Employing Adults with Autism

In the past decade there has been a tremendous shift in the way autism is viewed. What previously had been considered a debilitating, lifelong disorder is now viewed in much a different light. An autism diagnosis today does not mean chronic crippling disability. With early behavioral intervention, children diagnosed with autism can lead independent or […]

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Empathy and Substance Abuse

Most of the time, a mental illness is not clearly visible. Physical illnesses, injuries and wounds, on the other hand, are much easier to see. This is not generally the case with mental illness and perhaps a reason why struggles of the mind have, through the course of time, been considered supernatural or demonic. But […]

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