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Fred Rogers

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praacticalaac.org — PrAACtical AAC supports a community of professionals and families who are determined to improve the communication and literacy abilities of people with significant communication difficulties. It was founded in 2011 by two SLP professors, Carole Zangari and the late Robin Parker, around a shared pass…
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carautismroadmap.org — Center for Autism Research - Car Autism Roadmap -  Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
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autismsupportnetwork.com — Free autism education and peer support community for adults, parents and children seeking information and support for ASD.
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myautismteam.com — Autism Parents Support Online | Autism Social Network - MyAutismTeam - MyAutismTeam is the social network for parents of kids with autism. Get the emotional support you need from others like you, and gain practical advice and insights on managing treatment or therapies for autism.
26.04.2019 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch
friendshipcircle.org — Friendship Circle creates friendship in the lives of individuals with special needs and those facing isolation while providing an opportunity to become a contributing member of the community. Through our programming, Friendship Circle aims to promote an inclusive community that values all individual…
07.12.2018 · 0 comments · From gary_jesch
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The hemispheres in autistic people’s brains are more symmetrical than those of their typical peers, according to the largest imaging study to explore this relationship1. It is unclear what this difference means, however. Typical people’s brains show a slight asymmetry between the left and right hemi…
7 hours ago · From Spectrum News
“Have some compassion. Just let people be.”Source: The Autism Site
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Michael got sick of being told "no" by potential employers, so he created his own dream job instead.Source: The Autism Site
7 hours ago · From The Autism Site
I lived only half a childhood. Friendships were difficult, because I often did not know what to say. I had little patience for small talk and a dislike of new situations. Thrust into unfamiliar surroundings, my whole body would warm, my hands would shake, and I would feel a tightening in my chest an…
Yesterday · From Spectrum News
I have studied autism for almost 50 years now. My focus on the condition was not planned. Rather, it was a product of being in the presence of extraordinary researchers, clinicians and trainees who challenged me to keep evolving as our understanding of autism evolved. The most important factor in my…
Yesterday · From Spectrum News