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Early treatment sparks striking brain changes in autism

Early treatment sparks striking brain changes in autism | autism | Scoop.it

When given early treatment, children with autism spectrum disorders made significant improvements in behavior, communication, and most strikingly, brain function, researchers report..

(Caution required because the results are from two children, but the same researchers have now expanded the study to 60.)


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Trivedi Effect®'s comment, October 4, 2013 9:01 AM
Trivedi Effect® is a new hope for Children affected by various Disorder. There is growing evidence from people who are receiving energy transmissions, suggesting that Trivedi Effect® has a dramatic impact on human wellness.
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Top 10 Amazing iPad Apps for Children with Autism

Top 10 Amazing iPad Apps for Children with Autism | autism | Scoop.it
I must admit that apps for autistic learners are really scarce and hard to find. So I've done some research and found ten great ipad apps your child can use to learn.

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an interesting read, different from many the generic commercial uses of the ipad. If only in todays society, more technology could be produced specifically for those with disorders such as autism

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Marquette program talks to autistic teens 'in their own language' - Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service

Marquette program talks to autistic teens 'in their own language' - Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service | autism | Scoop.it
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service Marquette program talks to autistic teens 'in their own language' Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service PEERS is the only intervention offered in the Midwest for higher-functioning teens and young adults with...
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very interesting article! however a long way to go, including a vast array of ethics that would have to be considered, before anything like this was ever considered to be used on humans.

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The Power of Pull and Personal Knowledge Management-PKM | Harold Jarche

The Power of Pull and Personal Knowledge Management-PKM | Harold Jarche | autism | Scoop.it

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The Power of Pull by John Hagel. John Seely Brown & Lang Davison looks at how digital networks and the need for long-term relationships that support the flow of tacit knowledge are radically changing the nature of the enterprise as we know it. It is also an excellent reference book for understanding many facets of personal knowledge management. I have had this book on my reading list for quite some time and luckily Jay Cross gave me a copy which I read on the flight back from the west coast this week.

PKM helps people stay focused on the edges of their knowledge and look for innovation and opportunity. I have written, in embrace chaos, that I think the edge will be where almost all high value work gets done in organizations. Core activities will be increasingly automated or outsourced. Value is moving to the edge. The core is being managed by fewer internal staff and any work where complexity is not the norm will be of diminishing value. PKM enables tacit knowledge flows from the edge to the core and back."


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Building up a professional network is of vital importance, and can secure a future job

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Change in Higher Education: An Educator’s Perspective (Interview with Dr. Jesse Martin)

Change in Higher Education: An Educator’s Perspective (Interview with Dr. Jesse Martin) | autism | Scoop.it
Dr. Jesse Martin is a thought-provoking educator. A Senior Lecturer at Bangor University in Wales, Dr. Martin focusses on the role of evidence-based in university education. Below, Jesse and I exch...

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An interesting read on higher education changes, improving the qualitiy of learning is something that should always be considered a priority, it is a shame to see that many educational advisors refute the evidence provided when it comes to education

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My Aspergers Child: Effective Teaching Practices for Students with Aspergers and High-Functioning Autism

My Aspergers Child: Effective Teaching Practices for Students with Aspergers and High-Functioning Autism | autism | Scoop.it

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a particularly informative piece of work there, especially the information on how to provide opportunities to increase time spent with peers through extra curricular activities

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