Aussie mom says she ‘hates’ her children’s autism

Aussie mom says she ‘hates’ her children’s autism

Aussie parenting blogger Sarah Mills defends post in which she says she 'hates' her children's autism An parenting blogger has defended a Facebook post in which she revealed she "hates" her children's autism, calling it "absolute hell". Aussie mum Sarah Mills shares...

Life of an autism mom

Life of an autism mom

Hello SEG Center family!  Hope everyone is doing well and still hanging in there.  With schools still out, I hope every PARENT is taking time for themselves to rest and put their feet up!  Though I always give this advice, I wish I could follow it.  I am just happy...

Realities of autism?

Realities of autism?

Hello world. I hope that everyone is in good health and feeling encouraged as our world begins to reopen. I encourage everyone to continue practicing social distancing as well as proper hand hygiene. On today's blog I wanted to start on a topic that sparked a...

What can a quarantine life look like?

What can a quarantine life look like?

Hello world. So happy to see you joining us again on SEG Center. We pray that everyone is well and is in good health. In today's blog I want to briefly speak on quarantine life or isolation or lockdown or whatever you want to call it. In this coronavirus pandemic that...

Life of an autism mom

Life of an autism mom

Hello guys!! I hope everyone is still doing well. For everyone who may have lost someone during this pandemic, my heart and prayers goes out to you. For those who know someone fighting for their life in the hospital right now, I call for our ultimate healer Jehovah...

Many Kids With Autism Had Sleep Problems as Infants

Many Kids With Autism Had Sleep Problems as Infants

In a new study of more than 400 young children, those who were diagnosed with autism were more likely to have had difficulty falling asleep as infants. This sleep difficulty was associated with altered growth trajectories in the hippocampus. The findings are published...

Potential biomarker for autism identified in infants

Potential biomarker for autism identified in infants

CHICAGO, April 28 (Xinhua) -- Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Stanford University have identified a biomarker in newborns that may signal autism spectrum disorder months or even years before troubling symptoms develop and such...