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New York :: NY :: USA | 21 days ago

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It's never too late to start taking up athletics as Canadian Olga Kotelko proved. She was a grandmother of 77 when she began serious training and made her first appearance at a World Masters Athletics (WMA) event in Gateshead, in 1995. It was the

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Miles :: Australia | 1 month ago

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View comments A father today told how he has travelled 40,000 miles just to hug his severely autistic son, who is cared for at a specialist centre 250 miles from home. When Josh Wills was diagnosed with severe autism, his parent's lives changed

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Durham :: NC :: USA | 2 months ago

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Central University and Beijing Language and Culture University in China have signed an agreement to begin a bilingual speech language pathologist training program...It's a collaboration with both universities that would primarily focus on student and

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Manchester :: United Kingdom | 4 months ago

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Click to rate kayedee, Manchester, United Kingdom, 58 minutes ago To you "positivelyPerturbed".......... may you never experience the feeling of knowing your child is different and there is something you can not quite put your finger on. That their

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Orlando :: FL :: USA | 4 months ago

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Like many children, Owen grew up a fan of Disney films, and would repeat lines and songs of his favorite characters, often in the character's voices. It was this connection that gave his parents a way to communicate with him and understand his inner

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Uni :: Russia | 5 months ago

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The Name That! smart phone app helps patients with a type of speech disorder called aphasia. The app was developed by AppsLab at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI), which seeks to help professors or faculty develop apps with educational value.

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Uni :: Russia | 5 months ago

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The Name That! smart phone app helps patients with a type of speech disorder called aphasia. The app was developed by AppsLab at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI), which seeks to help professors or faculty develop apps with educational value.

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San Fernando :: CA :: USA | 6 months ago

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Sponsored Links In the first study of its kind, new research finds what children with autism see doesn't quite match up to what they hear.  Think of it like watching a movie that's badly dubbed. (Via  Vanderbilt ) That's what researchers at

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Nashua :: NH :: USA | 6 months ago

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Einstein is that I have the opportunity to follow children and their families in the clinic over the long term often for many years. Because I am the director of the  infant and toddler team , that may sound like an odd statement. But the way our

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 7 months ago

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But in a new interview with Time magazine, McCarthy is changing her tune. Evan, who no longer shows signs of autism, may not actually have the disorder after all. And with that in mind, the host of The View says she is changing her long-held stance

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