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Colors of autism spectrum described by researchers - Science Daily

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Colors of autism spectrum described by researchers
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The new system, called the Autism Classification System of Functioning: Social Communication or ACSF:SC, provides a standardized and simplified way for clinicians, therapists, teachers, and parents to talk about a child's social communication abilities ...

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What It Means to Have ADD or ADHD - Daily Nexus

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What It Means to Have ADD or ADHD
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What makes A.D.D./A.D.H.D. extra challenging is that many other mental health conditions can cause the same symptoms. Sleep deprivation, stress reaction, bereavement, depression and anxiety can all cause the exact same difficulties with concentration ...

Learning Disability team win awards for creating new app - Health IT Central

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Learning Disability team win awards for creating new app
Health IT Central
(Barnsley, UK) Barnsley Hospital's Learning Disability team designed a new app recently which will improve care for people with learning disabilities when they visit the South Yorkshire hospital. Technology innovators, health professionals and patients ...

Leveraging Communication with Your Child(ren) - Huffington Post

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Leveraging Communication with Your Child(ren)
Huffington Post
So here's a tip for your next car ride: try no music, no parent questions and no mobile device... the product will be somewhere from a few words to a full-blown conversation; I don't care if they're 5 or 15 years old. When the car is filled with ...

Parents, our children are going viral and it's not always good - WTSP.com

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Parents, our children are going viral and it's not always good
WTSP.com
Also, obviously, let's talk to our kids about not being racist, hateful and mean-spirited. Combine the two talks and you can hopefully have a child get through those awkward years with search results free and clear of public shaming AND stupid mistakes.

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Understanding ADHD - My Eastern Shore

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Understanding ADHD
My Eastern Shore
Professor Lauren Littlefield of the Washington College Psychology Department will offer insights into the thinking process of children with ADHD and share tips for parents and educators to bring out the best in their children and students. The program ...

Math Skills Over the Summer: Fun Learning for Kids with ADHD - ADDitude

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Math Skills Over the Summer: Fun Learning for Kids with ADHD
ADDitude
Your summer days are numbered — in more ways than one! Use these nine tricks to keep your child's math skills sharp, even when school is out. by Lindsay Hutton. + More Print. A child with ADHD improving math skills over summer by running a lemonade ...

Rare cancers may masquerade as ADHD in children, NIH researchers suggest - National Institutes of Health (press release)

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Rare cancers may masquerade as ADHD in children, NIH researchers suggest
National Institutes of Health (press release)
Rare tumors called pheochromocytomas and paragangliomas may cause the same symptoms as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children, leading to inappropriate treatment that could worsen their symptoms and potentially endanger their ...
Rare cancers share symptoms with ADHD in children - studyRT
ADHD Diagnosis May Actually Be a Rare Tumor, Say NIH ResearchersAJMC.com Managed Markets Network
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Can child prodigies help us understand autism? - Washington Post

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Can child prodigies help us understand autism?
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First there is the endlessly fascinating connection between high intelligence and behavior on the autism spectrum — something we've glibly mythologized in such stereotypes as the absent-minded professor and the geeky tech guy. Second is Ruthsatz's ...

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Some Summer Camps Rejecting Diabetic Children - Hartford Courant

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Some Summer Camps Rejecting Diabetic Children
Hartford Courant
At the first sign of his recovery, Caleb's parents, Laura Hastillo and Carolyn Maloney of Tolland, resolved to work as hard they could to give Caleb, now 8, the same kind of life as any active child. His school has been accommodating, and Caleb has ...

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