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Living with autism

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Autism treatment and Homeopathy – NP Therapy

Dr. Anish Vaknalli, over the past 18 years has researched the use of specific Homeopathic remedies and essential, biochemical and neural supplements [NP-Therapy or Neuro-Pathways therapy] at 3 clinical centres and on over 500 cases. Most cases of Autism, ADHD, dystonia, global developmental delay, ataxia and such intellectual disabilities and …

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A life with autism | Science News

Jonas Moore, age 35, talks about life with autism and his expectations now that researchers are beginning to focus on the needs of adults with the disorder. Full story: http://bit.ly/SN_autism Photos and video by Alyssa Schukar; video produced by Ashley Yeager; article by Siri Carpenter source

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Teen with autism meltdowns and recovery

Autism meltdown at our house. Kreed’s sleep apnea is severe right now and he is waking up confused and unreasonable due to low oxygen levels all night. Leaves him with severe brain fog, migraines and sensitive to light. This is part of his meltdown today. May be hard for some …

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Easy-to-Use Calming Strategies for Autism

As a board certified music therapist, I use calming music and effective strategies to help anxious children with autism regulate their sensory systems. This music therapy video teaches you easy-to-use calming strategies for children with autism. Please sign up for my newsletter full of great tips and special education resources …

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Pentagon Says Putin Is Autistic

“USA Today has obtained a 2008 Pentagon report that claims Russian President Vladimir Putin suffers from Asperger’s syndrome. The alleged “neurological abnormalities” affect “all of his decisions” as president, according to the report. While autism experts were consulted, researchers could not authenticate the claims without performing an official brain scan …

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