Monday, August 31, 2015

Michigan won't allow medicinal marijuana autism treatments - Pulse Headlines


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Michigan won't allow medicinal marijuana autism treatments
Pulse Headlines
Michigan – The state of Michigan has denied the use of medicinal marijuana to treat autism. A panel conformed mostly of doctors voted to add autism to the group on conditions qualifying to apply medical marijuana. They analyzed all the evidence ...

Could A Hormone Nasal Spray Help People With Mental Illness And Autism? - Forbes


Could A Hormone Nasal Spray Help People With Mental Illness And Autism?
Forbes
This has raised the possibility that the hormone could be used as a novel therapy for disorders characterized by social dysfunction, such as autism and schizophrenia. But early trials have had mixed results, and so far, dosage and delivery methods of ...

New gym caters to kids with autism - WGRZ-TV


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New gym caters to kids with autism
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Luckily for those families, a new gym in the community provides exactly that kind of safe haven. Michael Nowak was just one year old when he was diagnosed with autism. "Rewinding, you know, Michael's now 14, and I really wish we would have had a place ...
Gym opens to help kids with autism, sensory processing disorderswivb.com

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LCT expands education opportunities to Autism Spectrum - WXOW.com


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LCT expands education opportunities to Autism Spectrum
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"This is the next big step for LCT," said new Education Director Sara Pillatzki-Warzeha. "I was encouraged to dream big and see what i could do, so I'm not 100% sure yet what it's going to be. I think there are tons and tons and tons of awesome ...

Marlborough father to bike over 100 miles in annual autism ride - MetroWest Daily News


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Marlborough father to bike over 100 miles in annual autism ride
MetroWest Daily News
MARLBOROUGH — Albert Rex will join approximately 100 other cyclists riding from Boston to Newport in the fourth annual Bike to the Beach New England Ride, a century ride for autism. “My struggles on the ride don't compare to what Ethan goes through ...

Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas - KSL.com


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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas
KSL.com
It was his beloved uncle, Jeremiah Riley, who first thought that Joshie might have autism. It was Riley who convinced his brother and sister-in-law to take Joshie to a neuropsychologist to get tested. And when Joshie was finally identified as having ...

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Four magical events celebrate Kennedy Center Autism week - Monroe Courier


Four magical events celebrate Kennedy Center Autism week
Monroe Courier
From Saturday, Sept. 19 through Saturday, Sept. 26, come bring your family and friends to a magical week of fun. Four events have been planned by The Kennedy Center's Autism Project, where children, families and adults have the opportunity to ...
New technologies analyze brain chemistry to develop treatments for autismLexington Herald Leader
Simon Foundation partners with Interactive Autism Network to further autism ...Healio

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We've called autism a disease for decades. We were wrong. - Vox


We've called autism a disease for decades. We were wrong.
Vox
Protest of Autism Speaks National Policy Summit at George Washington University on November 13, 2013. From left to right: Farrah H., Patricia Chandler, Emily Titon, Lydia Brown, Matt Young, Natalia Rivera Morales, and Laura B. Courtesy of Lydia Brown ...

Support the Autism Resource Foundation, a Helpful Resource for Families with ... - whnt.com


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Support the Autism Resource Foundation, a Helpful Resource for Families with ...
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For those of you who live in Huntsville, it is very likely that you know of a family that has an autistic child. Families affected by autism know how challenging this disorder can be and may need a little help, that is where the Autism Resource ...

Missing 14-year-old boy with autism found safe in Aurora - FOX31 Denver


FOX31 Denver

Missing 14-year-old boy with autism found safe in Aurora
FOX31 Denver
AURORA, Colo. — The Aurora Police Department said it found a 14-year-old boy who has autism and a history of seizures who went missing Monday morning. Benjamin Martin is 5-foot-6 with a thin build. He has brown eyes and brown hair, and was last seen ...
Missing teen with autism found safe: 14-year-old boy disappeared after being ...The Denver Channel

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Man who beat teen with autism sentenced Monday - WPBF West Palm Beach


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Man who beat teen with autism sentenced Monday
WPBF West Palm Beach
The man caught on camera beating an Okeechobee teen with autism will spend the next 30 years in prison. Wheeler found guilty in teen beating · Wheeler found guilty in teen beating. The teen accused of beating another teen whose family says has autism, ...

Missing Aurora teen located - 9NEWS.com


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Missing Aurora teen located
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... located at 1955 S. Telluride St. in Aurora at 7:50 a.m.. Benjamin has autism and has tried going to the Buckley Air Force Base area in the past when left the school campus. Anyone who has seen Benjamin is asked to contact Aurora Police at 303-627-3100.
Aurora police searching for missing 14-year-old boy with autismFOX31 Denver

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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas - KSL.com


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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas
KSL.com
It was his beloved uncle, Jeremiah Riley, who first thought that Joshie might have autism. It was Riley who convinced his brother and sister-in-law to take Joshie to a neuropsychologist to get tested. And when Joshie was finally identified as having ...

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EIU Starts First Autism Transitional Program in State - Effingham's News Leader


EIU Starts First Autism Transitional Program in State
Effingham's News Leader
To kick off the new school year, Eastern Illinois University's Autism Center started a transitional program for incoming college students with autism spectrum disorders to help students navigate the college environment. The program, called Students ...

