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Al Kutil akutil86 "The progress of a State is born in Temperance, Justice, and Providence."
http://newscdn.newsrep.net/h5/nrshare.html?id=039D71231410100001_us&r=3&lan=en_US&pid=9&app_lan=&mcc=310&declared_lan=&pubaccount=ocms_0 Please forward to our group and your friends if you like. While these Concepts sound easy to practice, I assure you, they’re not! I still catch myself when I’m not doing the best job at being a good listener, … Continue reading
The Arc Wisconsin office just reopened this last December and is trying to grow the presence of The Arc in our state to better support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. We would appreciate your help. Either … Continue reading
Programs For Autistic Adults Adult Services | Autism Speaks Adults with Autism | Families and Adults Resource Library Autism and Employment Easterseals | Services for Adults with Autism Services for Adults with Autism – The MENTOR … Continue reading
http://med.stanford.edu/autismcenter.html The Stanford Autism Center at Packard Children’s Hospital is dedicated to providing specialized clinical services and advancing research in Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Social Motion Skills | Autism, Houston, Texas, for children and adolescents with social learning deficits and autism spectrum disorders – Blog – The Social Scoop
http://www.socialmotionskills.org/blog READ this interesting article that investigates the breakthroughs and gaps in autism. Social Motion is doing our part by providing services for all ages. From transition to driving to young adult social groups to cooking, we have you in … Continue reading
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http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(17)30239-0/fulltext?cc=y= Sesame Street, a world famous children’s television programme, recently introduced its first autistic character, 4-year-old Julia.1 The decades-old programme, in a 10 min video, has shown its young target audience some characteristics and behaviours of an autistic child, demonstrated … Continue reading