Virtual Reality program may empower police to better understand mental illness — Search Results

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Virtual reality program may empower police to better understand

These Startups Are Using AI and Virtual Reality to Fight Mental Illne

Virtual Reality is Poised to Change the Mental Illness Landscape

Virtual Reality’s Latest Use? Diagnosing Mental Illness | WIRED

Virtual reality therapy has real-life benefits for some mental disorders

Empathy Lessons: Training Police To Understand People

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How Mindful are you right now — Search Results

I decided to do a few searches related to Aspergers, here are a few links that might be helpful. I’ve attached them as a spreadsheet file.

I’ve organized some search results using the following questions:

How mindfulness can help teachers and students — The Atlantic
Connection between Aspergers and Executive Function
how mindfulness can help with executive function pdf

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how mindfulness can help with executive function pdf — SEARCH RESULTS

Mindfulness in Children | Mindfulness and ADHD

Blog Archive Mindfulness Practice Improves Executive Functioning

How You Can Help Your Child With Executive Functioning Issues

Sustainability of a Mindfulness-Based

www.mindfulschools.org.icohttps://www.mindfulschools.org/pdf/Mindful-Schools-Study-Highlights.pdf

course, which explains how to establish mindfulness in the classroom, how it can helpwith classroom management, etc… (2010). Effects of Mindful Awareness Practices on Executive Functions in Elementary School Children. Journal of Applied School Psychology, 26:1, 70-95.

(PDF) Inside the mindful mind: How mindfulness enhances emotion…

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may help reveal precisely why mindfulness helps to. improve executive control and consequently emotion. Intervention group also showed significant enhancement in acceptance and mindful attention. Conclusions: The results provide further support that mindfulness based cognitive therapy…

How Mindfulness Can Help Caregivers | Child Mind Institute

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How mindfulness helps. Latham’s attitude of acceptance reflects a "mindfulness" approach, or a focus on the reality of the here and now. Becoming more thoughtful and less emotional helps parents feel more in control. Dr. Goldstein says your calm response helps kids calm down, too.

Mindfulness | Self-Improvement

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983. How Can Mindfulness Help? Specifically. • Executive Function: Impaired executive function in individuals with Asperger’s can result in the person being uninhibited and impulsive.activation to dampen the sympathetic nervous system/hypothalamic-pituitaryadrenal axis feedback loops.

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Microsoft Backing Inclusive Technology

Microsoft Backing Inclusive Technology
The company is funding a speech recognition app to help people with communication challenges and a chatbot that prepares those with disabilities for job interviews, among other projects. Read More >
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Ann’s Autism Blog: Autistic People. So, new Research. Different social skills, not broken ones.

Ann’s Autism Blog — Thanks to Char Brandl for this post

Monday, 13 May 2019

This year, at the international autism conference, INSAR 2019, a session and poster by a team of well respected researchers at the University of Edinburgh who dared to question this idea that autism = broken social skills. They are presenting their research at various events.

https://infogram.com/diversity-in-social-intelligence-participant-summary-1hnq41ppmyvk43z?live

"In essence, what we are demonstrating for the first time is that autistic people’s social behaviour includes effective communication and effective social interaction, in direct contradiction of the diagnostic criteria for autism. We have, for the first time, uncovered empirical evidence that there is a form of social intelligence that is specific to autistic people."

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Autism Search: Autism and transition to adulthood

Coming of Age: Autism and the Transition to Adulthood

Transition Programs for Low and High functioning autism – YouTube

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All Autism disorders merge under the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Because Autismis determined in the early years of ages 2 -3, physical activity is very The name of the program is called SPA and is based off the program The Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related…

How to help young adults with autism transition to adulthood | Spectrum

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Our program teaches the children how to recognize their own emotions, have conversations, solve problems and build genuine friendships. We created a curriculum for young adults with autism that helps them to better manage the stress and challenges associated with the transition to adulthood.

Transition Program for Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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For people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), this transition can be very difficult without special supports that are often unavailable. Besides providing a much needed service for young adults with ASD, the Transition Program also gives practicum students an opportunity to practice their skills and…

Transition Time: Helping Individuals on the Autism Spectrum Move…

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Educational Programming. Individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) may have greater difficulty in shifting attention from one task to another or in changes of routine. Transition strategies are techniques used to support individuals with ASD during changes in or disruptions to activities…

Autism – Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health

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Key principles of our autism programs: Person-centered: services are individualized and flexible to meet the unique needs of each student/individual. Collaborative: all programswork closely with each individual/family/caregiver, and related community members to maximize each individual’s potential.

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Dell Hiring Program Aims To Create Opportunity For Adults With ASD

Dell Hiring Program Aims To Create Opportunity For Adults With ASD
After a successful pilot, tech giant Dell Technologies is expanding its autism hiring program. Read More >

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Watch “AMERICA’S PEDIATRICIAN REVEALS SHOCKING AUTISM DISCOVERY” — please forward to our members

https://youtu.be/Bjvjf4MnFqc

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Watch “Kerri Rivera and Dr. Seneff – Chlorine Dioxide destroys Glyphosate” from autism international conference

Al, the phrase "autism global conference" brings up only six results on Google – they are clearly not a major name in the autism community, despite claiming to be "leaders in autism research." Further, their website mentions "autism recovery" as though autism were a disease to recover from, rather than a lifelong developmental difference, as it is understood in professional circles. Specifically, they claim it’s an autoimmune disorder despite this not being accepted in mainstream science or psychiatry. Their euphemism of "biomedical alternatives" is simply a way of saying non-scientific or unresearched actions. Their website also includes parent testimonials, which is almost always a red flag of someone peddling an untested, poorly-investigated, or quack "therapy." Properly vetted therapies do not need to be promoted through testimonials; they are promoted through professionals reading the research or implementing policies and procedures based on research.

The particular study cited along with this was published in 2006 in the journal Water Research, which clearly is not a neurological or gastrointestinal journal. Credible autism-related research should come more or less exclusively from neurological or biomedical journals, not journals dedicated to subjects only remotely related to autism. The abstract of the research article indicates that it is about a specific kind of chemical reaction that takes place in drinking water, and (so far as I can see) makes no mention of this having any effect on the human body.

It’s also important to note that the "leaky gut" notion is not new; it’s been around for at least a decade or so. At best, it’s controversial, but it must be said that mainstream medicine does not accept it. At worst, it’s a fraud or an error based on simplistic misdiagnosis and no credible evidence; for example, see:

https://www.badgut.org/information-centre/a-z-digestive-topics/leaky-gut-syndrome/

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/leaky-gut-syndrome/

and

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/leaky-brain-leaky-gut-are-they-real/

Just because someone claims to be a researcher doesn’t mean they’re credible, and even some actual researchers are not respected within the wider biomedical science community.

In short, and I have to stand firm on this, there appears to be nothing valid or of genuine interest to our constituents here.

-Scott

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The real victims of the college admissions scams are people with disabilities

Opinion | The real victims of the college admissions scams are people with disabilities
The parents accused of faking their children’s learning disabilities could make it harder for… more

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