Boy With Special Needs Told to Remove Varsity Jacket

Support Your Kids!

Michael Kelley has Down syndrome and autism, and plays basketball at Wichita East High School. He plays basketball for the special needs team and gives it his all every night. His mother, Jolinda, bought a letter jacket so he could have a reminder of his participation. The principal won’t allow him to wear I. This is just another sign of mistreatment towards special ...

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Down Syndrome Treatment

Can Down Syndrome Be Treated?

Did you ever want to know if Down Syndrome can be treated? Well let’s see! The cognitive impairments in Down Syndrome have been considered untreatable for a long time now.  In recent advances in science and genetics are raising the need for pharmaceutical interventions for this syndrome. If the trials are a success then it will improve the Down Syndrome p...

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Is Their A Cure For Autism?

We Still Have Hope!

Researchers in college have found a treatment for a rare, hereditary form of autism. The scientists tested the genomes of six children with both autism and epilepsy from three Middle Eastern families. The end result of the test is that there bodies needed branched chained amino acids, which the children had little of, and can only be obtained through food. The scienti...

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Bond With Your Child

Enjoy Your Child's Presence

A lot of kids go through many things that some adults can’t understand. We know you aren't a mind reader but kids want attention and love from their parents. So you must give them that attention. There are many things you can do with your kid. Such as a simple movie or go out for a walk to0 the park. Do things that you and your child would enjoy. One day you...

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Healthy Snacks

24 Tasty  Nutritious Snacks

Go and have a tasty treat with your child. There are 24 nutritious, healthy, tasty treats fewer than 200 calories you guys can make and enjoy. These treats can be made within an hour and consumed healthily within seconds. Go and check out these healthy snacks at Read More

Fun Holiday Toys

10 Toys Great For Kids With Special Needs

If you still want to pleasure your kids for some New Year gifts or some late Christmas gifts, it’s not to late. If your smart kid has autism you can buy him/her a “Vtech Tote & Go Laptop”.  A Vtech Tote & Go Laptop is for kids with autism, focus on cause-and-effect toys (push a button, get a response), especially those that promote...

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Down Syndrome Cell Problems

Down Syndrome Neurons Grown From Stem Cells Show Signature Problems

Brain cells have been grown from skin cells of individuals with Down Syndrome. The University of Wisconsin-Madison says, Down syndrome is the most common genetic form of intellectual disability, results from an extra copy of one chromosome. Even though people with Down Syndrome experience intellectual difficulties and ot...

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Down Syndrome News

Targeting An Aspect Of Down Syndrome

Researchers have determined how a gene that is known to be defective in Down Syndrome is regulated and how its dysregulation may lead to neurological defects, providing insights into potential therapeutic approaches to an aspect of the syndrome.  See more information at ht...

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People With Autism Have Trouble Processing Sight And Sound

Autism Sight And Sound Problems

People, who have autism, aren't as efficient as others when it comes to controlling and integrating what they hear and see, according to the unpublished results presented, today at the 2014 Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in Washington, D.C. This effect is seen mainly in relation to speech but not in other types of sounds, suggesting it contributes...

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Autistic Views Of People

Autistic Views Of People

Why Autistic People See People Differently?

People with the special needs disorder known as autism see and gain different perceptions from peoples view as the gather data. Not the judgment stage, it is different from those with the autism disorder.” The evaluation of an individual's face is a rapid process that influences our future relationship with the individual," said lead author ...

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