Autism

Are Girls with Autism Hiding in Plain Sight?


Autism, Daily Life, Neuroscience


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utism primarily affects boys, right? Officially, boys exceed girls with autism by 4 to 1 (and 10 to 1 in “high-functioning” autism).1 In fact, almost everything we know about autism comes from studying boys. But now some scientists are making discoveries that are challenging common assumptions about autism, girls and gender.

Neuroplasticity: The Play-Doh In Your Head


Autism, Daily Life, Neuroscience


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t the WFNN Congress in Opatija there was a presentation about Neuroplasticity and i started to wonder if humour can also be part of this Neuroplasticity. So read the following and leave a comment at the end. We all have much more power to shape our reality than most realize due to the brain’s amazing morphing power, known as neuroplasticity. …

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Nurses with Autism Spectrum Disorder


Autism, Daily Life, Neuroscience, Way of Life


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utism spectrum disorders (ASDs) represent a broad range of complex neurodevelopmental disorders affecting socialization, verbal and nonverbal communication, and behavior. Spectrum refers to the fact that these disorders affect each patient in different ways, with the degree of communication, socialization, and behavioral impairment ranging from mild to severe.