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How Adults with Autism are helping in IT Jobs

Getting a job is difficult for the autistic. They face a variety of obstacles, ones that people outside the spectrum don’t. These are crucial factors to be dealt with; if we want to cut down their rate of unemployment for adults with Autism. Currently, it’s upward of 80%. Autistic people are, however, ideally suited for [...]

2018-06-14T04:30:36+00:00 April 17th, 2016|Categories: CAREER & PROFESSION, NEWS FEED|Tags: |0 Comments

Studying Eye Movements can Help Diagnose Autism

Follow the eyes and spot autism! Tests that track the trajectory of the eyes during conversations can detect and diagnose autism in children in near future. How does Eye Movements Matter? What you talk about really matters for children with Autism. Changing just a few words while you talk to them about their feelings versus [...]

2018-06-14T04:27:25+00:00 April 12th, 2016|Categories: DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT, NEWS FEED|Tags: |0 Comments

Why Modern Autism Research Lacks Ethnic and Cultural Diversity

Autism doesn’t see where its victim is coming from. So why should research focus only on children from the caucasian middle-class families? A new study found out that a vast majority of autism-related research suffer from a lack of focus on the other ethnic and cultural groups. Behavioral interventions and treatment programs for angle-saxon or caucasian [...]

2018-06-14T04:15:40+00:00 April 8th, 2016|Categories: NEWS FEED|Tags: |0 Comments

Study Reveals How Autistic Children Feel when Talking about Emotions

Researchers from the University of Vermont studied how autistic children (between the ages of 6 and 12) respond to conversations, especially around the ones that involve emotional exchange. The results thus obtained are thought to be of immense help to speech therapists, who need to interact with kids on the Autism spectrum on a regular [...]

2018-06-14T02:10:06+00:00 April 8th, 2016|Categories: NEWS FEED, SENSORY, COGNITIVE & COMMUNICATION|Tags: |0 Comments

Using iPads and Other Tablets for Autism Treatment

The iPad is a wonderful visual tool. We all know that. What we don’t is it gives wonderful results to children with Autism. ASD children, as we know it, are stronger with visual skills compared to others. Additionally, the activities with iPad are repetitive, self-paced, logical and therefore, engaging. However, using tablets like an iPad might [...]

2018-06-14T01:48:59+00:00 April 6th, 2016|Categories: DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT, FOR PARENTS, NEWS FEED, SCHOOLING & LEARNING|Tags: |0 Comments

Reverse Autism Symptoms? Latest MIT Research says “May Be”

The genetic role in Autism is fairly well known. 1 out of every 100 individuals with autism got no Shank3 gene. This is a gene aiding in brain development and plays a critical role. In its absence, individuals develop typical symptoms that closely align to the characteristics of Autism. Social fears or repetitive behaviours, many of [...]

2018-06-13T08:17:46+00:00 April 3rd, 2016|Categories: DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT, NEWS FEED|Tags: |0 Comments

Fine & Gross Motor Skills Development Checklist for Age Level 2 to 5 years

How do gross motor skills develop? Come; let’s have a look at its usual progress. But before that, let's spend a minute to understand what it is and why do we need to talk about Fine and Gross motor skills. Why are Gross Motor Skills Important? Is it for physical fitness and sports? Not just, Gross [...]

10 Activities for Children with Autism that are Awesome Fun

What should Activities for Children with Autism Look Like? In this post, we will talk about 10 such activities for children with Autism that are full of fun! On a second thought, it would be wrong to call them just fun. Any activity should teach something but what more important is that the learning out [...]

2018-06-13T07:17:00+00:00 March 29th, 2016|Categories: RESOURCES, SCHOOLING & LEARNING, SENSORY, COGNITIVE & COMMUNICATION, TOP|Tags: |0 Comments

Types of ADHD

ADD Vs ADHD The term ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) is now officially retired. Yep! It’s true. The term ADD finds no place in medical dictionary nowadays. Medicine or psychology, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is now the only term used. The general public is still using the term “ADD. It’s inaccurate to do so now; it [...]

2018-06-13T06:36:34+00:00 March 16th, 2016|Categories: ADHD, FOR PARENTS, NEWS FEED|Tags: |0 Comments

Physical Therapy for Autism

There’s a difference between quackery and effective measures that are not quite a part of the rulebook. The latter can be said complementary therapies; some of these have shown – when conducted along with mainstream autism treatments – some highly-positive to excellent results. For example, thanks to Steve Dalton for enrolling his son Jaron into a [...]

2018-06-13T06:16:39+00:00 March 16th, 2016|Categories: BEHAVIOR, THERAPY & MEDICATION, DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT, NEWS FEED, TOP|Tags: |0 Comments
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