Month: December 2017

B.E.S.T. had been held on Career Pathways Expo

We’re excited ???? to be at  ???? Career Pathways Expo ????  yesterday ! Did you meet us there????? If no, see the photos ???? ????

Swimmers take part in new Autism Society swim program

  DOWNTOWN AKRON — The Autism Society of Greater Akron (ASGA) announced the inaugural class of 23 students who graduated from its Swimming with Autism class, a water safety program designed especially for individuals with autism. “We want to congratulate all the graduates, instructors and parents who made up this first class,” said Lisa Thompson,…
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Santa brings ‘tears of joy’

  DANVILLE — A trip to see Santa Claus at the mall is no small feat for any family, but it can be near impossible for children with special needs. That’s why Lori Acree and Puzzled Minds of Vermilion County offer a unique experience to alleviate the stress normally associated with crowded and noisy photo…
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Study shows interventions, though few, can be effective for students with high-functioning autism

  LAWRENCE — Across the country, more and more young people are being diagnosed as with autism spectrum disorder, including those with high-functioning autism. Yet there is little research into how to help educators serve students with high-functioning autism, especially adolescents in middle and high school settings. New research from the University of Kansas shows…
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Vitamin D Deficiency Can Hike Autism Risk: Study

If your child is suffering from autism then there is a possibility that the child has faced the deficiency of Vitamin D at a tender age. Recently a study has proved the fact that at the time of birth, lack of Vitamin D increases the risk of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) by the age of three. The research…
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