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What Was the Real Magic Behind Steve Jobs' Marketing--and Can Apple Maintain It? - Forbes

What Was the Real Magic Behind Steve Jobs' Marketing--and Can Apple Maintain It? - Forbes | special needs, | Scoop.it
While Steve Jobs' genius went well beyond smart marketing, there's no doubt that was a major factor in Apple's success over the years. But what exactly did he do right that very few other technology companies have?

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Are Unrestricted Toxic Chemicals the Cause of Autism?

Are Unrestricted Toxic Chemicals the Cause of Autism? | special needs, | Scoop.it
Last week, I had the privilege of sitting in on a conference call featuring some of the leaders in autism research and care, writes Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff. The call was part of a series focusing on...
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Autistic and achieving. She's proof

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GROTON -- Musical notes are Gianna Hitsos tool to fight against prejudice.

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Improving the lives of the disabled in Jordan is a slow, often-frustrating process

Improving the lives of the disabled in Jordan is a slow, often-frustrating process | special needs, | Scoop.it
Mutaz Aljuneidi, 35, has been competitively powerlifting for seven years. Photos by Ryan Tyler Payne By Michele Richinick A group of 19 Northeastern University...
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Websites That Empower Kids to Stand Up To Bullies | Tech Savvy Parents

Websites That Empower Kids to Stand Up To Bullies | Tech Savvy Parents | special needs, | Scoop.it
One of the most powerful weapons in combatting bullying is a strong peer group who won’t tolerate on or offline bullying.  How do you create kids who feel...

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7 Ways to Bring Out the Best in Special-Needs Students

7 Ways to Bring Out the Best in Special-Needs Students | special needs, | Scoop.it
Teachers can turn things around for students with special needs by engaging them in activities based on their strengths instead of their weaknesses, says a neuroscience expert.

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App aims for faster autism diagnosis

App aims for faster autism diagnosis | special needs, | Scoop.it
PHOENIX -- Because of a shortage of specialists around the country, it can take as long as six months for parents who suspect their child might have autism to get confirmation and begin treatment.

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Portsmouth family shares autism story | SeacoastOnline.com

Portsmouth family shares autism story | SeacoastOnline.com | special needs, | Scoop.it
PORTSMOUTH — A mother is an autistic child's staunchest advocate, as a revealing new memoir written by a local school paraprofessional makes clear.

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Special-education expert tells Fitchburg teachers: 'We need to recognize that they're all different'

Special-education expert tells Fitchburg teachers: 'We need to recognize that they're all different' | special needs, | Scoop.it
By Alana Melanson amelanson@sentinelandenterprise.com @alanamelanson on Twitter FITCHBURG -- Most special-education students learn more academically and socially when they are able to be included in a normal classroom with additional supports,...

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