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Music Therapy Is a Risk-Free Therapy for Kids With Autism

Music therapy can help people with autism to improve skills in areas such as communication, social skills, sensory issues, behavior, cognition, perceptual/motor skills, and self-reliance or self-determination.

ScienceDaily: Your source for the latest research news

Breaking science news and articles on global warming, extrasolar planets, stem cells, bird flu, autism, nanotechnology, dinosaurs, evolution — the latest discoveries …

Autism | Brain & Behavior Research Foundation

The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation has awarded more than $14 million to AutismResearch since 1987. … The Latest Research Discoveries …

Societal and cultural aspects of autism – Wikipedia

Autism spectrum disorders received increasing attention from social-science scholars in the early 2000s, with the goals of improving support services and therapies, arguing that autism should be tolerated as a difference not a disorder, and by how autism affects the definition of personhood and identity.

Autism: SAGE Journals

About this journal. Autism is a major, peer-reviewed, international journal, published 8 times a year, providing research of direct and practical relevance to help improve the quality of life for individuals with autism or autism-related disorders.

Recommended reading: Avoiding logic and why advertising needs …

READ MORE: Advertising needs autism . Innovation for the Fatigued. By Alf Rehn. Innovation is moving at a faster pace than ever before, which can take its toll. Alf Rehn, who is professor of innovation at University of Southern Denmark, argues that muddled cliches means innovation has become a boring buzzword that is killing the industry.

SkillCorps® | Autism Knows No Borders; Fortunately, Neither …

SkillCorps® is the Global Autism Project’s innovative volunteer travel program designed to promote, collaboration, communication, and cultural consideration within the field of autismeducation.

Schools Need to Provide Better Support for Kids on the Autism …

Top down thinkers (most people) employ inference and lean on established belief systems, which is beneficial in urgent situations when a decision must be made quickly. Bottom up thinking takes longer, but it is essential for innovation, for creating ideas outside of existing paradigms. Bottom up thinking results in "eureka" moments.

Al Kutil



About akutil86

Diagnosed with Aspergers at 34, this blog chronicles some of the life events I've gone through, and how I hope to help others on the Autism Spectrum. Posts that are personal opinions will be moving to another Wordpress site by the end of the year; for those looking for help with autism, I hope you will continue to visit and spread the word about the articles that most of the time are links to something I read. Please let me know what challenges you are facing, and I will do my best to address them. Thanks for reading my blog!
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