All posts tagged ASD

Broken Nights and Lost Days: Inside World of Severe Autism

Warning: Severe behaviors shown. 2009 footage of California family raising complex, yet HOPEFUL case of severe autism and self-injurious behaviors. Extremely challenging situation requiring specialized care and expertise. Few experts understand this kind of autism.

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Practical Autism Treatment – From Theories to Realities A Case Management Survival Guide

5 minute preview of the presentation by Jill Calder, MD, Clinical Director of Rehabilitation

Autism ≈ A Harsh Reality ≈ A Real Disorder :'(

iz sharing this videoz of recordingz of me on some bad dayz with my

Autism Documentary – An Incurable Reality By Jarrod Allison

This is a documentary I made about my little brother Noah who has Autism.

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Zac Browser is the first Internet browser developed specifically for children living with variants of autism spectrum disorders

Zac Browser is a totally free software package. It is the first Internet browser developed specifically for children living with variants of autism spectrum disorders (ASD), Asperger syndrome,

SCIENTISTS ARE FINALLY BEGINNING TO MAKE HEADWAY UNDERSTANDING THE REAL CAUSES OF AUTISM. YET MILLIONS REMAIN UNCONVINCED BY THE EVIDENCE. WHY?

The US Centers for Disease Control estimate that over 30,000 children born this year will eventually be diagnosed with some form of autism, potentially putting them and their parents

Autism spectrum disorders are among the most heartbreaking—and mysterious—of childhood maladies. New genetic research opens a window on a possible cause

Uncovering a Common Mutation The symptoms are gradual and insidious. An infant or toddler begins to withdraw from social interaction and to take refuge in solitary, often repetitive

The face of autism

Heres the story -- well, the first five years -- in the life of Quinn: a wonderful, exuberant, mostly non-verbal boy with autism. You can see how the

August Long Weekend 2009

After a long and stressful couple of days of potty training, we finally had Max up to 20 - 25 minutes between bathroom visits, so we let him

Autism – Restriced, Repetitive Behavior

Barbara L. Trommer MD Pediatric Neurology . Associate Director, Maimonides Developmental Center . Medical School: Columbia University . Fellowship: Childrens Memorial Hospital Northwestern University Medical School Pediatric

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