June 8, 2012

Autism in the News

Muscat: Defending champion S. Vishwanath was crowned champion at the third edition of Black & White 'Sudoku for a Cause' held at the Oman Auditorium, Al Bustan Palace Hotel on Friday.
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The Cincinnati Chapter of the Autism Society has recognized an exceptional member of the Lebanon High School Class of 2012.
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Sitting in a circle, the group of nine men and women giggled nervously as they discussed things not to say or do on a first date.
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That may sound outrageous, but when the famous child psychologist Bruno Bettelheim wrote that in his influential 1967 book, The Empty Fortress , it wasn't that far from a mainstream view.
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Children diagnosed with both mental disabilities and autism might no longer be eligible for autism services, if a new diagnostic manual is published as currently written.
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The system by which all five senses work together to recieve and process information to the brain is called sensory integration.
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"Mission To Lars" - an uplifting documentary feature film about Tom Spicer , a learning-disabled man who, with his siblings help, goes on a transatlantic quest to find his much-obsessed-over hero, Lars Ulrich of METALLICA - will be premiered at Hackney Picturehouse in London, England on June 6 at 9 p.m. After the screening, there will be a ... (more)
The Cincinnati Chapter of the Autism Society has recognized an exceptional member of the Lebanon High School Class of 2012.
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When Jack was up there with the other performers, the noise, the lights, the crowd almost always got to him, and he would "start spinning," wandering around the stage or turning in circles, Lynn says.
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