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Benzinga.com: The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Leader in Adult Autism Award Will Be Presented To Rising …

A breakout session on autism entrepreneurship will be sponsored by The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation at the Conference

CHARLESTON, S.C. (PRWEB) June 20, 2017

John D’Eri, CEO of Rising Tide Car Wash, will accept the 2017 Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Leader in Adult Autism Award during the Autism Society of

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Dayafterindia.com: Changing diet may treat autism

Altering the make-up of bacteria in the gut through diet, pro-and prebiotic supplements, faecal matter transplants or antibiotics might reduce the symptoms of autism, suggests new research.

The findings, published in the journal Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, are based on a review of more than 150 papers on Autism Spectrum

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Medicalnewstoday.com: Researchers explore why those with autism avoid eye contact

Imaging studies reveal overactivation of subcortical brain structures in response to direct gaze.

Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often find it difficult to look others in the eyes. This avoidance has typically been interpreted as a sign of social and personal indifference, but reports from people with autism suggests

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Heraldstaronline.com: Walk helped youth with autism to communicate

Heraldstaronline.com: Walk helped youth with autism to communicate

ENTERTAINING WALKERS — Ryan Polgar of Follansbee sang “Country Roads” with the help of Follansbee Middle School teachers Roberta Alvarez and Vanessa DeCesare during the second walk to benefit Ryan’s Hope of Prayer and Healing for Autism held recently at the school’s athletic track. — Contributed

FOLLANSBEE — By taking laps

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Ibtimes.com: Netflix Breaks Barriers With Autism Comedy 'Atypical'; Premiere Date Announced [WATCH]

Ibtimes.com: Netflix Breaks Barriers With Autism Comedy 'Atypical'; Premiere Date Announced [WATCH]

Netflix will be releasing its first autism-centered series, “Atypical,” on Aug. 11.

According to Entertainment Weekly, “Atypical” will follow the life of a teenage boy named Sam Gardner (Keir Gilchrist), who also falls on the autism spectrum. But despite his condition, Sam is just like any other high school student.

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Joplinglobe.com: Special education consortium to add autism program in Carthage

CARTHAGE, Mo. — A network of local school districts that banded together more than a decade ago to provide specialized services to emotionally disturbed children is poised to do the same thing for students with severe autism.

The Carthage School Board on Monday night approved a modified agreement with the

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Screenrant.com: Netflix's Autism Comedy Atypical Gets Release Date & First Clip

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Netflix’s new comedy, Atypical, now has a release date and its first clip. The show stars United States of Tara alum Keir Gilchrist as Sam, an autistic 18-year-old who decides it’s time to go on a date, find a girlfriend, and hopefully gain some independence. In turn, his entire family must grapple with

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Mommyish.com: New Study Suggests Fevers During Pregnancy Heighten Autism Risk

Mommyish.com: New Study Suggests Fevers During Pregnancy Heighten Autism Risk

Autism continues to be a condition that the medical community struggles to understand. While there have been fallacious arguments made over things like vaccines causing it, we’re still not any closer to understanding why it occurs, or how to prevent it. But some doctors and researchers are continuing to study

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Kfyrtv.com: Community Member opens inclusive preschool for autistic children

Kfyrtv.com: Community Member opens inclusive preschool for autistic children

MINOT, N.D. – A recent North Dakota Department of health report suggests that parents of autistic children first start noticing the symptoms at around the age of two when preschool starts. One mother is working to make preschool for autistic children less challenging by offering an alternative school.

Autism is

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Ew.com: Teen with autism is ready for love in first clip from Netflix's Atypical

Ew.com: Teen with autism is ready for love in first clip from Netflix's Atypical

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Netflix’s new series Atypical is looking to put a different spin on the coming-of-age comedy, but anyone who has experienced a moment (or more) of teenage anxiety can probably relate to the show’s protagonist.

Premiering Aug. 11, Atypical stars Keir Gilchrist as Sam Gardner, a high school senior on the autism

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