On May 20, 2013, My Positive Perspective aired an episode with an organization called Surfer's Healing.
German employers with at least 20 staff members are legally required to ensure that at least five per cent of these jobs go to severely disabled people.
Germany's SAP to recruit people with autism
Autism is a developmental disorder characterized by difficulties in communicating, emotional detachment, and rigid or repetitive behavior. But some people with mild autism can perform complex mathematical tasks much better than the average population.
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Children's Specialized Hospital is proud to announce the 2013 Walk n' Roll, sponsored by Kohl's Cares, raised a record $225,000 to benefit the nation's largest pediatric rehabilitation system dedicated to treating children affected by brain injury, spinal cord injury, premature birth, autism, developmental delays, and life-changing illnesses.
The Associated Press in the United States has picked up on a media story from the United Kingdom that blames Dr.
Foundation is known for its ongoing philanthropic work in Africa - Honorees will attend from Burundi, Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Uganda, Zimbabwe, and nine other African nations.
The international law firm, Greenberg Traurig LLP, was a graduate sponsor of the 2013 Advocates for Children of New York spring benefit on May 15 at Three Sixtya- in Tribeca.
Eduardo Sandoval, a severely autistic man living in a residential …
The Muskingum County Sheriff's Office said the incident happened Saturday at a camp site in front of 3505 Stillwell Road in Dresden.
… autism. “Are you aware that Mr. Berger has been diagnosed with autism … director of communications for the Autism Society of North Carolina, said … “no one- size-fits-all definition of autism.” But the developmental disability usually … his autism diagnosis. When pressed after the hearing about the autism diagnosis …
Autism insurance mandate wins in Minnesota
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Under the new rules, state-regulated health plans would have to pay for any autism treatment that's considered medically necessary for children up to age 18. The most intensive programs provide one-on-one therapy for up to 40 hours a week, often in the ...
Gov. Robert Bentley talks to the media after signing the Alabama Accountability Act of 2013 Thursday, March 14, 2013, at the Capitol in Montgomery, Ala.
The Miami-Dade school district is about to shake up its staff to prepare for a changing statewide education curriculum, brace for federal budget cuts and embark on $1.2 billion in construction projects.
It differs from the childhood autism described by the renowned American physician and psychiatrist Leo do not show delay in forming their first spoken words, but do show notable symptoms that may present challenges in accurately ascertaining their intelligence.
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… of Asperger’s syndrome. (The autism spectrum disorder is a relatively … ’s or she’s got autism. [They said] she’s just …
Scientists link autism with lack of gut bacteria
Scientists say the finding shows the essential role gut bacteria plays in the development of normal social behaviour and they point out that gut problems are common in people with autism, a disorder characterised by alterations in social behaviour ...
Marian Bradfield's song "Unlucky Child" has struck a chord with many parents - and not in a good way.
A music school for deprived teenagers in east London and two schools for autistic children are among the latest free schools in England to be approved.
This May 6, 2013 photo shows composer Burt Bacharach posing for a portrait in promotion of his memoir, "Anyone Who Had A Heart: My Life and Music," in New York.