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Autism: causes and treatment

Dr Renée describes Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and what we know about it currently. She accepts that there is still much that we don’t know. She describes some exciting research into gut microbes which appear to potentially be implicated in causing Autism and therefore may hold the key to a …

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Penn State to Host National Autism Conference – State College News

Amiris Dipuglia delivered the closing keynote on the 2014 National Autism Conference. Image courtesy Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network Click photograph for gallery UNIVERSITY PARK— Educators, service suppliers and fogeys will collect at Penn State throughout a 4-day nationwide convention to share greatest practices on how to enhance language …

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Ruralities of Autism | Amy Price Azano | TEDxVirginiaTech

Dr. Amy Price Azano highlights the wants that households of youngsters with autism face in rural communities. She shares concepts of how we will tackle these wants and reexamine of our view of what rural means. Dr. Amy Price Azano is an Assistant Professor of Adolescent Literacy within the School …

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YMCA hosts family swim day for children with autism – WTAJ

Clearfield, Clearfield County, Pa. – Families made a splash in Clearfield County this morning. The Moshannon Valley YMCA hosted a family swim day for children with autism and particular wants.  “I had fun today,” Daniel Glessner stated. Daniel is autistic — however like most boys his age, he is only …

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Autism Society of Oregon hosts 2nd annual Autism Bowl – KTVL

Ana Foster, proper, and one of her sons take a look at some of the brochures introduced by OHSU’s SPARK program which helped sponsor the Autism Bowl. (KTVL/Mike Marut) Medford, Ore. – Lava Lanes in Medford hosted the 2nd annual Autism Society of Oregon’s Autism Bowl. Children and adults with …

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