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Top Autism Stories of 2015

Top Autism Stories of 2015

An end-of-the-year GoogleScholar.com search for publications using the term AUTISM returned ~ 58,000 entries: √ Treatment = 32,000 results √ Diagnosis = 19,000 items √ Cause = 19,000 records √ Prevention = 10,000 entries Here are the stories that represent this...
An Autism Christmas Story: If It’s Good Enough For John-Boy

An Autism Christmas Story: If It’s Good Enough For John-Boy

by Karen Vossen Practice Administrator Child Development Center of America Today, I was wrapping my children’s presents. Maybe it was the 6 cups of coffee, maybe it’s the menopause, or maybe I am just a sentimental Mom. I got a little sad and shed some tears. I...
Get Your Child Off the Couch and Out of the House

Get Your Child Off the Couch and Out of the House

I watched a tv commercial recently, recommending that families should play outdoors for at least an hour a day. “The NFL PLAY 60 Challenge teaches educators and children to integrate health and fitness into daily classroom lessons.” What a great idea! It...
Escaping the Spectrum: Focus Attention Hyperactivity

Escaping the Spectrum: Focus Attention Hyperactivity

“Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions.” Late November, 2015 Note to the teacher: We will be going down to the Dr. in South Florida.  If you have any new concerns with him academically, socially, etc, please let me know and I...
Going Beyond Biomedical ADHD Treatments

Going Beyond Biomedical ADHD Treatments

Message from TheAutismDoctor.com Mobile Site: 11.29.2015 “Dr. Udell, my six year old grandson has autism. He was diagnosed right after his 2nd Birthday. He is in a special needs kindergarten class and has speech, occupational, and physical therapy regularly. He...