patienttalk.org: Here's the Latest Research on Autism Spectrum Disorder and Depression

Depression and chronic pain

A man got very excited when he came upon the poster detailing Heather Garman’s study at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in Washington, D.C. That’s because he had autism spectrum disorder and co-occurring depression – the type of patient Garman, a PhD candidate in the

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Freepressjournal.in: Google Glass returns from the dead as tool to help kids with autism

Freepressjournal.in: Google Glass returns from the dead as tool to help kids with autism

— By IANS | Nov 18, 2017 12:57 pm

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New York, Those who declared Google Glass a failure perhaps spoke too soon as it is now resurfacing as a tool to help children with autism improve their social skills. A Cambridge, Massachusetts-headquartered company has developed a system for autism

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Rdrnews.com: Autism Society helps children on the spectrum be active in their society

Rdrnews.com: Autism Society helps children on the spectrum be active in their society

The New Mexico Autism Society works with families who have autistic members, to help them better integrate their loved one into society and improve the quality of their life. Divina Villaraza is shown here making bubbles with her daughter Liana who is on the spectrum. (Submitted Photo)

Krista Smith is Roswell’s

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Westfargopioneer.com: North Dakota autism task force to meet Monday

Westfargopioneer.com: North Dakota autism task force to meet Monday

Advocates, parents and interested individuals can take part in the video conference in the Random Room at Southeast Human Service Center, 2624 9th Ave. S., Fargo.

The meeting will discuss the task force’s ongoing planning and review of services for people with autism spectrum disorders and their families. The meeting

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