Monthly Archives: April 2016
Actor With Cerebral Palsy
Micah Fowler | Image via Twitter Micah Fowler, who made his acting debut in “ Labor Day ,” will star in ABC’s comedy pilot “Speechless,” Variety reported . Fowler, who has cerebral palsy , will play… Continue reading
A poem by a 10-year-old boy with Apsperger Syndrome (Down Syndrome)
Among other things, he writes: “I am strange. I am new. I imagine you are too.” PHOTO: Pexels A poem by a 10-year-old boy with Apsperger Syndrome (Down Syndrome)… Continue reading
Batman’ Star Julie Newmar — Having a Son With Down Syndrome Taught Me Unconditional Love
Julie Newmar may have been an international sex symbol as Catwoman on TV’s Batman in the 60s, but she tells Closer Weekly that… Continue reading
Pregnancy Spacing And Autism
Data review can’t prove cause-and-effect, but suggests that ideal spacing between children is 2 to 5 years By Maureen Salamon HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, April 7, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Spacing pregnancies in close succession may increase… Continue reading
New Autism Test
Autistim children focus on a speaker’s mouth when that person discusses an emotive topic A new test has being developed to diagnose autism early in children by tracking their movement of their eyes during conversations.
After carrying… Continue reading
World Autism Week
There is wide variety, and differing levels, of severity of symptoms found in children with autism. Picture: Carol Guzy Cape Town – Autism is not a disability – it’s merely a “different operating system”.
For years,… Continue reading
Testing For Workers With Autism
Ultra Testing co-founder Rajesh Anandan People with autism face a variety of obstacles in getting jobs, a factor that puts their rate of unemployment upward of 80 percent.
But it turns out that some of… Continue reading
Local Cerebral Palsy (CP) athletes perform
Aubrey Mathebela congratulates the cerebral palsy (CP) athletes. The team of 18 athletes represented Gauteng in Bloemfontein after taking off on Friday 18.
They competed at the Mangaung Stadium in athletics cerebral palsy… Continue reading
When you think of autism, you probably think of Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man, playing an autistic savant who struggles to communicate on a social level, but is brilliant with numbers.
In reality, this depicts only a… Continue reading