How to Eat an Elephant

How to Eat an Elephant

By Hopper When people talk about autistics and the foods we eat, the go-to explanation for pickiness is sensory issues. This is a valid point but is only one element of what impacts the dietary preferences of autistic people. Yes, flavors are different for us. They can

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How to Improve Inclusivity in Higher Education

How to Improve Inclusivity in Higher Education

By Bojana Petkovic It’s 2020, and it’s high time we ditched the stigma related to students with disabilities. The good news is, higher education is more accessible than ever. Thus, every student should be able to get equal opportunities to learn and develop their skills. What’s more,

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Brain Changes in Mice May Benefits of Exercise for those with Autism

Brain Changes in Mice May Benefits of Exercise for those with Autism

In an article published in Medical News Today by Catharine Paddock PhD, exercise seems to affect the brain to reduce some characteristics of autism in mice. In mice that were bred to to model autism spectrum disorder (ASD) University of Tokyo scientists discovered that surplus connections in brain

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