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January 2011





“Man drowns at Doheny State Beach”:

“Oklahoma pediatrician charged with first-degree rape in wake of autistic man’s allegations”:

“Torturers of young man with Asperger Syndrome walk free/A whirlwind of hatred against the disabled”:

“Bus driver fired: Autistic 4 year old child left on bus for hours”:,0,7943827.story

“Autistic boy runs off school property”:

“Caught in a trap: Disabled people can’t move out of care/Phone providers are disenfranchising disabled people from society”:

“Notts County Council unveils cost-cutting in Children and Young People’s Services”:

“Disabled to get better web access”:

Carers on the Spectrum “Young carers need care too … Tyler Tassell, nine, from Headington, has Asperger’s Syndrome, which affects the way he socialises with people and forms friendships – but that doesn’t stop him caring for his autistic brother Connor, who was also born with crippling digestion problems, and his mum, Marie Gellatly, who has a heart condition.”:

“Fwd: Join Autistic Activists Against Autism Speaks”:

“Rowen Jade, Disability Rights Activist, Born 1 December 1969; Died 2 September 2010”:


“Scientists one step closer to diagnosing autism with MRI”:

“The FDA’s Autism-Chelation Crackdown”:

“Autistic children are not good at covering up their lies to protect others, study shows”:

“XMRV not related to autism”:

“Gender might have everything to do with autism, British researcher says”:

“Immune response offers possible insight to schizophrenia, autism”:

“Unexplained childhood disorders”:

“Storm and Stress? Many psychiatric disorders increase during adolescence”:

“Alienated youths are more likely to lash out”:

“Mind says mental health patients needs faster access to therapy”:

“One in five children meets criteria for a mental disorder across their lifetime, National U.S. Study”:

“Screen time linked to psychological problems in children”:

“Lower Apgar Score at birth linked to Cerebral Palsy”:

“Prevention Program improves Antisocial Behavior in Children”:

“Mental Health Week 2010: Nurses want more action to treat chronic illness, Australia”:

“Fifty percent of teens have experienced a psychiatric condition by their 18th birthday”:

“New findings may help understanding of Neurological Disorders”:

“WHO simplifies treatment of Mental and Neurological Disorders”:

“New insight on stress and anxiety”:

“Tough times build mental health resiliency”:

“Mental Health Treatment: Nobody likes to wait”:

“Reducing the number of deaths in patients with Anorexia Nervosa”:

“Self Injury behavior not recognized in many youths with Eating Disorders”:

“SlaM”s Self-Harm Service uses animation to aid recovery”:

“Cannabis use linked to increased risk for mental health issues”:

“Why are men more susceptible to alcoholism?”:

“Why intelligent people drink more alcohol”:

“Research team proposes new way to classify Personality Disorders”:

“Researchers investigate the “Subjective Time Trajectory” in Psychological Health”:

“New survey of psychiatric nurses highlights their role in patient care, professional challenges and desire to do more”:

“Stressed Out? Eat more Walnuts”:

“The herbal supplements that are effective in treating anxiety”:

“Mind Hacks: The Origin of the ‘Nervous Breakdown”:

“National Depression Screening Day 2010”:

“95 million patients with depression remain untreated, World Health Organization”:

“Genetic trigger of depression identified: Potential target for novel class of therapeutic agents”:

“Educating older Australians to prevent depression”:

“The blues aren’t black and white for teens, Australia”:

“Personality may hide depression”:

“Study supports the long-term benefits of TMS for Depression”:

“Magnets used to treat patients with severe depression/Therapy relieves depression without medication”:

“New theory links depression to chronic brain inflammation”:

“Humor, Neuroplasticity and the Power To Change Your Mind”:

“Dark Side traits helpful at times”:

“Exploring the issue of homelessness”:

“Finding refuge in the NOW”:

“Unlike us, honeybees naturally make ‘quick switch’ in their their biological clocks”:

“What to do in the places that scare you: Pema Chodron”:

“New research helps clinicians predict treatment outcomes for children with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder”:

“Examining OCD vs. OCPD and Autism (ASD)”:

“Four kinds of compulsive gamblers identified”:

“BPS Research Digest: The Special Issue Spotter”:

“Soldier suicides still high despite Army’s prevention program”:

“New website to help combat trauma of natural disasters”:

“Chilean miners start a new journey: Recovery”:

“The Arabic anaesthetic sponge”:

“Mind Hacks: A previously unseen species of hallucinated moth”:

“Why dreaming is believing”:

“Do you still have a security blanket?”:

“The evolutionary roots of laughter”:

“Why Facebook friends unfriend you”:

