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Autism. Senses. Seeing the world as it is. Being philosophically illiterate.

Autism spectrum disorders are generally thought to be caused by deficits in brain development, but a study in mice now …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Nov 9, 2016

Yesterday, I Walked Out

Yesterday, I walked out. I calmly got dressed, gathered some things together and walked out.I am sick and tired of all of it. Sick of the children bickering, tired of them getting hurt doing stupid things. Sick of working till the early hours of th...
by Attachment Mummy on Apr 21, 2016

10 Things you need to know about people with Asperger Syndrome

Asperger syndrome is a form of the autism spectrum disorder, also known as ASD. Some people with Asperger Syndrome are higher The post 10 Things you need to know about people with Asperger Syndrome appeared first on Health Council.

Do You Know How Lucky You Are?

I am extremely tired of parents of so called “normal” children who choose to remain ignorant about what it must be like to have a special needs child.  They sit on their little thrones and pass judgment on these children who don’t fit the...
by In the Mommy Trenches on Oct 9, 2015

Life on the Spectrum

As my daughter gets older, it gets harder to walk the line of what is and isn’t acceptable behaviour.  When she was 5 or 6, a tantrum or excessive display of anger or frustration was easier to sweep under the rug and just chalk up to her age;...
by In the Mommy Trenches on Oct 3, 2015

mama in the front

On August 16th, Jonah will have been at the Anderson Center for Autism 4 years. It's still the best place for him to learn and grow and become as independent as possible. We still know we did the right thing. It's just....well, not speaking for an...
by Normal is a Dryer Setting on Aug 9, 2015

mama in the front

On August 16th, Jonah will have been at the Anderson Center for Autism 4 years. It's still the best place for him to learn and grow and become as independent as possible. We still know we did the right thing. It's just....well, not speaking for an...
by Normal is a Dryer Setting on Aug 9, 2015

Autism and Geek Culture

Today’s blog post was written by an American Sign Language public school teacher who has taught children on the Autism Spectrum, including Gemma, who is pictured here. As we reach the end of April, we are also reaching the end … Continue...
by Therefore I Geek on May 1, 2015

B.Ed and D.Ed Spl. Education (MR,VI,LD,ASD,HI) Delhi Instutution List

B.Ed and D.Ed Spl. Education (MR,VI,LD,ASD,HI) Delhi Institution List -Name and Address of the College – Durgabai Deshmukh College of Special Education (Visual Impairment), C/o The Blind Relief Association, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, (Near The O...
by Edu Jobs Plus on Mar 21, 2015

5 Things You Will Learn from Siblings with Autism

If you have a sibling—or child—with special needs, it can draw the family closer together and bring unexpected blessings as well.
by Hunter Happenings on Feb 26, 2015

UK Drug Safety Regulator Issues New Warnings About The Use Of Depakote / Depacon / Depakene By Women During Pregnancy

Updates Information About Extent Of Serious Developmental Disorders Such As Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) As Well As Congenital Malformations And Birth Defects Like Spina Bifida (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) Depakote, Depakote CP, and...
by Drug Injury Watch on Jan 26, 2015

Adults With Asperger’s and Too Much Empathy

Very unlike the “traits that define” Asperger’s Syndrome – or more recently – as it is lumped in now in the DSM 5 with Autistic Spectrum Disorder – a lack of empathy is just not an accurate trait to list in conside...
by Asperger's Syndrome and Adults on Jan 17, 2015

Can a Chemical Found in Broccoli Help Treat Autism?

Researchers have found a chemical in certain vegetables reduces autism symptoms in those treated with it. Sulforaphane is found in cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower and has been shown to help adults and teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), or o...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Oct 14, 2014

Significantly Increased Risk Of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) In Children Whose Mothers Used Depacon / Depakene / Depakote During Their Pregnancy

August 2014 Label Change By AbbVie Inc. (formerly Abbott) For These Valproate Migraine, Epilepsy/Seizure, And Bipolar Medications Was Done Rather Quietly (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) Without much notice, e.g., no FDA Drug Safety Commun...
by Drug Injury Watch on Sep 25, 2014

Do You Hear Me?

I just left the below comment on TGPA's Facebook page. If you know what TGPA is, great. If not, I'm sure as hell not giving them free advertising on my blog post. I wasn't sure how long my comment would stay up, because this group has a habit of dele...
by attracted to shiny things on Sep 25, 2014

Because I don't understand Minecraft. Also, I get carsick.

My son Z is OBSESSED with Minecraft. He knows the backstory of Minecraft Steve. And Enderman. And Heberon. According to Z, Heberon was Minecraft Steve's twin brother, but he died in some horrific accident, and LEGEND HAS IT that Heberon shows up in M...
by attracted to shiny things on Jul 23, 2014

Raising an Autistic Child Can Exceed $2 Million: What You Can Learn from This

Raising a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a challenge in the best of circumstances. ASD is classified as a neurodevelopmental disorder which can result in impaired social and communication abilities. It also often comes with a pattern of...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jun 10, 2014

Autism as a privilege. Not a disease!

Could drama workshops help children with autism-spectrum disorders? Results from a pilot study called Imagining Autism suggests this might be …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on May 27, 2014

Autism, statistics, numbers, Love.

Τhe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) raised eyebrows, and concern among current and prospective parents, with a report …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on May 7, 2014


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