Press Releases with tag "Autism"
Biologist to Talk About Evolution and Modern Life at Behavior Analysis Convention in Minneapolis
Noted biologist and writer Marlene Zuk, Ph.D., will talk about Paleofantasy: What Evolution Really Tells Us About Modern Life during the Presidential Scholar’s Address at the Association for Behavior Analysis International 2013 Annual Convention.
Mumzworld Supports Walk For Autism With Silver Sponsorship
On Saturday 20th April Mothers and Members of Mumzworld.com joined together at Za’abeel Park in Dubai to offer their strength, time and understanding to those families and friends of autism sufferers
Helping Autistic Teens Reach Their Potential
Innovative Autism Network announces launch of Connections Teen Program to help address lack in services.
Austin Dog Alliance Celebrates Its “New Hope Ranch” in Cedar Park with Grand Opening Gala
Austin Dog Alliance, the nonprofit known for its therapy-dog work with youth on the autism spectrum, will celebrate the opening of its 7-acre teaching campus with music, magic, and silent auction on March 23.
A Surprising Real Life Example How Playing Piano Can Grow the Brains of Even Special Needs Children.
This beautiful and moving story exemplifies the true potential of how playing piano can be a surprisingly effective (and now simple) therapy for all kinds of brain disorders and challenges, and new resilient, regenerative powers of the human brain.
Austin Dog Alliance Receives $100,000 Meadows Foundation Grant
The Austin Dog Alliance received a $100,000 grant from the Meadows Foundation and opened its new facility in Cedar Park, Texas, where it will continue its work using therapy dogs to teach social skills to youth on the autism spectrum, among other pro
Autism Live Host Will Shave Her Head On Air April 8th to Promote Compassion in Action
Host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod, will shave her head live on air April 8th to promote Compassion in Action.
Behavior Analysis Center for Autism Offers State-of-the-Art Programming in Intensive Therapy Clinics
The Behavior Analysis Center for Autism (BACA) is now offering its state-of-the-art programming in a variety of intensive therapy clinic models.
New Book on Autism Comes to Grips with Vaccination/Autism Issue.
One of the most heated debates regarding Autism today revolves around whether or not vaccinations or their additives have linkage to autism. The answer may be more complex than many believe.
The World Needs All Kinds Of Minds: A Rare Intimate Conversation With Temple Grandin
Dr. Jamie Turndorf will be conducting a rare, one-on-one interview with Temple Grandin, the world-famous autistic doctor of animal science and professor at Colorado State University, bestselling author, and autism activist.
The Association for Behavior Analysis International Comes to Portland
ABAI Will Host Its Seventh Annual Autism Conference, Novel Autism Solutions for Practitioners, Parents, and Researchers, in Portland, OR at the end of January.
Autism Life Coaches in Every Community!
Autism Life Coaches are dedicated to helping children with Autism and their families in meeting their goals for a happy and fulfilled life.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders Partners with Paper Clouds Apparel to Launch Custom-Ordered Shirts Designed by Children with Autism
The product line, which features high-quality bamboo shirts, prints and greeting cards utilizes artwork created by clients of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) and will launch on www.papercloudsapparel.com beginning January 7.
Autism Organizations Urge Secretary Sebelius To Protect Individuals With Autism By Clarifying That ABA Therapy Is A Benefit Under The Affordable Care Act
National autism organizations are urging citizens to sign a petition that seeks to ensure that ABA therapy is included as a benefit under the Affordable Care Act, rescinding the power from individual state lawmakers.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders Launches Mission Possible Video Series Showcasing Portraits of Hope for Families of Children with Autism
Center for Autism and Related Disorders premieres an online video series called "Mission Possible: Portraits of Hope" this month on http://portraits-of-hope.centerforautism.com.
New Book on Autism Stirs Interest
A new book entitled Autism: An Ancient Foe Becomes a Modern Scourge —the return of a stealth bacteria, by Lawrence Broxmeyer, M.D. makes a well-documented case for the fact that a stealth pathogen, eluding today’s diagnostics , is behind autism.
Alternative Medicine Center Holistic Wellness Of Charlotte Moved To A New Location
A health clinic that utilizes acupuncture, herbology, homeopathy, cold laser, and light therapy moved to a new location and now is located at 1341 East Morehead Street, Suite 102, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28204.
Autism Expert Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh to Host Live Web Show Wednesdays on Autism-Live.com, Beginning November 7th
World-renowned autism expert Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh will host a live web show called “Ask Dr. Doreen” each Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. on www.autism-live.com, beginning November 7, 2012.
The IMums Named Top App Resource For Children With Special Needs
The iMums' are very honored to be included in a round-up of top websites for educational apps featured on the 60 Minutes website alongside some other great resources like Apps for Homeschooling, Appy Mall and Smart Apps for Kids.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders to Host Free Autism Insurance Seminars to Help Parents Gain Access to Coverage
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) will host two free seminars in Alexandria, Va. on November 29 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. and from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. to help parents and practitioners understand the autism insurance changes that took eff
Hope Flies Health Series Featuring Actress Holly Robinson Peete and Medical Experts On Autism, Parkinson’s and Mitochondrial Disease
The Foundation for Mitochondrial Medicine is launching the inaugural Hope Flies Health Series: An Evening with Holly Robinson Peete.
Dog-Assisted Social Skill Training to Feature at Texas Autism Conference
Austin Dog Alliance will demonstrate unique animal-assisted social skill training for youth on the autism spectrum at the Texas Autism Conference on Saturday, October 13.
Austin Dog Alliance Inks Deal on Land for New, Larger Facilities
Austin Dog Alliance acquires 7+ acres to build its Forever Home, expand programs for children with autism, job skills training programs for at-risk youth, summer camps, and dog rescue programs.
Austin Dog Alliance Will Use Therapy Dogs to Teach Job Skills to Youth with Disabilities.
Austin Dog Alliance “K9 Club Careers with Dogs” will focus on job training for youth with disabilities. Program awarded funding by Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services.
Austin Dog Alliance Receives Planet Dog Foundation Grant
The Austin Dog Alliance received a grant from nationally known Planet Dog Foundation to continue its work using therapy dogs to teach social skills to youth on the autism spectrum, among other programs.