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What Is High-Functioning Autism? | Autism

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The Western Medicine Perspective: Many children with autistic spectrum disorder either under react or overreact to sensory stimuli. When information is collected through the sensory channels, it is transmitted to the brain, interpreted and organised, prior to the individual responding appropriately. This process is called sensory integration. In Autism, the …

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Tui Na for Autism

The video attached is a small explanation of our work so far and how Tui Na Centre therapy could help to ease the symptoms of Autism in children. The treatment shown at the end of the video should not be attempted without prior training where correct location and pressure of …

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An Amazing Runner With Autism

Troy is a very athletic runner on his schools track team. While troy has autism, he doesn’t let that hold him back. Troy is very dedicated to the track team and is always looking to improve his running. He is an inspiration to everyone at the school. Please just ignore …

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Early signs of Autism… “Flags”

Jackson showing “flags” of autism- I compiled video clips of his repetitive behaviors and other “flags” I believe he is “high functioning” other wise… good eye contact with those he knows- but he is object focused and hard to get his attention or eye contact when he is doing repetitive …

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