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Patienttalk.org: 10-Year-Old Boy with Autism Restrained, Handcuffed by School Resource Officer – What do you think of this story?

Patienttalk.org: 10-Year-Old Boy with Autism Restrained, Handcuffed by School Resource Officer – What do you think of this story?

A 10-year-old boy with autism received marks and bruises on his body after being repeatedly restrained and handcuffed by a school resource officer in an incident caught on camera.

Emily Brown, the boy’s mother, is calling for an independent investigation.

The situation happened last April at Lee Elementary School

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Patienttalk.org: Autism and homelessness – Many people with autism could be homeless – what is your view on this new research>

Patienttalk.org: Autism and homelessness – Many people with autism could be homeless – what is your view on this new research>

Autism and homelessness

From the NAS website

The first peer-reviewed study into autism and homelessness has been published, in the journal Autism.

The researchers* found evidence suggesting that autistic adults are over-represented among the homeless population. They have called for more research to understand the links between autism and homelessness, to help prevent

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Patienttalk.org: Autism: A Curious Case of the Human Mind (Feature Documentary)

Patienttalk.org: Autism: A Curious Case of the Human Mind (Feature Documentary)

An award-winning documentary exploring a brother’s curiosity of the neurological condition of autism.

Synopsis: Tom wants to learn about the neurological condition that his little brother, Owen, was diagnosed with as a child – autism. By the piecing together of home videos and interviews with people both on and

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Patienttalk.org: Learning how to read emotions – how one nine year old on the autism spectrum did it

Patienttalk.org: Learning how to read emotions – how one nine year old on the autism spectrum did it

Nine-year-old Alex Cullenbine was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at six years old – but his mum, Donji, said she knew from 18 months that something was different.

He avoided making eye contact, was slow to develop speech and was overly sensitive to sounds.

Since his diagnosis, he had

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Patienttalk.org: Think Autism strategy governance refresh – if anyone understand this could you let me know please.

Patienttalk.org: Think Autism strategy governance refresh – if anyone understand this could you let me know please.

Think Autism strategy governance refresh

The Autism Act (2009) places a duty on the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care to publish a strategy for meeting the needs of autistic adults in England, and to review it from time to time. England’s first Adult Autism Strategy, Fulfilling

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Patienttalk.org: Kansas mom warns of hot temperatures after teen son with autism dies of heat exhaustion

Patienttalk.org: Kansas mom warns of hot temperatures after teen son with autism dies of heat exhaustion

A teenage boy with autism in Lawrence, Kansas died last week from heat exhaustion, his mother said. Now, she’s warning others about the dangers of the scorching summer temperatures. “He found so much joy in the small things. He had such a big smile,” Rachel Mikel told Fox News about

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Patienttalk.org: Wings for Autism(r) -A brilliant way for helping kids on the autism

Patienttalk.org: Wings for Autism(r) -A brilliant way for helping kids on the autism

Wings for Autism® Wings for Autism® – What they did at Asheville Airport

We want to help make air travel accessible to our friends and neighbors with autism spectrum disorders. We shared some #airportlove the evening before Valentine’s Day in 2018, for our 3rd annual Wings for Autism® event. We invited families and

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Patienttalk.org: ADHD and Autism – check out the latest research

Patienttalk.org: ADHD and Autism – check out the latest research

ADHD and autism

The purpose of this review is to provide an overview of the research on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Topics explored are the prevalence of AD/HD, the importance of studying AD/HD, as well as the questionnaire measures used to measure AD/HD

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Patienttalk.org: Are there Autism Facial features? Check out the video to find out. (AutismTalk is very very sceptical)

Patienttalk.org: Are there Autism Facial features? Check out the video to find out. (AutismTalk is very very sceptical)

Are there Autism Facial features? Check out the video to find out

ARe there aspergers facial characteristics my experiene being someone with autism, and seeing many people with autism I have seen one big simmilarity in many of the faces of people I know who have autism, so autism facial

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Patienttalk.org: In Autism, the Importance of the Gut Behavior problems may be explained by serotonin and bacteria in the bowels.

Patienttalk.org: In Autism, the Importance of the Gut Behavior problems may be explained by serotonin and bacteria in the bowels.

Michael, an autistic boy living in New York City, started scratching and picking at his face when he was about seven years old. Before long, he was gnawing on the side of his thumb. Along the bottom of his stomach, he tore cuts so deep that they scarred.

Over the

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