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youngster

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a young person between birth and puberty

one who is not yet legally of age

a guileless, unsophisticated person

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one descended directly from the same parents or ancestors

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The hospital has developed a system to identify in advance when an autistic child is scheduled to have a procedure under anaesthetic.
My husband and I decided that we both needed to find jobs, as it is very costly to look after an autistic child," says Nahid.
Parents need to better understand the needs of their autistic child and should try to learn what is new in that field so that they can apply it at home.
Life is difficult being the parent of an autistic child, but the system magnifies the problem by not giving recognition to our children.
But the changes that occur in these autistic children are more dramatic--more like a metamorphosis in which the autistic child suddenly becomes almost normal.
The avoidance by autistic infants and young children of physical contact is seen to lead to far less physical closeness between the mother and the autistic child than is the case with non-autistic children.
Ibrahim Al Salmi, social communication manager of the Zubair Corporation, commented on the initiative, saying, "The rehabilitation programme initiated through "For Them" is one of the community-based programmes that provides sustainable initiatives to educate the community, initially on autism and then the autistic child who could be interacted with in any public place.
The result is a specific set of tested recommendations that will go far in helping parents sort out the special daily challenges of raising an autistic child.
The physical, emotional and psychological dimensions of care for an autistic child are wide and far-reaching and the bulk of the help comes from infrastructure that can offer a range of facilities to educate and train the requisite therapist.
Washington, August 19 ( ANI ): A new study has claimed that pregnant women, who are unable to make nearly enough thyroid, are nearly 4 times more likely to produce a autistic child.
The family of businessman Veysel E[currency]ahin, a father to an autistic child, is one of the families that cannot find the necessary education opportunities for their children in Turkey.
From keys to assessing a child's development to checking progress and skills development levels, A Step-by-Step Curriculum for Early Learners With Autism Spectrum Disorders is a 'must' for any parent or teacher working with an autistic child.
Autism affects information processing in the brain by altering how nerve cells and their synapses connect and organize; how this occurs is not well understood Om Mohammed, the mother of an autistic child, said, "I felt very happy when my son hugged me.
Anyone who has spent time with an autistic child understands that helping him or her to learn and develop into a productive member of the family and community is a daunting challenge.
A DAD was fined pounds 300 yesterday for attacking a man he thought had rung his doorbell in the night disturbing an autistic child.
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