Category Archives: Autism Advocacy

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“There is a plan and a purpose, a value to every life, no matter what its location, age, gender or disability.” Sharron Angle – American Politician There is a value to every life, all people differ in own way…mentally, physically, spiritually, etc. But it’s a real power to find your strengths, talents, love life the […]

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Autism, ADHD, & OCD More Similar Than We Thought

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The fact that they’re so similar raises the question of where similarities stop, biologically and in definition, and if perhaps, all three are part of a larger encompassing disease.

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Autism May Stem From Heightened Senses

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In a recent study done by Harvard Medical School and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, autism may not just involve a brain disorder but also defects to the nervous system…

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Does Autism Speed Aging?

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Everyone is always discussing the importance of diagnosing Autism early, but to what extent and effect? Recent studies have found that communication has improved for those children diagnosed early and that it may be possible that certain people on the spectrum adapt almost to the effect that their earlier diagnosis becomes unrecognizable. Now, the Barrow […]

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Bilingualism in Autism: Harmful or Beneficial? (Source: Scottish Autism)

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Direct research into how speaking or hearing more than one language effects the development of children with autism is scarce. This means that families have little information to help them when deciding whether or not to raise their child with autism bilingually – a pressing question for the increasing number of families in our community who speak multiple languages. More evidence that […]

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