Month: April 2018

Icelandic boy creates large Titanic replica with Legos. How it helps with his autism ?

A huge replica of the Titanic went on display Monday at a Tennessee museum. It’s 26 feet long and 5 feet tall – and made of Legos. The creator: A 10-year-old boy from Iceland. Brynjar Karl Birgisson built the model over an 11-month span using about 56,000 of the toy pieces, according to a Q&A session he…
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Using Cord Blood to Alleviate the Symptoms of Autism

What is cord blood? How is it isolated? Cord blood is the blood left in the umbilical cord following the birth of a baby. The collection process for cord blood is always secondary to the wellbeing of the mother and baby. It is carefully extracted when the baby has been separated from the cord and…
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Take Care: What to know about children with autism

How the senses affect children living with ASD In order to do everyday tasks, our brain needs information to be able to think, problem solve, plan and organize. That information comes in through our senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste, smell, balance and movement), and is quickly sorted and distributed throughout the brain. Each brain center…
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