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Research Autism – UK Charity dedicated to research about autism interventions
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Research Autism – UK Charity dedicated to research about autism interventions

Research Autism is the only UK charity that is exclusively dedicated to research into interventions in autism. ‘We carry out high quality, independent research into new and existing health, education, social and other interventions. Our goal is the improvement...
Aquatic Therapy Improves Quality of Life for Children with Autism – Part 2
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Aquatic Therapy Improves Quality of Life for Children with Autism – Part 2

Aquatic therapy provides an environment uniquely suited to the special needs of children on the autism spectrum. To recap the first article, water has the right amount of hydrostatic pressure that makes an autistic child feel safe and supported, at the same ti...
Aquatic Therapy Enhances Quality of Life for Children with Autism
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Aquatic Therapy Enhances Quality of Life for Children with Autism

With the broad spectrum of special needs associated with autism, it is good that the spectrum is also receptive to a wide range of intervention methods. Children diagnosed with autism enter life with serious challenges. Learning can be difficult. Communication...
Massage Therapy for Children with Autism Requires Further Research
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Massage Therapy for Children with Autism Requires Further Research

Massage therapy has been growing in popularity as a treatment for children with autism. Massage therapists provide deep pressure massage and therapeutic touch to children while avoiding light touch. These practitioners also train parents of children with a...
CureMark preparing for the submission of treatment for autism: enzyme replacement therapy
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CureMark preparing for the submission of treatment for autism: enzyme replacement therapy

CureMark, a New York based company has raised $18.5 million to aid its preparation for a new treatment that they believe will answer some of the problems regarding autism. Claiming to be the pioneer in researching and testing of the condition’s underlying phys...
Eating Made Palatable and Fun for Children with Autism
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Eating Made Palatable and Fun for Children with Autism

Autism affects every area of a person’s life, even the daily arena of eating. Many children who are not diagnosed on the autism spectrum simply pick up their fork and start eating, even thought they might be inclined to skip over the greens. There are no trigg...