Research team at John Hopkins has added to growing evidence of human brain effectively learning to compensate language challenges. The study involved autistic participants who had transitioned into their adulthood.
Can blood hold the key to distinguishing between autistic people and their normal peers? A recent unpublished study has conducted intensive research and presented the results at the 2017 International Meeting for Autism Research in San Francisco, California.
The interviewee is an active member of many Facebook groups that aggressively promote Chlorine Dioxide Protocol (commonly termed CD Protocol).
Autistic adults find themselves in a challenging situation during the transition phase from their school times to college.
Dyslexia can be expanded as difficulties that crop up in learning ability affecting primary skills such as accurate spelling and word reading of an individual.