Author Archive

April 19, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: Autism, Communicate, Guide, PERSONS, Technology, thinking

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Categories: autism

We’re honoring Autism Acceptance by publishing April Accommodations—meaning adjustments that other people can do for the autistic people in their lives. (For the flipside, as in things that make life harder for autistics, please see our Autism Checklist of Doom.) Today, we’re hearing from Ann Memmott, who wants people to respect when she needs tech […]

April 19, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: Diagnosis, Finding, Place

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Categories: adhd

I had an overactive and rich imagination as a child. I was the celebrity savior of a distant planet. I was friends with an invisible boy who lived in a hollowed-out tree. I had a magic flying swing that could take me anywhere I wanted to go. I yearned to be an actress, writer, singer, […]

April 19, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: Brand, Family, Global, influencer, Maher, Manager, Nicki, TikTok

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Categories: adhd

Nicki Maher has made a name for herself through her can-do approach to business. Her reputation as a “people advocate” is apparent, as are her main beliefs are a in the power of human connection and the ability to form meaningful and lasting bonds in business. Maybe this is why she’s become such a successful […]

April 19, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: ADD, Management, Treatment

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Categories: adhd

grade: It is not really true that ADD is different from ADHD; instead, ADD is one type of ADHD. This article describes treatment and management options and protocols for ADD, which is also known as Inattentive ADHD. ADHD can bring a storm of chaos into your home. You are tense, waiting for the next outburst […]

April 19, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: memes, relatable, toddlers, wildly

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Categories: Parenting

Welcome to my life. Toddlers are a unique and relentless kind of wacked. Your two-year-old asked for the blue cup… and you gave them the blue cup? You silly, naive fool. They didn’t actually want the blue cup. They wanted the green cup. No wait, the pink cup. Or no cup. Actually, their water bottle. […]

April 19, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: Care, Child, education, Santa

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Categories: Special needs education

Aabout 230 children are waiting in line for services at Kids Campus, a preschool and child care center at Santa Fe Community College. Applications keep rolling in every day — from college staff, students and the wider community. Director Deyanira Contreras said the wait list for the program, which has a capacity to serve 120 […]

Recent audiobook release “Parenting Children with Special Needs” from Audiobook Network author Andrew Justis is a wonderful read that focuses on helping those who are raising children with special needs to ensure their children become adults who strive for success and embrace God at the same time. SAN ANGELO, TX – April 18, 2022 – […]

March 11, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: Cerebellar, CHD8, Family, findings, metamorphosis, microglia, Spectrum, Spotted, tree, web

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Categories: autism

research roundup Deletion of the autism-linked gene CHD8 in progenitor cells destined to be excitatory neurons in the cerebellum causes motor problems and behavioral changes in mice. Journal of Genetics and Genomics Childhood infections may contribute to diagnoses of autism or intellectual disability, according to a study of a Swedish register-based cohort of about half […]

At least four Pennsylvania agencies have told state lawmakers they need more funding to address one of the biggest woes each of them has faced during the pandemic: not being able to hire or keep enough staff. Each is arguing that funneling more money to support staff positions is one of the best ways to […]

March 11, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: Assistive, Association, Autism, grants, National, Spelling, Technology

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Categories: autism

THIS IS FANTASTIC! Thank you NAA, always fighting for families. XOX Click National Autism Association Give A Voice Program ### The intent of NAA’s Give A Voice program is to provide the opportunity for meaningful, effective communication to individuals with autism who are nonspeaking or unreliably speaking, and whose communication challenges put them at increased […]