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Members Blog – Autistic Student Creates Design Fit for the White House

Michelle Obama’s glamorous wardrobe typically generates gross sales for the designers she wears. Case in level, at the president’s most up-to-date State of the Union tackle, the first woman’s marigold Narciso Rodriguez gown sold out almost immediately. But it’s not simply Ms. Obama’s style decisions driving public curiosity. Upon her …

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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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Have We Lost Touch?

Teachers aren’t allowed to hug college students. Often, college students aren’t allowed to the touch one another, both. Parents see their youngsters solely within the mornings and evenings, and on weekends. We spend extra time dealing with screens than we spend dealing with our household. And we’re seeing the outcomes. …

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