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Adult autism conference happening this weekend – Nooga.com

Scott Kramer will host an grownup autism conference in Chattanooga. (Image: MGNOnline) Scott Kramer, an autistic grownup and program director of the GCA Centre for Adult Autism, will host the primary grownup autism conference in Chattanooga. The Inaugural Tri-State Adult Autism Symposium Conference is the primary autism conference east of the Mississippi …

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A different view about the autism puzzle piece

For a few years, the autism puzzle piece has turn out to be a very fashionable icon for many individuals. Though most professionals discover the puzzle piece to be innocent, others discover it offensive believing that it’s used to consider that we’re one huge thriller to be solved. From my …

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Art therapy best practices for children with autism – Science Daily

A Florida State University researcher is working with artwork therapists to seek out higher methods to deal with children who’ve Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Theresa Van Lith, assistant professor of artwork therapy in FSU’s Department of Art Education, led a research that surveyed artwork therapists working with children with ASD …

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