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Early Autism Detection

Although autism is hard to diagnose before 24 months, symptoms often surface between 12 and 18 months and  if it is caught in infancy, treatment can begin early and we can gain much progress from taking advantage of the adolescent … Continue reading

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Tu Bishvat Celebration – NYC Council Speaker Quinn

At a special Tu BiShvat seder organized by Ezra and Gabriella Friedlander in their home in the heart of Borough Park, New York City Council Speaker and Mayoral hopeful Christine Quinn was warmly welcomed this past Sunday by a small … Continue reading

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One Third of Young Adults with Autism Lack Employment, Education

A recent study has found that one in 3 young adults with autism have no paid job experience, college or technical schooling nearly seven years after high school graduation. Continue reading

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Finding the Right Doctor for Your Child with Autism

Finding the right doctor to help your child with autism can be a difficult assignment. Continue reading

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Co-op Helps Children with Autism Get iPads

For parents of children with autism, the iPad has been a godsend. And now, thanks to the help of an electric cooperative, anIndianaschool has been able to get several of the devices to help students with autism learn. Continue reading

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Schoolyard Designed for Children with Autism

A Kansas State University graduate student is creating a schoolyard that can become a therapeutic landscape for children with autism. Continue reading

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New Autism Social Learning Software A Success

The Social Express™, is a 16-lesson autism app that’s receiving enthusiastic reviews from parents, therapists, educators, and bloggers. Continue reading

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Divorce and Autism

If we know that the stress of a diagnosis can contribute to divorce, perhaps we can help parents to alleviate stress and/or facilitate the strengthening of their marriage. Continue reading

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Dietary Changes To Alleviate Asperger’s Symptoms

Dietary changes can help children with autism and Asperger’s syndrome according to Craig Kendall, author of The Asperger’s Syndrome Survival Guide. Gluten and casein free diets help overcome Asperger’s syndrome symptoms improving behavior in children. Continue reading

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Tool Launched to For Challenging Behavior in Children with Autism

Skills has released a tool for positive behavior support planning that allows professionals and families of children with autism to create a comprehensive, online behavior intervention plan (BIP) for challenging behaviors. Continue reading

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