“Relationships: Imitation of Language Suggests Blissful Relationship, Snapshot of America’s Sexual Behaviors, 8 Habits of Lousy Listeners, The Allure of Red, Can’t Buy Me Love, But Happiness?”:

“Relationships: Love Can Ease Pain, Selfless Genes Attract Mates, Visual Clues Linked To Male Sexual Memory, Online Dating, 3 Danger Signs Of An Affair, How Friends Affect Your Brain & More …”:

“Autism in Love: Dating, Marriage and Confusion in an Aspie Relationship”:

“Virtual Hospital”:


“Certified teachers in autism lacking”:

“Foundation School is Texas’ first Public School focused on serving autistic children”:

“Programs help intellectually disabled youths attend college”:

“Tulsa schools vote on Special Needs Scholarship”:

“Support for intellectually disabled rises”:

“Autistic students find help with iPad”:

“Tips for teachers to encourage reading”:

“Tony Danza: Teaching and Learning”:

“Cultivating little scientists from the age of two”:

“Females are equal to males in math skills, large study shows”:

“Childcare Education Institute announces new online professional development course, SPN101: Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders”:


“Disabled people ‘to lose £9bn from cuts”:

“Cull of the Quangoes: Bad news for the young or disabled”:

“The key to moving forward is looking back”:

“Bad jobs will make you miserable: study/Brain imaging reveals how we learn from our competitors”:

“Creative Support Ltd”:

“Autelligent Laboratories

We believe all people have a contribution to make and deserve an opportunity to be productive.

With your caring and excellent help, we are creating jobs for the 40 million people worldwide who are diagnosed with Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Today less than one in five of us are currently employed. We are motivated and competent and we deserve equal employment. Help make this a reality.

Autelligent Laboratories is dedicated to creating a space where autistic software engineers can more than contribute, we can excel.”:

Luxury Quality Scented Candles “Humbolt Candles – Autism & Disability Employment Company”:

Individuality, Diversity, Equality, Achievement is an Aspie & Autie friendly site for all people on the Autistic Spectrum who are ready to dare reach out to occupation and employment, open the doors to the community and market their abilities directly to the public and for those interested in supporting these pioneers.


Linking job seekers with vacancies in work related to autism, Aspergers and ASDs

“Employment within the NAS”:

For further employment information, please view”:


Temple Grandin “Living the autistic life”:

“How my son taught me about his autism”:

“Student spreads the word for autism awareness”:

“Coping with a child with Asperger’s”:

“Dogs for autistic children help stress and behaviour”:

“Facilitated Communication (FC) enables non-verbal people on the autism spectrum to communicate by typing”:

“Tessera to open lifelong learning and recreation center for autistic adolescents and adults”:

“Autism center buys Bothell American Legion Hall”:

Supporting the NAS this Christmas

NAS Christmas Cards”:

For those who celebrate Halloween…

“Halloween experiences for autism families”:

“How to enjoy Halloween with your autistic child”:

Making Halloween a “Treat” for children with Sensory Issues”:

“Halloween social story with pictograms”:

Halloween Pumpkin”:

Illustrated trick or treat story”: eating.pdf

“Lots of links pertaining to Halloween, including some that are autism-specific”:

“How to enjoy halloween with your autistic child”:


“Halloween safety coloring book”: lloweenclrbk.pdf


“Golden Heart (AK) Autism Society Chapter”:


607 Old Steese, Suite B

Fairbanks AK 99701

(Fairbanks North Star County)

(907) 374-4421 (Main Phone)

Heidi Hass, President

Fax: (907) 374-4421

E-Mail address:


Mighty Mount McKinley, Denali Park, Alaska

Mighty Mount McKinley, Tallest Mountain in North America, Denali Park, Alaska

The summit is 20,320 feet. (6,194m)

“Alaskan Autism Resources”:

Yale Glacier

Yale Glacier, Summertime, Alaska

“Disability Law Center of Alaska”:

Alaskan Icecubes

Alaskan Icecubes

“Become an Advocate: Learn about current U.S. Legislation and take action”:

Alaskan surfer Mike McCune rides a wave with snow, slush, and ice packed against the beach during a cold winter surf session in Homer, Alaska. The snowy Kenai mountain range rises from Kachemak Bay in the background.

“Governor’s Council on Disabilities & Special Education”:

Northern Lights in Bettle

The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, shines above Bear Lake near Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska

“Alaska Special Education Home Page”:

Humpback Whale Breaching, Kenai Fjords National Park

Alaska: Land of the Free

The bald eagle, while not the official state bird of Alaska — the Willow Ptarmagin holds that distinction — is nevertheless an iconic Alaskan image. This mature bald eagle launches itself into the rain near Juneau, Alaska.

