You have to be a Science News subscriber to view this, https://www.sciencenews.org/article/scientists-seek-early-signs-autism, but you can read the entire research article on the Public Library of Science (PLOS) website below. Classification and adaptive behavior prediction of children with autism spectrum disorder based upon multivariate data analysis of markers of oxidative stress and DNA methylation https://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/article?id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005385
There are several options in getting around in the Philippines such as walking, bicycle, tricycle, jeepney, hiring a driver, or if well off – owning a vehicle, scooter or motorcycle. For one family who was in need of some transportation to get family members to the doctor and for back and forth to the market,
Four apartment housing project I built in the Sta Rita Barangay in Guiguinto is finished. Four units at 40 square meters each and already populated. Blessing by the local Father from the Barangay church, tradition of tossing coins inside for the young ones and some good food!
Outstanding time at this years family-friendly, and autism friendly, Color Festival hosted by South Pasadena Educational Foundation! The Color Festival commemorates the celebration of Spring and is inspired by the Indian tradition of Holi. All of the kids in my sons group from PCDA (Professional Child Development Services) had an awesome time throwing chalk colors
PCDA day visiting the wonderful crew at Fire Station 33!
From the birth of an 8th grade robotics project to KickStarter campaign to helping to change the quality of life for people needing artificial limbs, read the inspiring story of inventor Easton LaChappelle who has put his knowledge and skills towards using technology to help those in need. Please read his story via the Microsoft
It’s sad to say but individuals with disabilities often have a more difficult time finding a job than those who don’t. Enter Collette Divitto of Boston, a 26-year-old young lady with Down syndrome, who has a passion for baking, refusing to be beat by the lack of employment opportunities and who decided to do something
Receiving huge amounts of applications a year, washing over 100,000 cars each year and where 90 percent of the employees are on the autism spectrum, Rising Tide Car Wash is a business built on a primary mission of employing adults with autism. Started in 2013, Rising Tide Car Wash was started by John D’Eri in
With two years to create, Amazing Things Happen is a really well put together animation created by independent animation director Alex Amelines to raise autism awareness while also promoting tolerance and understanding through a unique visual view and perspective of how young children with autism perceive, interact, and react to the world around them. Below