From website of California Healthline: Pediatricians and public health researchers know they have to be on the lookout for lead exposure from paint chips and contaminated drinking water. A new report suggests food — particularly baby food —
Elizabeth Graham writes: I am a PhD researcher at the University of Stirling researching the experiences of support in secondary school for pupils with a diagnosis of Asperger’s or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
I am looking to explore pup
Mats Granlund, Research Leader of CHILD, writes: In Sweden more than 25% of all children have at least one parent born in another country and in the last years we have received a large amount of refugees to Sweden.
These facts have challeng
Extract: Moms and dads of kids with autism spend less time together than couples with typically-developing children, new research suggests, but that doesn’t mean they don’t support one another.
In a study looking at the day-to-day experienc
COFACE Families Europe and its COFACE Disability branch, have launched a major data collection to map the needs and challenges of family members who are fulfilling caregiving, or supporter role.
Families in Europe are greatly affected by
Sleep problems are often a daily reality for families of children wth developmental disabilities (DD), and in the first instance professionals usually offer sleep hygiene education (SHE) which advises parents on behaviours that encourage q
Extract from article in DisabilityScoop by Shaun Heasley, April 5 2017: A small, but promising study suggests that stem cells from a child’s own cord blood may offer an effective treatment for autism symptoms.
Most children on the spectrum w
Abstract: There is increasing evidence that wireless transmissions have biological effects, some of which are harmful, at levels that may be orders of magnitude below pre-sent safety guidelines. These guidelines were drawn up on the assump