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November 2011




Grand Cayman Island



“Australia: Coroner lashes out at the DHS over shutting case”:


“UPDATE: Fears for missing, mute 9 year old boy in Virginia: More volunteers sought/Found alive & doing well”:

“Four disabled people found locked in dungeon”:

“Child cruelty findings to be made public”:


“Meadow Hall teacher arrested on sex offense charges”:

“Clarksville man accused of raping autistic Rutherford girl”:

“New trial begins for suspect charged with purchasing a child”:

“Fury at web video of judge beating daughter”:

“Keep them safe: New York must adequately staff facilities for differently abled”:

“Va DOE to review bus training following beating”:


“OC Transport boss apologises for driver caught on video berating passenger … Autism Society members ‘disappointed’ but awaiting result of investigation”:

“Abusive bus driver report delayed”:

“Bus driver fired for yelling”:

“A call for understanding”:

“Disabled girl’s playground horror in Mitcham sparks Merton Council and Ofsted inquiry”:

“Police: Plainfield couple arrested after child wanders off from home”:

NAS “Landmark High Court ruling on social care provision”:


NAS “Media response: adoption and autism”:


“State lawmakers looking to add common sense to school discipline”:,0,5779095.story

“28 states, DC cut $1.7B in mental health funding”:

“Join us for an ASAN symposium on Ethical, Legal & Social Implications of Autism Research”:

NAS “Watch videos from our sensory conference”:

NAS: Closure of LEGO Universe online game”:

“Lorna Wing: Outstanding Achievement Award for NAS founder member”:

“RIP Dr Sudesh Kataria – Early Advocate for Autistic Children”:


“More kids offered antipsychotic drugs”:

“Channel 4 News investigation into antipsychotic medication”:

“Deafness and autism”:

“Debunking 6 myths about Asperger Syndrome”:

“Top 7 autism myths”:

“Preemies 5 times more likely to be autistic”:

“New study suggests autism starts in the womb”:

“No babbling or pointing seen as early symptoms of autism”:

“Signs of autism your pediatrician may miss”:

“Social thinking and autism”:

“Atypical autism”:

“Comorbid symptoms of autism”:

“Autism overview”:

“Sex education for autistic children and teens”:

“Autism: Wider eyes and a broader mouth: Scientists identify subtle ‘distinct facial characteristics’ of children with developmental disorder”:

“Team finds evidence of genetic basis for autism”:

“Autistic people unaffected by social reputation”:

“Scans find autistic brain changes”:

“Gene deletion might be at core of autism”:

“Study suggests common diagnostic subcategories for autism, like asperger syndrome, are flawed and provide questionable value”:

“Research provides clues to neurodevelopmental disorders”:

“BPS Research Digest: Psychosis isn’t always pathological”:

“Linking Fragile X syndrome proteins and RNA editing mistakes at nerve-muscle junction”:

“Digital worlds can help autistic children to develop social skills”:

“Dvorak: Diseases of the past coming back, thanks to distrust of vaccines”:

“Unvaccinated blamed for largest measles outbreak in 15 years”:

“Some parents looking to buy chickenpox lollipops … Dr. Mitchell added, besides the health risk, mailing contaminated lollipops with the chicken pox virus in any form is a federal offense.”:

“Barry O’Connor: We need a vaccine against ignorance”:–we-need-a-vaccine-against-ignorance

“Road map to mental illness is being redrawn”:

Williams Syndrome “Super-social gene may hold clues to autism”:

“PDA syndrome: ‘We thought she was naughty – it turned out she was ill … The symptoms of Pathological Demand Avoidance syndrome, a little-known relative of autism, include compulsive disobedience. Catriona Wrottesley meets parents of children who can’t do what they’re told”:–it-turned-out-she-was-ill-649880.html

“Bipolar disorder risk factors found in families”:

“Cortisone injection can prevent PTSD in 60% who experience traumatic stress”:

“Trauma Essentials: The Go-To Guide”:

“Marker predicts heart disease in people with schizophrenia”:

“Schizophrenia and psychosis”:

“Trichotillomania Treatment”:

“Little research supports residential treatment of eating disorders”:

“Anxiety & OCD Exposed”:

“Latest Depression Articles: Repeated Bouts Linked to Low Mastery & Smoking, Male Depression, New Therapy Cultivates Optimism, Heavy Metal & Depressed Teens, 10 Things Not To Say To a Depressed Person, Dutch Study on Cannabis and Youth, Anhedonia & More”:

“Early-life depression and anxiety changes structure of developing brain”:

“Moving from depression to bliss”:

