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Autistic Children with Better Motor Skills more Adept at Socializing

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Photo: Toddler playing [13/09/2013] In a new study looking at toddlers and preschoolers with autism, researchers found that children with better motor skills were more adept at socializing and communicating.Autistic Children with Better Motor Skills more Adept at Socializing - Read more

Nearly One-Third of Children with Autism also Have ADHD

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Photo: Smiling children [10/06/2013] Researchers found that nearly one-third of children with ASD also have clinically significant ADHD symptoms. Nearly One-Third of Children with Autism also Have ADHD - Read more

Autism: Many Facets, too Many Clichés

Infantile, atypical or Asperger – for a long time, those have been the common downgrades of autism. But now, a new understanding of the congenital development disorder has established itself: Because no autistic person resembles the other and every one of them shows symptoms of a different strength, experts now rather talk about the autism spectrum disorder (ASD).Autism: Many Facets, too Many Clichés - Read more

Humanoid Robot Helps Train Children with Autism

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Photo: Boy and robot [22/03/2013] Researchers report that children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) paid more attention to a humanoid robot and followed its instructions almost as well as they did those of a human therapist in standard exercises used to develop joint attention skill. Humanoid Robot Helps Train Children with Autism - Read more

Technology in the Classroom Helps Autistic Children Communicate

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Photo: Boy in front of a screen; linked to [10/12/2012] The use of technology in the classroom is nothing new, but a school is breaking new ground by using technology to help pupils with autism communicate more effectively.Technology in the Classroom Helps Autistic Children Communicate - Read more

Early Treatment Sparks Striking Brain Changes in Autism

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Photo: Lonely child sitting on the ground; linked to [16/11/2012] When given early treatment, children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) made significant improvements in behavior, communication, and most strikingly, brain function, Yale School of Medicine researchers report in a new study. Early Treatment Sparks Striking Brain Changes in Autism - Read more

Early Autism Intervention Improves Brain Responses to Social Cues

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Photo: Child watching photo; linked to [09/11/2012] An autism intervention program that emphasizes social interactions improves cognitive skills and brain responses to faces, considered a building block for social skills.Early Autism Intervention Improves Brain Responses to Social Cues - Read more

London 2012: In the Grip of the Paralympics Fever

Long jumpers, javelin throwers and sprinters – the athletes of the Paralympics in London are all fire and flame for the most important competition in the world. The organizers of these events have caught the Paralympics fever as well. In the current documentary on REHACARE.de top athletes speak about their ultimate goals and of their secret fears.London 2012: In the Grip of the Paralympics Fever - Read more

Auxiliary Means: Until the Prosthesis Fits

After accidents and amputations, prosthetics help in replacing missing body parts. However, for the devices to function optimally, they have to be fitted well to the wearer. A comprehensive process – from manufacturing to walking training. Auxiliary Means: Until the Prosthesis Fits - Read more

Dementia: Understanding the Patient Brings Better Care

Patients suffering from dementia often cannot articulate themselves clearly. If they constantly shout out incomprehensible words or even react aggressively towards their surrounding, it can be a difficult situation for the people caring for them. Scientists are therefore researching support possibilities to unburden the interaction for both parties...Dementia: Understanding the Patient Brings Better Care - Read more

Autism: Children Benefit from Early, Intensive Therapy

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[02/01/2012] Researchers of the University of Missouri found that children who receive more intensive therapy to combat social-communication impairments, especially at early ages, achieve the best outcomes. Autism: Children Benefit from Early, Intensive Therapy - Read more

Transitioning Children with Autism to School

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[07/11/2011] A University of California, Riverside education professor has started recruiting children for a first-of-its-kind study that will assess how children with autism adapt to the early school years and identify predictors that will lead to a successful transition.Transitioning Children with Autism to School - Read more

REHACARE 2011: The price of inclusion

Accessibility and inclusion - these are the goals set by legislation and lobbyists for disabled people. Not just integration, but the right of full social acceptance of each person as an individual. With this in mind manufacturers, interested parties and representers discussed rehabilitation, nursing care and aid in Düsseldorf at the REHACARE.REHACARE 2011: The price of inclusion - Read more

Toddlers with Autism: Improved Social Skills Following Targeted Intervention

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[21/03/2011] Targeting the core social deficits of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in early intervention programs yielded sustained improvements in social and communication skills even in very young children who have ASD, according to a study.Toddlers with Autism: Improved Social Skills Following Targeted Intervention - Read more

Auditory Input Helps Word Learning in Deaf Children

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[05/03/2010] Learning words may be facilitated by early exposure to auditory input, according to research presented by the Indiana University (IU) School of Medicine.Auditory Input Helps Word Learning in Deaf Children - Read more

Treadmill Training Could Help Tots Walk

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[01/03/2010] Using a treadmill could help infants with prenatal complications or who were injured at birth walk earlier and better, according to a University of Michigan researcher.Treadmill Training Could Help Tots Walk - Read more

Autism: Early Intervention for Toddlers Effective

[02/12/2009] A novel early intervention programme for very young children with autism is effective for improving the IQ, language ability, and social interaction, a new study has found.Autism: Early Intervention for Toddlers Effective - Read more

A Better Deal for Disabled Babies – Have Your Say

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[12/05/2004] A new centre for early intervention could make a world of difference to the lives of disabled babies and very young children. A Better Deal for Disabled Babies – Have Your Say - Read more

 
 

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