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Emotional Therapy: How to Bridge the Gap For People With Special Needs

Emotional Therapy: How to Bridge the Gap For People With Special Needs https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/emotional-therapy-people-special-needs/

If humans are anything, first, we are emotional beings. Newborn babies in the NICU are proven to have increased chances of survival directly correlated with how much physical contact they receive. This has been the root of hospital volunteer baby huggers programs in which they bring in volunteers to simply hug and cuddle infants to […]

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Ways Serving on the Board of Anderson Center for Autism Has Changed My Life Forever

Ways Serving on the Board of Anderson Center for Autism Has Changed My Life Forever https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/serving-autism-nonprofit-organization-life-changing

When people meet me, they pretty quickly realize I’m an engineer.  It has been a big part of my life since I graduated from the University of Notre Dame and got a job at IBM in East Fishkill, NY.  I studied electrical engineering and was fascinated by power.  I really didn’t like computers and only […]

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