autism

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Autism awareness ATV stolen1m41s

Autism awareness ATV stolen

Police are searching for an ATV that was used to raise awareness for Autism that was stolen in a Craigslist scam.

WXYZ
Published: January 3, 20172 views
Autism safety training event in Jupiter2m00s

Autism safety training event in Jupiter

Jeff Kasky of the Autism Channel offers details on a free event helping train first responders about autism at the Florida Atlantic University Jupiter MacArthur campus Dec. 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WPTV
Published: November 25, 20162 views
Do Vaccines Really Cause Autism?8m34s

Do Vaccines Really Cause Autism?

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Thoughty2
Published: February 11, 2017Updated: February 18, 20173 views
UAE mobile app helps children with autism1m26s

UAE mobile app helps children with autism

Babnoor, the first Arabic language app of its kind, launches in the UAE, aiming to help children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Liane Wimhurst reports. Credit to Reuters.

Reuters
Published: April 5, 2016175 views
Special Ocean Cruise For Children With Autism3m48s

Special Ocean Cruise For Children With Autism

Autism on the Seas and a Royal Caribbean cruise changed a Texas family’s life forever. Kim and Jason Ansley have two children, 6-year-old Jakob and 11-year-old Kaleb, who has non-verbal autism. The Ansley’s had only vacationed a couple times since Kaleb was born. It proved to be difficult with his autism because they would often receive complaints about his behavior. When Kim heard about Autism on the Seas, she applied for a dream Royal Caribbean Cruise for her family. Autism on the Seas is special needs travel agency granting vacations to families and individuals with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, and all cognitive, intellectual and developmental disabilities. It provides cruisers with staff that assist families in accommodating typical cruise services as well as providing specialized respite and private activities. Royal Caribbean is a certified autism friendly cruise line offering initiatives for families living with autism. This includes sensory friendly films, toys, dietary menu options and overall autism friendly products and service. Their dream came true when the family was granted a cruise! It was everything they hoped for and more. They were able to enjoy a family vacation without having to worry about judgement, safety issues or limitations! The Ansley family had the cruise of a lifetime with the help of Autism on the Seas and Royal Caribbean! This video was produced by Tracy Chevrier and shot/edited by Anna Brodi.

Special Ocean Cruise For Children With Autism3m48s

Special Ocean Cruise For Children With Autism

Autism on the Seas and a Royal Caribbean cruise changed a Texas family’s life forever. Kim and Jason Ansley have two children, 6-year-old Jakob and 11-year-old Kaleb, who has non-verbal autism. The Ansley’s had only vacationed a couple times since Kaleb was born. It proved to be difficult with his autism because they would often receive complaints about his behavior. When Kim heard about Autism on the Seas, she applied for a dream Royal Caribbean Cruise for her family. Autism on the Seas is special needs travel agency granting vacations to families and individuals with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, and all cognitive, intellectual and developmental disabilities. It provides cruisers with staff that assist families in accommodating typical cruise services as well as providing specialized respite and private activities. Royal Caribbean is a certified autism friendly cruise line offering initiatives for families living with autism. This includes sensory friendly films, toys, dietary menu options and overall autism friendly products and service. Their dream came true when the family was granted a cruise! It was everything they hoped for and more. They were able to enjoy a family vacation without having to worry about judgement, safety issues or limitations! The Ansley family had the cruise of a lifetime with the help of Autism on the Seas and Royal Caribbean! This video was produced by Tracy Chevrier and shot/edited by Anna Brodi.

New museum exhibit connects autism, art & music1m42s

New museum exhibit connects autism, art & music

Artist Juliette Hemingway started using blue early in her works of art. A new exhibit at the American Jazz Museum will show Hemingway’s pieces next to her son’s artwork. Read more at m.kshb.com/2jbaw8S

KSHB
Published: January 12, 2017Updated: January 13, 20171 views
Paint Roller Ring Stack for Children with Autism 1m59s

Paint Roller Ring Stack for Children with Autism

Individuals with autism and/or sensory processing disorders may find it challenging to engage in hand activities. The "paint roller ring stack" is fun, often motivating people because it meets their sensory needs while developing eye hand coordination and visual attention. It is made by wedging a paint roller handle inside a bottle; then secure in place with duct tape. As you see in the videos, it can be used in a variety of ways to meet the different needs of individuals. Please visit my website RecyclingOT.com for information about my books, CEU courses and blog.

RecyclingOT
Published: June 2, 2017Updated: June 5, 2017136 views
13-Year-Old Explains Autism in a Brilliant and Understandable Way5m43s

13-Year-Old Explains Autism in a Brilliant and Understandable Way

A young Irish teenager has explained autism and what it’s like to live, and suffer, with autism in a brilliant video posted by popular Irish snapchatter James Kavanagh. In the video, Kavanagh asks his 13-year-old nephew Sean various questions about autism and his experience with it to mark Autism Awareness Month. Sean spoke candidly about his own diagnosis of atypical autism and the speech difficulties he experienced when he was younger.Sean also spoke about how loud noises and personal space are issues for him during day-to-day life. Sean also gets uncomfortable if he is touched or hugged by people from outside his family.Sean gave viewers pointers about how to help people with autism and include them in a way that was comfortable for them. “One of the most important things is to be understanding,” said Sean. “Try and let them into your activities, always use literal language, never be sarcastic.”Sean finished off the interview with a simple and important point, saying, “most important, just understand that they’re different and they see the world in their own perspective.”Storyful is in contact with the original uploader and will update accordingly.