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Autism and Unintentional Humor

Autism and Unintentional Humor from Autism Live. Like this? Watch the latest episode of Autism Live on Blip! http://blip.tv/autismlive/watch Like Autism Live...
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2 hours of Autism Live from California. Useful info...

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Speaking out about autism - The Justice

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Speaking out about autism
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Autism, which affects one in 88 children, is the fastest-growing developmental disability in the United States.
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Nice to read a positive article after reading about the 'limitations' and people 'overcoming' autism...

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New sensory-motor enrichment therapy for autism effective

New sensory-motor enrichment therapy for autism effective | Engaging the public | Scoop.it
U.S. researchers say autistic boys treated with sensory-motor enrichment showed marked improvement compared to boys receiving traditional treatment.

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Grants available for summer autism play schemes and activity programmes

Grants available for summer autism play schemes and activity programmes | Engaging the public | Scoop.it
Play scheme, activity programme, holiday club.
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Great funding opportunity for extending specialist autism provision.

 

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Developers dive in to create a wealth of autism apps

Developers dive in to create a wealth of autism apps | Engaging the public | Scoop.it

"At times, Andy Shih still finds himself overwhelmed by the ground swell of interest in autism applications he's seen in the three years since Apple released the first iPad.

 

In his role as senior vice president for scientific affairs at Autism Speaks, a national advocacy organization based in New York, Shih helped organize a "hacking autism" event in San Francisco with co-sponsor AT&T Inc. that drew 135 developers."


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