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In the Shadows

A young boy sits quietly in a classroom full of noisy children. No one sees him. A teenage girl completes her school work, while her peers gossip and pass notes to each other. 488 more words

Life

Genomic relationship between autism and bipolar disorder

Genomic relationship between autism and bipolar disorder

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator

LPBI

Autism and Bipolar Disorder Share Common Genetic Roots

http://www.genengnews.com/gen-news-highlights/autism-and-bipolar-disorder-share-common-genetic-roots/81252698/

New study describes genetic commonalities among various psychiatric disorders. 717 more words

Innovations In Neurophysiology & Neuropsychology

Through The Eyes Of A Special Needs Child

Through The Eyes Of A
Special Needs Child

S  –   Spend time getting to know me
P–   Please be patient with me. I may not be able to do the things your child can. 347 more words

Autism

How People React To My Asperger's

When I tell people I have Asperger’s they have can have one or both of two option. The Sorry Bunch and The Patronizing Fools.

The Sorry “we have to deal with you” Bunch is not too awful.For example, when I had just been diagnosed. 877 more words

Thoughts

Autism: Expressing Myself

Though I am pretty sure this isn’t the best method of communication with those close to me, it sure does seem to help. I wish I could say that I was good at explaining things with my husband, and that he understood me well, but that isn’t the case. 554 more words

Adult Autism

Autism: Hope in Action Episode #3- Jackie Moore

https://tacanowblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/autism-hope-in-action-podcast-jackie-moore.mp3

We are back with another episode of Autism: Hope in Action! This is an expansion of our intentional dialogue that we long to have with families around the country about life, challenges, triumphs, best practices, and best therapies that exist today. 521 more words

TACA

Giving To The Cause: Autism Speaks

As Promised to family, friends, and my customers I donated 10% of my April Commission towards Autism Speaks. My darling husband, Robert Burreson and I threw in an extra $20 dollars because of how important having programs that actively support and encourage understanding and acceptance of autism is. 97 more words

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