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Autism Spectrum Disorder: Many Questions Many Answers

(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv) Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a developmental disorder that often interferes with a person’s ability to communicate with and relate to others, affects about 1 in 68 school-age children. Dr. Bennett Leventhal, a psychiatry professor at UCSF, discusses the history and diagnosis of Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) such as …

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Happy 16th Birthday Andrew – Autism

Today my baby turns 16. Where has the time gone? Dad is away so we are celebrating it with grandma this year. Please like and subscribe to my channel to follow my weight loss journey. I use blue in my videos for Autism Awareness. Instagram: apeekinsidedpt E-mail: peekinsideDPT@gmail.com source

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Book Review: The Un-Prescription for Autism

For any father or mother dealing with elevating an autistic youngster, managing the chaos that earmarks the dysfunction — to not point out the dizzying array of medications, remedies, and therapies — can typically really feel exhausting, overwhelming, and fairly incessantly, disheartening. autism is just a really troublesome and really …

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Ask an Autistic #27 – What is Alexithymia?

What is Alexithymia? Is Alexithymia a mental illness? What are people with Alexithymia like? Do only autistic people experience Alexithymia? Does Alexithymia apply to physical sensations as well as emotions? Answers to all of these questions and more in this episode of Ask an Autistic! (Sorry for the poor sound …

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All My Stripes: A Story for Children with Autism

Welcome to Story Time With Erin! Today we’re going to learn about a child with Autism. I hope you’ll love this book as much as I do! If you want to add it to your reading collection, here’s how to buy All My Stripes: A Story for Children with Autism …

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