Jeremy RobbWeblog: blog.robbclan.com
First Published: May 02, 2011 / Last Published: May 18, 2013
Scothoser is a Scottish-American, having grown up in the Rocky Mountains, now moved to San Diego. Having been raised by a farmer's daughter and a rancher's son, he has a love for the land, and a desire for self-sufficiency. With two children on the Autism Spectrum, he has been a staunch advocate for research and therapy for children with Autism, and finding the tools that will make parents more effective in raising their children.
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May 18, 2013
Could Google Glass Work for Someone with Autism?
New technologies are exciting, but often they have problems being accessible to everyone. Would Google Glass be useful to the autism community?
April 30, 2013
Voice4U Special Offer: AAC app for Professionals
Voice4U is an augmented and alternative communication (AAC) app that is being offered for free for professionals.
March 8, 2013
Auti-Sim: Providing Insight to Autism World
It's often difficult to understand how a person with autism sees the world. Auti-Sim aims to help others see that.
February 22, 2013
Romo's Potential for Autism
Romotive has developed an interactive robot, Romo, from a smartphone, that gets me excited about potential for autism therapy.
December 21, 2012
Autism as Excuse: The Social Fallout of Newtown Shooting
Society is looking for a reason to "blame" on the shooting of so many innocent lives, and the media has given them one. Autism.
December 16, 2012
How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Review
The Old Globe had a fantastic performance of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" for families with autism.
December 14, 2012
Autism and Trauma: Helping a Child With Autism Understand the Shooting in Connecticut
There are resources out there to help you help your child with autism deal with a loss of a loved one, even if it was traumatic like the shooting in Connecticut.
December 12, 2012
Autism-Friendly Performances: The Grinch at the Old Globe
Autism-friendly performances are becoming more common in theater.
Promising Drug Study for Autism
A promising drug regimen might be a potential treatment for symptoms of autism.
December 5, 2012
Glutamate, the Brain, and Autism: Revisited
Recent studies have seen increased glutamate in brains of those with autism. But does that mean we should freak out about MSG?