Archive | May, 2016

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The Evolution of Autism

A new contribution has been written byΒ David Pino, a school psychologist, He has worked in education for the last 20 years. David has significant experience and expertise with learning disabilities, psychological evaluations, behavior, and special education.Β He is currently serving as an educational advocate to assist families with the special education process.   What is Autism? […]

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Twenty Facts About Autism You’ll Want to Know

I have a great contribution from Paul Napier, who is the executive director of Reaching Milestones. Reaching Milestones is one of the leading providers of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in Jacksonville. They are a privately owned organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with disabilities by providing highly-effective, research-based behavioral interventions. Since […]

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Can Diet Help Children with Autism?

Here is an article that was written by Julie Matthews, a top US biomedical autism diet/nutrition specialist and Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) Practitioner, helps parents recover children from autism. She is a parent/physician educator and creator of “Nourishing Hope for Autism: Nutrition Intervention for Healing Our Children” (Book) and “Cooking to Heal Autism Nutrition and […]

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Understanding the Importance of Respite for Special Needs Parents

Contribution byΒ Dawn Grosvenor, a mother of a daughter who demonstrated signs of autism after three years of age. After formally being diagnosed as PDD-NOS, recognized as an Autism Spectrum Disorder, a new search for autism treatments, materials, classes and teachers ensued. Dawn’s search for appropriate materials and activities went from frustration to passion. HOPELights serves […]

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