MILLBURY -- A discussion on safety risks and remedies for children with autism will take place Nov.
What does CWA stand for?
CWA stands for Children with Autism (various locations)
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Contrary to their expectations of children with autism to have social deficits, they found that the deficits were worst in kids with the lowest blood oxytocin levels and least in those with the highest oxytocin levels.
It has found that the parents of children with autism are likely to have similar traits, including showing too much repetitive behaviour.
CHILDREN with autism are more likely to be bullied as they get older, as other youngsters become less tolerant, research suggests.
The study was the largest to date and analyzed blood samples from several hundred mothers of children with autism and control mothers of children without autism to examine the reactivity of their blood sample with the candidate proteins.
Muscat: A number of Majlis Al Shura members yesterday met with parents of children with autism to discuss with them their welfare and what could be done to take care of their needs and the challenges they are facing.
Muscat, June 25 (ONA) --- A number of Majlis A'Shura members today met with parents of children with autism to discuss with them the status of this category, their needs and the challenges they are facing.
com)-- A research study by Autism Research Group (ARG) and Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), “Teaching children with autism to detect and respond to deceptive statements,” finds that children with autism can learn to detect when others are lying to them.