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Meet The Adorable Julia, ‘Sesame Street’ First-Ever Muppet With Autism

Autism Daily Newscast first reported on the initiative, entitled “See Amazing in All Children,”  in the summer o f 2104. It started with a photo-op at the Empire State Building with Sesame Street character Abby Cadabby and Bob and Suzanne Wright, the co-founders of Autism Speaks. According to a press release on the Autism Speaks blog, […]

Researchers hope to revolutionize autism diagnosis through Autism & Beyond app

New York — A team of researchers from Duke are hoping to revolutionize how autism is diagnosed in young children through an iPhone app called ‘Autism & Beyond’. The researchers are working closely with Apple in hopes of improving how autism is diagnosed in children today. Due to the surge of the number of children […]

Autism book nominated for Samuel Johnson Prize

London — Steve Silberman’s “Neurotribes”, a book that explores autism, has been nominated for a Samuel Johnson Prize.  Autism Daily Newscast book review can be read here. The Samuel Johnson Prize is the leading literary award-giving body in the U.K. It recognizes non-fiction books written in the English language, and has been named after essayist […]

Insights into Autism with Paddy-Joe Moran

Autism and Anxiety – Part 1 – why are people with autism more likely to experience anxiety?

Anxiety is something that can affect anyone. It can cause feelings of nervousness, fear and stress, as well as making those that suffer from it physically ill. Anxiety can come in small amounts, or it can be so extreme that those affected can not bring themselves to leave the house. It`s well known that people […]

Parent’s Corner

A is for Autism

A is for Autism I came to the party rather late in life.   Autism entered my experience via a little 10 year-old boy. (Well not so little as he was tall even then and was well over 6 feet by the age of 13.) I knew nothing about autism. I had encountered a number of challenged […]

Exploring Autism

Autism and medication. A Spoonful of Sugar?

Now to the controversial area of medication. While it is certainly worth trying a sensory and dietary approach first it would be foolish to ignore the fact that the correct medication – given in the right amount – can help at times. A sweeping statement? No. Firstly it is based on my own experience of […]

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