“Reframing emotions to avoid stress”:

Loss & Grieving “The 5 ways we grieve”:

“BPS Research Digest: The Special Issue Spotter”:

“A mocha for your mood?”:

“Sleep: Uncovering your dreams: 12 universal themes”:

“Was Sybil faking multiple personalities?”:

“A sensible, balanced amount of free time is key to happiness in our consumer society”:

“8 ways to relax and boost your mood in the mornings”:

“Aggressive drivers identify with their car”:

“5 gifts of being highly sensitive”:

“Musical skills tied to reading proficiency”:

“Virtual Hospital”:


“Anti-Bullying Week: top five tips for parents”:

“ASAN presents … The Navigating College Handbook”:

“What is life like for a teenage prodigy?”:

“Beavercreek schools to host well-known autism/asperger’s syndrome advocate”:

“Autistic student shines thanks to radio broadcasts”:

“Tips for teaching non-verbal communication skills”:

“Manila: Worried for daughter with PDD-NOS in a regular school”:

“Help for twice exceptional children”:

“Aspergers rule processing”:

“College education is not out of reach for students with learning disabilities”:

WSJ “Hidden tax deductions for Special Education”:

“My visit to the NAS … Today, students from our Sybil Elgar School in Middlesex visited us here at The National Autistic Society in London for an office ‘takeover’. One of the students, Kane, wrote this news story for us”:



“Call for Stories: ASAN investigating use of personality tests”:


“NAS joins charity group in fight to keep legal aid for benefits appeals”:

“Apply to the National Trust’s training programme”:

“Audio : Turning autism challenges into workplace strengths: A conversation with HP Executive Phil McKinney and his daughter, Tara Roehl”:

“Specialized Employment Program for autistic adults to be offered soon in Oakdale”:

“Highland Park company employs autistic adults”:

“Green Bay differently abled employees bring heart to work”:

“Aiming to build jobs for autistic people”:

“Autistic society delight at Lottery cash windfall … MORE than 30 autistic people in Wirral will gain employment through a comprehensive programme of training and real work experience – thanks to a major cash injection from the Big Lottery. “:

“Researcher identifies autism employment resources, tips for people on the autism spectrum”:

Asperger Informatik AG “Professionelles Webdesign und Software Testing in Zurich”:

“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”:



Anti-Bullying Week November 14-18 “Words can hurt too”:

“Interview re Females on the Autism Apectrum: Rudy Simone and Kristen Desmond on the condition, employment options & relationships”:

“Project Aspie: Erdington volunteer up for national award”:

“Tom Jackman: Different, not disabled”:

“Autistic Adults: Temple Grandin … a brilliant mind”:

“Compassion vital for autistic children, adults, speaker says”:–compassion-vital-for-those-with-autism-speaker-says

“Children find confidence in martial arts”:

“Tablets, apps help autistic people communicate … As a companion piece to an interview this evening with Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson, CBS’ “60 Minutes” focused on how touch-screen tablet computers–like those introduced by Apple–are helping non-verbal autistic children communicate with their parents.”:

“Scientists and autism: When geeks meet”:

“Autism Spectrum Therapies’ suggestions for a stress free holiday season”:

“The Queen’s hidden cousins: They were banished to an asylum in 1941 and left neglected”:

“Queens of the kitchen … She and her husband walk every year to Tirupathi from Bangalore over seven days, for a cause — they’ve helped build a shelter for rural children with disabilities, and have tried to create awareness on autism.”:

NAS “Christmas cards now on sale”:


Happy Thanksgiving To All Who Are Celebrating …


“Help your autistic child have an enjoyable Thanksgiving”:

“Mercy House Call: Holidays can be a stressful time for autistic children, parents”:

“Don’t let your Thanksgiving turn into a real turkey, Tips for avoiding Stress-Outs”:

“Thanksgiving Articles ~ On Coping, Inclusion Tips, History, Art, Craft & Recipes”:

“Expert offers ways to practice “Safe Stress” during the Holidays”:

“Holiday shopping for your autistic child”:

“Holiday Planning and ASD Part 1”:

“Holiday Planning and ASD Part 2”:



“Survival Hints for Making it through the Holiday Season/Christmas & ASD”:

“NAS: Talk about Christmas … Children and young people with autism and their families offer advice on coping with Christmas.”:

“Have Yourself a Mindful, Merry Christmas”:

“Introvert’s Guide to Holiday Merriment”:

“Managing Holiday Stress, Alone For The Holidays, Families In Recovery”:

7 Quick Tips To Avoid A Meltdown”:

Children’s Christmas Arts, Crafts & Activity Sites

“Kaboose 2010”:

Christmas Scene in a Box

“Enchanted Learning: Christmas Crafts”:

“Activity Village”:

Art & Craft Supplies “Yellow Moon”:

Christmas Recipes

“Christmas Around the World”:

“Koala’s Christmas Pages – Includes Stories, Crafts & Activities, Games, Cooking, Traditions & Free Card Links”:

“Christmas by Aussie Educator”:



Cayman Islands flag

Cayman Islands flag
Meaning of the islands name:
Christopher Columbus discovered the islands in 1503 after winds blew him off his course from Panama to Hispaniola. He called the islands Las Tortugas (“The Turtles” in Spanish) due to the large numbers of turtles on the islands. Around 1540 the islands gained the name Caymanas, from a Carib word for marine alligators or “caiman”, an animal found on the islands.
Description flag:
The Flag of the Cayman Islands was adopted in 1959. Prior to that, the Islands had used the British flag for all official occasions.
The flag is a Blue Ensign with the Union Flag in the canton, defaced with the Islands’ coat of arms. A red ensign of this design is the civil ensign.
The Governor’s flag is a Union Flag defaced with the coat of arms

Cayman Islands Autism Spectrum Disorder Foundation
Grand Cayman

tel: 345-916-0555

 Cayman Islands

“The Lighthouse School”:

Cayman Islands Getaway

“Organisation Required: Cayman Islands Special Needs Camps”:

Diving on Cayman

Christopher Columbus discovered the Caymans in 1503. They remained uninhabited until well after the 1670 acquisition of the islands by the British Crown, which has held dominion over the three islands ever since.
Its superior diving conditions put the Cayman Islands on the international tourist map in the early 1950s. Despite its diminutive size, Little Cayman quickly established itself as a top diving site. Bloody Bay Marine Park has some of the best wall diving anywhere in the world.
During the next decade, Caymanians began to draw up the tax structure that would make Grand Cayman an economic powerhouse and at the same time put in place an infrastructure that has made it the undisputed capital of Caribbean tourism.

“Previous Special Needs Camps on the Islands”:

Coral Reef

“Cayman Islands Autism News”:

“Cayman Island Travel & Tourism Site”:

Sea Turtle

One of the smaller sea turtles at the Cayman Islands Turtle Farm. The farm has hundreds, probably thousands of sea turtles ranging in age and size (from 6 ounces to 600 pounds). A very cool place to visit.

“Cayman Islands Travel Guide – Wikitravel”:


Stingrays found in Stingray City in the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean.

“Cayman Islands Stats”:

Cayman Islands National Museum

Cayman Islands National Museum, George Town

“Finding Cayman Culture”:

Cayman Islands Carnival

Cayman Islands Carnival “Batabano”

“Catch some rays in the Caymans”:

Cayman Taffy Company

Cayman Taffy Company(Unique Assortment of Taffy): “The taffy is very good, not real sugary and there’s plenty of chocolate. Best place on the island to take your sweet tooth.”

“Cayman Islands holiday: treasure islands”:

Property Investment

Property Investment: Paradise Villas:
With the 10th most valued currency in the world, the highest standard of living in the Caribbean, its own stock exchange, no direct taxation and a distinguished financial reputation, the Caymans’ are an obvious choice in this new era of intelligent property investing.

“Cayman Islands”:

 Modern Architect Design

Modern Architect Design
Villa Castillo In The Caribbean
Exposed for sale for 42,578,200 euros for Sotheby’s, very impressive in size and style villa Castillo , situated on the boulevard on the island of Grand Cayman in the Caribbean . This is an offshore acquisition offer besides sun and blue sea all year round, a series of tax advantages, namely the absence of duties on housing or some kind of tax on capital. Villa, an area of more than 4,500 square meters, has a comfortable gym, cinema, swimming pools and jacuzzi, and tennis court.
Villa Plots in the Cayman Islands
Villa Plots in the Cayman Islands
Tourism-fueled Economy
The territory has enjoyed stable economic prosperity for many years, with steady GDP growth being fuelled by luxury tourism, attracted to the clean, friendly and safe ambiance of all three islands.
The Tourism industry is responsible for more than 70% of Caymans’ GDP. This is fueled by the islands vast unspoiled beaches, duty-free shopping, Scuba diving and deep-sea fishing, which attracted figures in the region of 1.8 million air and cruise visitors in 2008 alone.
Its crystal-clear waters and unspoiled reefs make the Caymans one of the world’s most revered Scuba diving destinations, with Little Cayman being listed as one of the best diving sites in the world.
The Cayman Islands are also the world leader in the registration of mega-yachts, and a major player in the registration of other vessels, thus underlying its proven capability to compete on an international level.
Sunrise, Cayman Islands
Island Beauty ~ Hibiscus
Island Beauty - Hibiscus