“Autism Resource Center”:

Alaskan Coastal Brown bear (Ursus arctos ).

Adult female-bears can weigh up to 450 kg and beat moose to the ground in just one smash. She is always on guard, looking for large bears-males, which can be very dangerous for cubs.

“Stone Soup Group: Stone Soup Group is a statewide, non-profit agency based in Anchorage, Alaska, that provides assistance and support to families of children with special needs. The organization operates several programs, each with a specific focus on different ways to help families supporting children with special needs to become informed, experienced, self-sufficient advocates for their children and themselves.


Porcupine, Alaska

Porcupine, Alaska

Another Alaskan animal, the ever present Racoon

“Sensory Friendly Film Events(Alaska)”:

Iditarod race in Anchorage

Anchorage, Alaska

Downtown Anchorage on 4th Avenue

“Alaska Guide”:

Juneau, Alaska’s Capital City

Alaska Governor’s Mansion, Juneau

“Alaska Facts”:

Portage, Alaska

Portage, Alaska

Air Traffic Control: Rissa tridactyla. The Black-Footed Kittiwake near a fish processing plant in Homer.

“Alaska Map”:


Skagway, Alaska: Looking south on Broadway. The building with the gold dome is the Golden North Hotel, which was built by the Klondike Trading Company in 1898. “The Gateway to the Klondike”, Skagway served as the main stepping off point for the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898. Today, it is a well preserved, very historic town, in a beautiful setting. Skagway’s visitors grow to 900, 000 in the Summer.

Railroad Building


The current White Pass and Yukon Railroad Train Depot.

“The Gateway to the Klondike”, Skagway served as the main stepping off point for the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898. Today, it is a well preserved, very historic town, in a beautiful setting.

“Alaska Photos”:

Exhibit inside the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park Museum

Skagway Horse Carriage: Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park commemorating the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1890s. The gold rush was in the Yukon Territory, and this park comprises staging areas for the trek there, and routes leading in its direction.

“50 Ways To See Alaska”:

Inuit Woman

Inuit woman

Inuit History, Modern Era, Traditions, Customs, Beliefs Etc:

Inuit History For Kids:

Potlatch Totem Pole

Potlatch Totem Pole from Southeast Alaska: This one is a Alaska Black Diamond carving totem with the top being a three Potlatch figures- though they are hard to see from the upward angle, next is an Eagle with a potlatch figure on his chest that includes lines on his hat which represent the 7 potlatches his family gave. Next is a Frog which indicates good fortune, then the Raven which released the Sun into the Sky. Finally the Beaver is the cornerstone of the totem, and he represents one of the largest native families of Southeast Alaska.

A traditional Inupiat igloo four miles south of Nome.

Museum of the North, Unversity of Alaska at Fairbanks Fairbanks

Architect: Joan Soranno
Completed 2008-2009

Museum of the North

Museum of the North

Alyeska Resort

Alyeska Resort

Baked Alaska

Baked Alaska

Best Restaurants in Alaska:

Dwarf Fireweed

Dwarf Fireweed (Chamerion Latifolium), Portage, Alaska


“Brain scans could ID kids with ADHD”:

“New test may help diagnose ADHD in children”:

“First ADHD add-on drug approved”:

“ADHD linked to genetic condition – study”:

“Meditation seen promising as ADHD therapy”:

“Brain’s impulse control center located”:

“How to get your ADHD kid to read literature”:

ADRES “Adverse Drug Reaction Electronic System(Adverse Drug Reactions Website)”- This website provides patients, doctors, and other medical professionals with a comprehensive examination of adverse drug reactions (ADRs), side effects, and other safety information for both prescription and over-the-counter medications.. Our goal is to allow users of our website make informed decisions when taking (patients) or prescribing (doctors) drugs. We are providing unmatched information and analysis tools.

Our objective is to promote awareness to AD/HD (Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) and to provide information and as much free practical help as we can to those affected by the condition, both adults and children, their families in the UK and around the World via this website.

