Is the female autism brain different?

Our 5-year-old-daughter has been evaluated by multiple clinical psychologists for autism spectrum disorder with all of them saying she doesn't meet the criteria for ASD, even though we strongly believe that she has the disorder’, a case and a conundrum I first heard from a mother in 2011 and from countless other parents since then.

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The Other Side of Acquired Brain Injury

Acquired brain injuries affect many children each year. They include brain injuries related to stroke, trauma (e.g., blows to the head), prematurity, cardiac arrest and other ways that oxygen to the brain is reduced or cut off, and infections.…

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PTSD Symptoms common among ICU survivors

–Condition long linked to war veterans found in one in three ventilated patients One in three people who survived stays in an intensive care unit (ICU) and required use of a mechanical ventilator showed substantial post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms that lasted for up to two years, according to a new Johns Hopkins study of patients with acute lung injury.…

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