Blog Posts - Autism Spectrum



Monday Matters – Diversity in Publishing and Beyond

The other day I read a couple of blog posts about diversity in publishing. They were posted by a publisher who publishes diverse books. I was super excited at first, but then I realized “diversity” in these posts meant race, gender, and gender id...
by The West Corner on Feb 29, 2016

Monday Matters – The Truth about Autism

  When I was a kid, autism was uncommon and most people had never heard of it or had any idea what it was. Thanks to the hard work of a lot of people over a number of years, that has changed. Nearly everyone has heard of autism and knows somethi...
by The West Corner on Feb 15, 2016

Special Needs Preschool Classroom Prepares Kids for Kindergarten

A special needs preschool classroom prepares kids for kindergarten who are on the autism spectrum or have language delays. The difference in readiness allows them […]...
by How To Learn on Dec 28, 2015

Life Skills Classes for College Students on the Autism Spectrum

As a teacher of life skills classes for college students on the Autism spectrum, Rebecca Zebrowski wanted to know more about what really made her […]...
by How To Learn on Dec 7, 2015

Facing the Crossroads of an Autism Spectrum Parent

    I worked for our local school district last year. I am the president-elect of our PTA and chair or co-chair of four other PTA areas as well as serve as room representative. I am that parent who tries to help and make their children̵...
by My Sweet Sanity on Oct 23, 2015

Autism and Geek Culture

Today’s blog post was written by an American Sign Language public school teacher who has taught children on the Autism Spectrum, including Gemma, who is pictured here. As we reach the end of April, we are also reaching the end … Continue...
by Therefore I Geek on May 1, 2015

Neurofeedback for the Autism Spectrum

Anecdotal reports of the use of NeurOptimal® neurofeedback for those on the autism spectrum typically describe improvements in language and social functioning and decreases in anxiety and self-soothing behaviors. Supporting these observations, a ...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Apr 20, 2015

Health Fitness Client Template 

New SBSB Client Fitness  Data Template. Excited to work with my Current Clients and Online Clients around the world with this new SBSB Health template. For every fitness program is important to understand the strong strategy by the fitness speci...
by SUPER BODY, SUPER BRAIN on Mar 15, 2015

5 Things You Will Learn from Siblings with Autism

If you have a sibling—or child—with special needs, it can draw the family closer together and bring unexpected blessings as well.
by Hunter Happenings on Feb 26, 2015

10 Brain Foods to Make you smarter

Wow! @ecowatch features my article “10 Foods that make you smarter” Thanks to Ecowatch one of the largest platforms for a healthier planet for featuring my article based on the nutrition chapter of “Super Body Super Brain” in...
by SUPER BODY, SUPER BRAIN on Feb 19, 2015

Why Hugging My Son with ADHD Is Like Hugging a Butterfly

My nine-year-old son hugged me yesterday afternoon. Really hugged me. He wrapped his skinny arms around my waist and leaned in, resting his head peacefully against my chest. And he stayed there. It was like – for lack of a better explanation &#...
by Scary Mommy on Feb 11, 2015

I Know What Causes Autism

Image via Shutterstock Last week I was surfing the Internet and came across a headline proclaiming autism and circumcision are linked. I couldn’t help myself. I laughed out loud. In no certain order, I have read the following explanations for autis...
by Scary Mommy on Feb 5, 2015

To The Girls Who Mocked My Son At The Mall

Last evening, as I walked through the nearly empty mall with my two youngest, you five girls were behind us by several yards. We had just seen a movie and were in great spirits. We were walking to meet up with four of my older children. We stopped to...
by Scary Mommy on Feb 4, 2015

UK Drug Safety Regulator Issues New Warnings About The Use Of Depakote / Depacon / Depakene By Women During Pregnancy

Updates Information About Extent Of Serious Developmental Disorders Such As Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) As Well As Congenital Malformations And Birth Defects Like Spina Bifida (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) Depakote, Depakote CP, and...
by Drug Injury Watch on Jan 26, 2015

Top 5 Gift Ideas for Toddlers with Special Needs

Eight more days to go and it’s Christmas Day!Some may have finished their Christmas shopping as early as last month, while some had just started going after their list. In my case I haven’t done any Christmas shopping yet, except for the “floor...
by Deliciously Spicy Moments on Dec 18, 2014

SBSB Asia tour finished

Thank you Asia for such a spectacular SBSB tour! Will be back with SBSB and glad that even I leave and go back to NYC my program stays in Asia with a great manager partner and great qualified professionals #superbodysuperbrain...
by SUPER BODY, SUPER BRAIN on Dec 1, 2014

Two Children, One Spectrum: A New Series

If you’re part of the autism community you’ve undoubtedly heard the expression, “If you’ve met one person with autism, then you’ve met one person with autism.” It’s supposed to be ironic in its simplicity. &...

Biomedical Testing Additions At CorePsych

CorePsych The Walsh Team takes biomedical testing to a completely new level through the review of volunteer patients eager to review additional options in the face of years of treatment failure. The post Biomedical Testing Additions At CorePsych appe...
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 26, 2014

Biomedical Testing Additions At CorePsych

CorePsych The Walsh Team takes biomedical testing to a completely new level through the review of volunteer patients eager to review additional options in the face of years of treatment failure. The post Biomedical Testing Additions At CorePsych appe...
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 26, 2014

European Medicines Agency (EMA) Committee Recommends Further Restrictions On Use Of Depakote / Depakene / Depacon By Women Of Childbearing Age

Cites Higher Risks Of Neural Tube Defects Like Spina Bifida, Hypospadias, And Other Birth Defects As Well As Increased Risk Of Autism Spectrum Disorder (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) More restrictions of the use of valproate drugs -- suc...
by Drug Injury Watch on Oct 14, 2014


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