“ADDISS” The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service…


“hi2u ADHD Pages”:



“Golf seen as beneficial”:

“Autistic riders cycle around Taiwan”:

“10-kilometre runs”:

“Trek the Sahara – 5-25 March 2010 or 29 Oct-8 Nov 2010”:

“Big Fun Run (See Link For UK Location Dates):

“Victory for Autism Bike Ride – 11 September 2010”:

“Land’s End to John O’Groat’s Bike Ride – 28 Sept-10 Oct 2010/3-15 May 2011”:

“Royal Parks Half Marathon – 10 October 2010”:

“Trek Mount Kilimanjaro – 8-19 Oct 2010/2-13 Feb 2011/13-24 July 2011”:

“Trek the Great Wall of China – 9-18 Oct 2010/8-16 October 2011”:

“Trek to Everest Base Camp – 5-21 November 2010/25 March – 10 April 2011/4-20 Nov 2011”:

“Trek to the Home of the Dalai Lama – 17-28 March 2011 and 15-26 Sept 2011”:

“Trek the Inca Trail – 14-23 May 2011”:

“Icelandic Lava Trek – 20-24 July 2011”:

“Sky Diving – All Year Round”:


“How the musicians make the connections”:


“The AutisMusic Project”:


“Philly International Airport puts art by autistic kids on display”:

GLIMPSE – the talents of the autism community

They are painters, sculptors and photographers; poets and storytellers; musicians and creators of amazing video games. They are kids, teens and adults. Last year, a new online publication arose to celebrate the talents of autistic individuals and other developmental disabilities: GLIMPSE, offered by ICDL (The Interdisciplinary Council of Developmental and Learning Disorders). In late 2008, Volume 2 of GLIMPSE was released, and was expanded into a print book and notecards. The works are serious, humourous, deeply personal and illuminating. See it for yourself, share it with others, submit your own/your child’s work for inclusion in Volume 3, to release later this year. Find information and ordering details at

“ARTROOM ………where under 17s can make and display art online”:


“Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars”:

“Actors for Autism”:


“New Book: A Friend Like Ben”:

Cindy DeWet “A Juicy Joyful Life” has become a bestseller. … Overcoming Tourette syndrome and having a child with asperger’s syndrome, Ms. DeWet wanted to channel her experience, knowledge and passions into something new, which resulted in the recent opening of the Assist Autism Foundation …”:

“Local broadcaster writes book about raising autistic child”:


  “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME: Support for Family and Friends”

Elizabeth Turp


  “Mouth and Tongue Let’s Have Some Fun!”

Karina Hopper

Illustrated by Lisa MacDonald


  “Ready, Set, Potty!: Toilet Training for Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disorders”

Brenda Batts


  “Aspies on Mental Health: Speaking for Ourselves”

Edited by Luke Beardon and Dean Worten


  “The Choices Game: Staying Safe in Social Situations”

Christopher McMaster


  “Learning Difficulties and Sexual Vulnerability: A Social Approach”

Andrea Hollomotz


  “Music for Special Kids: Musical Activities, Songs, Instruments and Resources”

Pamela Ott


  “Business for Aspies: 42 Best Practices for Using Asperger Syndrome Traits at Work Successfully”

Ashley Stanford


Fair Game

Fair Game”

Release Date: November 5, 2010.

Official Trailer:

Naomi Watts and Sean Penn

Synopsis: Plame’s status as a CIA agent was revealed by White House officials allegedly out to discredit her husband after he wrote a 2003 New York Times op-ed piece saying that the Bush administration had manipulated intelligence about weapons of mass destruction to justify the invasion of Iraq.

Burke and Hare

Burke and Hare”

Release Date: October 29, 2010 W’Wide.

Official Trailer:

Simon Pegg and Isla Fisher


Synopsis: Comedy connoisseur John Landis (ANIMAL HOUSE, TRADING PLACES) directs this darkly comic film set in 19th-century Edinburgh. Selling cadavers to medical schools was big business in the 1800s, and Burke and Hare think that they can make their fortunes in the industry. The only problem is that there aren’t any dead bodies to be found.

“Preview: The 54th BFI London Film Festival”:


Sonic Colours (Wii, Nintendo DS) 3+

Release Date: November 12, 2010.

Super Scribblenauts” (Nintendo DS) 12+

Release Date: October 29, 2010.

“Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II (Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, Nintendo DS) 16+

Release Date: October 29, 2010

“Kinect is a sell-out”:

Nintendo Wii Remote Plus: Coming 5 November

Wii Remote Plus is a mashup of the original Wii Remote with Wii MotionPlus technology built in and, according to the Japanese gaming Goliath, gives you “an incredible level of precision and gameplay accuracy without the need of additional add-ons”.


“Floating 3D Virtual Objects Appear At British Library”

“Robot Limbs To Plug Into The Brain With Light”


Even pulsars follow Benford’s law (Image: NASA)

“Curious Mathematical Law Is Rife In Nature”:

Dear Readers  ~ Hope you’re all doing well.Time for some much needed Autumnal R & R!  Due to a scheduled break of around 3 weeks, the next News will be available on November 25th. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Till then,

Take Care,


Beautiful Alaska

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