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Thinking differently: Autism patients in demand by employers

Thinking differently: Autism patients in demand by employers | St John's Child Psychology | Scoop.it
Some call it neurological diversity, others see it as autism's fight back.

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Sara Tilleman's curator insight, June 5, 2013 9:49 AM

This is a wonderful example of how people can use the positive side of their disabilities - this will open up a word of opportunity the autistic population.

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Autism Sufferers More Prone to Video Game ‘Addiction’

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Children and teens with autism are more likely than other youngsters to develop problematic video game habits, a University of Missouri researcher has found.

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Researchers Find Way to Spot Autism at Birth

Researchers Find Way to Spot Autism at Birth | St John's Child Psychology | Scoop.it
Autism risk may be spotted at birth by examining placentas for abnormalities, new research suggests. We can look at the placenta at birth and determine the chance of being at risk for autism with extremely high reliability, said Dr.

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