“ADHD diagnosis now possible for kids as young as 4”:

“ADHD and a Lego heart: A mother and son’s journey”:

“Research profile: strengths of ADHD kids”:

“The long term effects of taking ADHD medications: What parents need to know”:

“Is there a link between ADHD and substance abuse in teenagers?”:

“Little evidence of heart risks from ADHD meds”:

“Myths about ADHD”:

“ADHD and sleep”:

“ADHD, Adderall and sleep”:

“South Plains pharmacists, doctor say Adderall shortage to last into 2012”:

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”:




“The AutisMusic Project”:



Registration and Submission Deadline – Dec. 9, 2011 “Artists wanted for Miromar Lakes’ contest; $1,000 up for grabs … The fourth annual outdoor art show will be held from noon to 3 p.m. Jan. 29 at Miromar Lakes. Proceeds from the sale will benefit Artspeak, a program of the Foundation for Lee County Public Schools helping students with autism focus on their strengths using art as a medium for self-expression.”:

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

“Artisancam: an award winning interactive website that gives an insight into the lives of contemporary visual artists(aimed at school-aged children, parents/teachers)”:

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



“Documentary: A Still Jacket[Eine ruhige Jacke]:

New Play Set To Debut Online Nov 22 “Autism and romance mix in live-via-Internet ‘On the Spectrum”:


“Inclusive red carpet event – autistic youths screen movie they made at camp … Joey Travolta’s camp is a godsend to the 46 kids who spent two weeks in July at the camp’s East Bay location. Travolta brings his expertise as a former special educator and successful film director — not to mention name recognition courtesy of his brother, actor John Travolta — to the camp. Like a larger-than-life grandpa, his directorial style is gregarious, emotional and clear.”:

“Conrad Aiken’s ‘Silent Snow, Secret Snow”:

“Dimensions: Bradford Odeon screenings so successful, future monthly screenings to go ahead”:

“Sensory-friendly screening for autistic, ADHD kids”:

“Find movie magic at the Norwood Public Library … Finally, I wish everyone in the world could see “Snow Cake,” which is available here at Morrill Memorial Library. It stars Alan Rickman and Sigourney Weaver. Weaver, sans glamour and firepower, plays a high-functioning autistic woman who ultimately helps Rickman put his life back together.”:

“Ranbir Kapoor & I stay away from each other”:

“Happy Birthday Shah Rukh!”:

“Actors for Autism”:


“New Book: Daryl Blonder’s “Problem Child: Confessions of an Aspie”:

“Jewish Book Festival to feature ‘Memory Palace’ author Mira Bartok”:

 “Visual Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders”

Haubler, Anne and Vera Bernard-Opitz

 “Social Rules for Kids – The Top 100 Social Rules Kids Need to Succeed”

2011 Mom’s Choice Awards Gold Medal Recipient

Susan Diamond M.A., CCC

 “SHOW ME THE DATA! Data-Based Instructional Decisions Made Simple and Easy

by RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero, Jaime Martin and Chris Matsumoto

“Mapping Charlie”

Jane Meyerding

 “Kevin Thinks: … about Outer Space, Confusing Expressions and the Perfectly Logical World of Asperger Syndrome”

Gail Watts

  “22 Things a Woman with Asperger’s Syndrome Wants Her Partner to Know”

Rudy Simone

Foreword by Tony Attwood

 “Made for Good Purpose: What Every Parent Needs to Know to Help Their Adolescent with Asperger’s, High Functioning Autism or a Learning Difference Become an Independent Adult”

Michael P. McManmon

Foreword by Stephen M. Shore

 “The Adventure of Maisie Voyager”

Lucy Skye

 “Sleep Difficulties and Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Guide for Parents and Professionals”

Kenneth J. Aitken

 “Everyday Activities to help Your Young Child with Autism Live Life to the Full: Simple Exercises to Boost Functional Skills, Sensory Processing, Coordination and Self-Care”

Debra S. Jacobs and Dion E. Betts

Foreword by Carol A. Just

 “Autism All-Stars: How We Use Our Autism and Asperger Syndrome to Shine in Life”

Edited by Josie Santomauro

Foreword by Tony Attwood

Take Care,



Radiating Beauty ~ Cayman Sunset

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