Autism
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Catherine O'Hara • Review
Horses help Windrush clients ride the autism spectrum
The demographics are changing at Windrush Stable.
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Flamborough Review scoops up industry awards
Navigating Through the Fog, a four-part series focusing on families living with autism, has been chosen by the Local Media Association as the best in its class for in-depth reporting.
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Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 12:12:01 PM
UPDATE: Peel police say standoff in Flamborough resolved "peacefully" "I live on hwy 5 and they came threw a 60km zone well over a 100km!! Is that a safe pursuit?? There was about 8 peel region police in a row about 5 seconds behind him doin well over a 100km"
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Tuesday, July, 22, 2014 - 6:06:21 PM
Big Red says goodbye to Waterdown "You will be missed on Parkside, an icon for so long, I enjoyed driving by and and seeing the newly refurbished bikes you worked on. Such a great talent, it would be a shame and a waste if you weren't able to carry on, at least with the bikes, in Bur"
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Monday, July, 21, 2014 - 9:09:15 PM
Big Red says goodbye to Waterdown "I am sorry to see him go..."
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Catherine O'Hara • Review
Waterdown family shines special light on autism
Instead of painting the town red, one Waterdown family is looking to light it up blue in an attempt to shine a special light on autism spectrum disorder.
commercial shoot
Film crew visits pub
A 30-second commercial shining the spotlight on the abilities of children with autism was shot at the Royal Coachman in Waterdown last week with owner Ross Nelson looking on from the sidelines and waitress Jo Gale appearing as an extra in a non-speaking role.
Commercial shoot
Film crew visits pub
A 30-second commercial shining the spotlight on the abilities of children with autism was shot at the Royal Coachman in Waterdown last week with owner Ross Nelson looking on from the sidelines and waitress Jo Gale appearing as an extra in a non-speaking role.
Burlington's Emerging Trends conference offers resources, information for parents
Navigating Through the Fog, a special 2012 Metroland report published in the Review, revealed that parents with children living on the autism spectrum were often left with more questions than answers about the neuro-developmental disorder that affects 1 per cent of Canadian youth
Eric Riehl • MWMG
Finding the right autism resources, supports
The last instalment of this four-part Metroland West series shines a light on the autism resources and therapies available in the community to help families navigate through the fog.
Eric Riehl • MWMG
Autism service dog has calming influence
Brava is an autism service dog, provided to a Halton family by Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides program.
Lifting the fog
The statistics are staggering – alarming, even.
WEB AUTISM LOGO
Resources help navigate through the fog
A comprehensive list of resources, which may help families navigate through the fog of autism.
Eric Riehl • MWMG
Alternative therapies help quell autism symptoms
Despite the fog that envelops autism, interesting trends have emerged. These developments have allowed medical professionals to take different approaches when attempting to quell the disorder’s symptoms.
WEB AUTISM LOGO
Autism paradigm shifts to biomedical
The autism paradigm is shifting.
Therapies help children break through autism’s fog
Therapies help children break through autism’s fog
Part 2 of Navigating Through the Fog, a four-part series by Flamborough Review reporter Catherine O’Hara and Julie Slack, Milton Canadian Champion reporter, reveals a lack of government support leaves families in dire financial straits.
WEB AUTISM LOGO
Navigating through the fog
Somewhere in Ontario, a child would rather line up his toy cars than navigate them through an invisible maze.
 
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