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disabilityinkidlit.com — — Reviews, articles, and more about the portrayal of disabilities in children's fiction Disability in Kidlit is dedicated to discussing the portrayal of disability in middle grade and young adult literature. We publish articles, reviews, interviews, and discussions examining this topic from various…
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integratedintervention.com — We offer individualized evaluations based on client needs and parent interview. We offer individual and group speech therapy sessions, pragmatic play groups, facilitated play dates, and parent coaching services. The San Francisco Bay Area's Premiere Pediatric Speech and Language Clinic. "We are exc…
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sparkforautism.org — You hold the power to shape the future of autism research. The mission of SPARK — an online research partnership involving 50,000 individuals with autism and their families — is simple. We want to speed up research and advance understanding of autism. Help us spark better futures for all in…
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faces4autism.org — Faces 4 Autism provides autism education and support including behavior therapy, sensory therapy, special education and more in New Jersey
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thetouchpointsolution.com — Home of Buzzies -a new technology that helps people with autism, dealing with stress
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The ability to identify human-like movements is rooted in genetics — and may share those origins with autism traits, a study of 117 twin pairs in China suggests1. The ability to interpret other people’s movements is important for understanding others’ intentions and making social connections. People…
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Women who take acetaminophen early in pregnancy may increase their risk of having a child with language delay — but only if the child is a girl, a new study suggests1. Experts warn that the findings are preliminary, however, and far from having clinical value. Acetaminophen, commonly marketed as Tyl…
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An algorithm combs through genetic data to identify variants involved in autism and four other brain conditions1. The method expands on an older approach called transmission and de novo association (TADA), which combines information about inherited and spontaneous mutations to identify risk genes. L…
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