It is important for the pediatricians to complete the CME (Continuing Medical Education) pediatric courses to maintain the licensure. In fact, most of the states demand CME for board certification. Pediatricians who want to gain CME credit can go either for online education or for live conferences. .
With . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons that will Make Pediatricians Prefer Live CME Conferences
(Press Release) A Northumberland company is following in the footsteps of M&S by creating clothing suitable for children on the autism spectrum.
Last year the High Street giant worked with the National Autistic Society to produce an “Easy Dressing” school uniform.
Now the charity has teamed up with The All-in-One Company . . . → Read More: AUTISTIC CHILDREN HELP COMPANY DESIGN FIRST SENSORY ONESIE
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has affected a large population of children in America and other countries. Pediatricians are faced with the job of providing proper treatment and care to such children to help them cope up with their challenges and thrive. To offer quality care and treatment to autistic children, pediatricians need to equip . . . → Read More: What Pediatricians can Know by Joining MAPS Pediatric Courses
My son will be turning 18 in March. I can’t believe how fast time has gone by. Now that he will be considered legally an adult, I have a whole new set of rules/laws to learn. I have to figure out what he is going to do after he graduates from high . . . → Read More: Guardianship Process for Autistic Son
If you have a passion for helping disabled children and want to gain more knowledge, maybe so you can make a career out of it, then your first thought will probably be ‘do I need a specialist degree and what in?.’ Some areas don’t have a specialist degree, for instance if you’d like to . . . → Read More: Degree Options for Those Who want to Work with Disabled Children
60 MINUTES SPORTS” AND SPORTS ILLUSTRATED LOOK AT AUTISM THROUGH THE SPORTS LENS – TUESDAY, NOV. 1 ON SHOWTIME® AND SI.COM
Sports and Autism, Once Thought Not To Mix, Are Coming Together In Surprising Ways
Watch A Preview Of This Segment: http://s.sho.com/2f8hvzc
(Press Release)For decades, autism and sports rarely mixed; there were . . . → Read More: AUTISM THROUGH THE SPORTS LENS
What’s not to love about Halloween? Costumes, decorations, trick-or-treating and candy. Yet for children with autism, joining in on the holiday fun can present some challenges for kids and their parents—e.g. getting into costume, knocking on the doors of strangers, eating too much candy, etc.
So, how can parents keep the . . . → Read More: Halloween and Children with Autism
Choosing the right doctor for taking care of your newborn baby, is one of the most important decisions you would take. The pediatrician you select would get well-acquainted with your family. In the first year of your baby alone, you would visit the doctor six times at the minimum for well-baby checkups. You may . . . → Read More: 6 Tips to Choose the Right Pediatrician for Your Baby