​Probiotics and Autism Spectrum Disorder | AAPC Publishing

Posted by Dr. Nihan on Sep 16th 2022

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that may affect socialization, communication, and behavior. ASD can be mild, moderate, or severe. Symptoms can vary from person to person. There are scientific studies that show the individuals with ASD may benefit from probiotics and other nutritional supplements for higher life quality.What are probiotics, and how do they work in the body to improve health outcomes?You may have seen the word probiotic used in commercials, f
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Autism Training for Law Enforcement Officers | AAPC Publishing

Posted by Dr. Nihan on Aug 12th 2022

When law enforcement officer encounters someone with autism, they may not know how to communicate or interact with them appropriately . This can lead to misunderstandings and dangerous situations. To help prevent this, officers need to receive training on how to handle interactions with people who have autism. This training can help officers understand the disorder, communicate effectively with autistic individuals, and identify potential red flags. Spectrum News posted the a
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25 of the Best Books, Kindle eBooks and Audible Audiobooks Written by Autistic Authors (2022) | AAPC Publishing

Posted by James Jones on Apr 22nd 2022

If you are looking for great books, Kindle eBooks and Audible audiobooks written by autistic authors, look no further!This list includes some of the best books out there, and we highly recommend that you check them out.Whether you are autistic yourself or just interested in learning more about autism, these books will provide plenty of insight and entertainment. So without further ado, here are our top 26 picks for autistic authors! The Autistic Brain: Thinking Across the Spectrum by Templ
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Autism Acceptance Month: How to Spread Awareness and Promote Acceptance | AAPC Publishing

Posted by James Jones on Apr 5th 2022

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Autism Society's advocacy efforts. What started as a weeklong event has grown into a month-long celebration. And while there's still much work to be done, we've made great strides in increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 44 children is on the autism spectrum. This means that there are a lot of people out there who are affected by autis
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Social Skill Development in Isolation: ​COVID Lockdown's Effect on Our Children | AAPC Publishing

Posted by James Jones on Mar 22nd 2022

Social Skill Development in Isolation: ​COVID Lockdown's Effect on Our Children  | AAPC Publishing
Just a few weeks ago, my soon to be 5 year old had his first kindergarten experience. It was a parent information night for the kindergarten class, but my wife and I wanted to take him with us. We got there, and it was a typical parent night - mostly parents and a few children. The teachers did an excellent job keeping the parents engaged and the youngsters interested in learning! My son would bounce up and down throughout the meeting with a huge grin on
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