THE NEW FORTY AuSome Indeed! ;-)
I have written about my views on autism many times in my blog. It has been a topic that has been near and dear to my heart since I discovered close to six years ago that my grandson Noah Jr. was on th... Posted on 5/25/13 at 10:19 PM
COBBERS ON THE BRAIN Autism and Xenobiotics
Methylation and redox buffering activities are equally supported by the methionine cycle and transsulfuration during normal redox conditions. [However], during oxidative stress multiple adaptive mecha... Posted on 12/15/12 at 4:21 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Autism spectrum disorder pilot project passes Legislature
BISMARCK--The North Dakota Legislature has approved an autism spectrum disorder pilot program.
Senate Bill 2268 allows the Department of Human Services to use up to $200,000 for a regional autism spe... Posted on 4/20/11 at 1:49 PM
ON MY MIND Learning about Autism
I don't have anyone in my family or know anyone in my circle of friends who hasAutism, so I had not paid attention to it.
Yesterday Mn/DOT offered a brown bag presentation aboutAutism Spectrum Disord... Posted on 4/15/11 at 1:14 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Temple Grandin
Showing animals some kindness and understanding life from their
perspective has been a concern for good farmers for a long time, it
became fashionable January 16th, 2011-more on that later.
Temple ... Posted on 1/21/11 at 6:12 AM
Sandy Smith formed the North Dakota Autism Center from her kitchen table in 2006, not long after her young son, Tyler, was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Today, Smith will oversee a groundbreaking ceremony to mark construction of a new 6,700-square-foot home for the organization in West Fargo.
Men who have children when they are older are more likely to have grandchildren with autism, according to a study which shows for the first time that risk factors for autism may build up over generations.
When her son, Ethan, was diagnosed with autism at age 2 in fall 2005, Jalene Suda devoted herself completely to his recovery. She quit a good job to stay home and marshal every available resource to free her son from this complex, isolating brain disorder.
“Music truly is the universal language,” said music therapist Anna Driscoll. “Whether or not we have the ability to communicate in the first place, music has the ability to bridge the gap. Music is able to express feelings we can’t ourselves.”
Two apparently unrelated searches for autistic boys in Wisconsin ended with opposite outcomes Wednesday as one was found dead in a Dane County retention pond and the other was discovered safe along the banks of the Mississippi River in Pierce County, authorities said.
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