A New Puzzle, Adult Life with Autism - Roanoke Times


A New Puzzle, Adult Life with Autism
Roanoke Times
For many young adults with autism, independence is just out of reach. Yet, there are programs that seek to help them to gain it. Images. Previous Next. hr autismkhamanimonday 083115 p02. HEATHER ROUSSEAU | The Roanoke Times ...

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New technologies analyze brain chemistry to develop treatments for autism - Lexington Herald Leader


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New technologies analyze brain chemistry to develop treatments for autism
Lexington Herald Leader
His grandfather, a medical pathologist, suggested Matthew's parents, Oscar Gonzalez and Mercedes Ubaga, take him to what was known then as Miami Children's Hospital. He was evaluated there and eventually diagnosed with a severe case of autism.
Four magical events celebrate Kennedy Center Autism weekMonroe Courier

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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas - KSL.com


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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas
KSL.com
It was his beloved uncle, Jeremiah Riley, who first thought that Joshie might have autism. It was Riley who convinced his brother and sister-in-law to take Joshie to a neuropsychologist to get tested. And when Joshie was finally identified as having ...

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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas - KSL.com


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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas
KSL.com
It was his beloved uncle, Jeremiah Riley, who first thought that Joshie might have autism. It was Riley who convinced his brother and sister-in-law to take Joshie to a neuropsychologist to get tested. And when Joshie was finally identified as having ...

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Dr. Harvey Karp Thinks He Knows What Causes Autism - POPSUGAR


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Dr. Harvey Karp Thinks He Knows What Causes Autism
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In the five years since the link between autism and vaccines was proven to be based on fraudulent data, study after study has proven that vaccines are not to blame for autism spectrum disorders. But what they haven't done is explain what does cause the ...

Hitting the Streets For Autism Research - Age of Autism


Age of Autism

Hitting the Streets For Autism Research
Age of Autism
Her regression into Autism three years earlier began our horrendous journey into the land of medical denial about Autism. Meg had to endure frequent and copious nosebleeds, unexplained rashes, fevers, non-stop viruses, vomiting, yeast and urinary tract ...

Don't hesitate to screen child for autism - Columbus Dispatch


Don't hesitate to screen child for autism
Columbus Dispatch
23 column that advocated autism screening for all children 18 to 24 months old. Autism is a worldwide epidemic affecting 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys. Our son, now 23, was diagnosed at age 4 and began behavioral treatment at 5. In hindsight, and ...

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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas - Deseret News


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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas
Deseret News
Jeremiah Riley virtually high fives his nephew, Joshie Riley, 4, who is autistic, from his office in Farmington on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015. Reach ASD, a company started by Jeremiah Riley and inspired by his nephew and brother, who have autism, live in ...

Inaugural All-American Bash exceeds expectations; $20000 raised for increased ... - The Independent


Inaugural All-American Bash exceeds expectations; $20000 raised for increased ...
The Independent
A Northeast Kentucky Autism Center would allow parents in the region to receive services locally instead of traveling to far-flung places like Lexington, Louisville, Cincinnati or Columbus, Ohio. Pathways officials said there are 75 families on a ...

Australian comedian John Doyle reveals sister's struggle with autism - Autism Daily Newscast


Autism Daily Newscast

Australian comedian John Doyle reveals sister's struggle with autism
Autism Daily Newscast
Sydney, Australia — John Patrick Doyle, a famous personality in the Australian entertainment industry who is also known as Roy Slaven of the duo called Roy and HG, recently revealed his sister's battle against autism and the struggle their family have ...

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Gym opens to give kids with autism, sensory processing disorders a place to play - WRIC


WRIC

Gym opens to give kids with autism, sensory processing disorders a place to play
WRIC
DERBY, N.Y. (WIVB) – A new gym is opening in the southtowns to help kids with sensory processing disorders like autism grow and learn. For two and a half year-old Odin Green, finding places for him to play can be a struggle. So his mom, Elida, drove ...

Autism Research: August 28, 2015 Week in Review - Autism Daily Newscast


Autism Daily Newscast

Autism Research: August 28, 2015 Week in Review
Autism Daily Newscast
Scientists are constantly striving to improvise existing methods of delivering therapies to children with autism. In one such endeavour, doctoral student Nkiruka Uzuegbunam, teamed up with his professors to develop what he terms as the MEBook. This ...

Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas - KSL.com


KSL.com

Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas
KSL.com
It was his beloved uncle, Jeremiah Riley, who first thought that Joshie might have autism. It was Riley who convinced his brother and sister-in-law to take Joshie to a neuropsychologist to get tested. And when Joshie was finally identified as having ...

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Taking aim at autism in high-risk 1-year-olds - ABC30.com


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Taking aim at autism in high-risk 1-year-olds
ABC30.com
One in 68 children has autism spectrum disorder. While most children are diagnosed by age 4, researchers believe the earlier we intervene, the better off these kids will be. Now a new study shows 1-year-olds at risk for ASD can be helped with some ...

Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas - KSL.com


KSL.com

Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas
KSL.com
It was his beloved uncle, Jeremiah Riley, who first thought that Joshie might have autism. It was Riley who convinced his brother and sister-in-law to take Joshie to a neuropsychologist to get tested. And when Joshie was finally identified as having ...

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