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Autism and Intensive Interaction – A new training DVD from Phoebe Caldwell (clip)

Video clip from Phoebe Caldwell’s new DVD, Autism and Intensive Interaction Autism and Intensive Interaction Using Body Language to Reach Children on the Autistic Spectrum Phoebe Caldwell More information: http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/book/9781849050883 Intensive Interaction is receiving growing acclaim as an efficient approach of speaking and creating emotional engagement with youngsters with autism, …

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All About My Autism

Watch this video to learn about my autism and sensory processing disorder. This diagnosis may come as a shock to you, but it made complete sense for myself and those who know me well. I hope this video clears up any confusion and answers the questions you may have. If …

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On autism and disability: Bill and Chris Davis of FAR FROM THE TREE by Andrew Solomon

Subscribe to Andrew Solomon’s publication for associated updates and occasions: http://eepurl.com/404oT Get to know writer ANDREW SOLOMON: http://www.andrewsolomon.com Share your tales of variety, id, parenting, incapacity and acceptance: http://www.farfromthetree.com Buy the guide FAR FROM THE TREE on Amazon: http://teemi.us/1e1yOuG Barnes & Noble: http://teemi.us/1bqoedn Indiebound: http://teemi.us/1ip6oJy “A generous, humane and compassionate …

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Apps for Autism

Autistic individuals whose situation prevents them from talking are making breakthroughs with the assistance of pill computer systems and particular purposes that permit them to speak, some for the primary time. Lesley Stahl studies. source

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Early Signs of Autism Video Tutorial – Kennedy Krieger Institute

Tutorial On Early Signs of ASD: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Centers for Disease Control, National Institutes of Health, autism advocacy teams and researchers have all drawn consideration to the significance of the early detection of autism spectrum issues (ASD) to make entry to early intervention attainable. The scientific …

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Undiagnosed Autism: Alix’s Journey

Alix Generous’s childhood was hindered with undiagnosed Autism until she learned through perseverance to harness her gifts. She is now an advocate for the advancement of girls and young women through education. She credits her unique mind with her success in dealing with complex issues. A recent college graduate, she’s …

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