Autism is a pervasive neuro-developmental condition which affects how a person communicates or interacts with others. People with autism may have a difficult time understanding social cues or social behaviors and they may face challenges engaging with those around them either by using words or non-verbal behaviors. Autism looks different for every person and affects everyone differently. Autism may also be recognized differently in different populations and cultures. While it may affect different cultures and countries at the same rate, sometimes the social behaviors vary. For example eye contact expectations are different from country to country. While lack of eye contact can be a common sign of autism in the United States, other cultures may not notice it as much. If you would like to learn how one adult with autism navigates their world, you may call 646-668-8485; dowload stitcher on your electronic device or listen by going to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pjcmedia
Hemophilia A, also called factor VIII (FVIII) deficiency or classic hemophilia, is a genetic disorder caused by missing or defective factor VIII, a clotting protein. Although it is passed down from parents to children, about 1/3 of cases are caused by a spontaneous mutation which is a change in a gene.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hemophilia occurs in approximately 1 in 5,000 live births. There are about 20,000 people with hemophilia in the U.S. All races and ethnic groups are affected. Hemophilia A is four times as common as hemophilia B while more than half of patients with hemophilia A have the severe form of hemophilia. The X and Y chromosomes are called sex chromosomes. The gene for hemophilia is carried on the X chromosome.
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The majority of people do not do things that will place them in prison, but in case you accidentally find yourself there, here are some survival tips that may help: 1. Don’t talk about your case; don’t try to buddy up with people; don’t get too involved with prison politics; don’t trust anyone; hide your emotions; make use of your cellmates; use your words carefully; always be polite and respectful to guards and other prison employees; don’t be a snitch; don’t ask the staff to solve your problems; respect other inmates; do not get involved with a gang; do not do drugs; do not gamble; do not get involved with homosexuals; do not talk to the guards; keep yourself busy with positive activities; and finally,get GOD in your life!
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Join me tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST as we discuss why are churches have become targets for crime. Call 646.668.8485 to listen and press the number 1 to be live with your questions or comments. Let’s talk about it.
There was a time when a person would not curse or smoke when walking past a church. These days persons are not only cursing and smoking as they past by, but some are smoking and cursing inside the church.
In South Carolina, Dylann Roof, a terrorist and white supremacist, went into a church and killed nine people. When he was apprehended in North Carolina, he was said to have told the policemen he was hungry and they bought him something to eat. Seems to me, that was his reward for killing Black people.
Recently, our lawmakers signed a bill that those who have concealed carry permits may take their guns across state lines no matter what the other state’s laws are. If you would like to join the conversation call 646-668-8485 or download stitcher on your electronic device or go to http://www.pjcmedia.net to listen.
It is not entirely clear why the increased frequency of bed bugs has hit the United States recently. Maybe because of the frequent reports of bed bugs in hotels. It was common once for hotel rooms to be sprayed along the baseboards for control of a broad list of pests.
Baits and very specific biological controls were introduced into the processes we used to get rid of them and bed bugs were caught up in the net of routine pest control services.
According to the internet, a dirty house has little to do with where the infestation of bed bugs come from, but they are very good hitchhikers. They jump aboard your luggage or clothing unknowingly and stow away until you get home.
There’s a possibility they came from your neighbors, and if you want to know more about these “nasty little critters,” just call 646-668-8485 or download stitcher on your electronic device or go to http://www.pjcmedia.net.
Many autistic females don’t receive a diagnosis until they reach middle age. What behaviors were being exhibited by this young female in order for a diagnosis to have been made so early? Was it difficult getting help and was it very expensive to test a young child?
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THIS IS MY FIRST YEAR ANNIVERSARY AS HOST OF LET’S TALK ABOUT IT WITH JENNY WHITE. SO, WE WILL HAVE AN OPEN MIC SESSION THIS FRIDAY, 11-03-2017 AT 8:00 P.M.
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Since 1944, Bethany Christian Services has been reaching out to children who are alone or vulnerable. As a worldwide and community leader in adoption and family services, we know that a child’s best chance to thrive is in being a part of a safe, loving family.
Bethany’s ADOPTS program addresses the impact of traumatic experiences on children prior to adoption. Our therapists nurture children and their parents with support, education and caring intervention to help each family member thrive, not just survive. We don’t counsel mothers who are considering abortion as an option.
Children in foster care have faced hardship and pain during their lives. When returning to their biological family is not an option, they need a safe place to call home, with a family to provide them with the love and care they need. There are more than 100,000 children in foster care who are available for adoption and they are just waiting for a family to belong to.
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The United Conference began in 1976 to assist women in making a personal choice to make serving GOD a priority in their lives.
The conferences are held in the Midwestern United States, and this year’s will be held at the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio. The theme is, “Keep It Moving.”
They have also added “GLOW” which means “Girls Living On the Word.” This group was started in order to invest in the lives of young ladies 12-18 teaching them how to live a GODLY life on a DAILY basis.
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On this week’s show, we’ll address bullying in the workplace! What, you don’t think that can happen to grown responsible adults? We’ll talk about on Friday, at 8:00 p.m. EST.
Bullying is not just happening to young people in school or on the internet, it happens to adults in the workplace also. Workplace bullying is defined as: Repeated health-harming mistreatment of one or more persons by one or more perpetrators that takes one or more of the following forms: verbal abuse offensive conduct/behaviors (including non-verbal) which are threatening, humiliating or intimidating work interference – sabotage which prevents work from being done repeated and intentional exclusion from work activities or meetings to the degree that the excluded person can’t do his or her job. To join the conversation call 646-668-8485; download stitcher on your cell phone or listen to blogtalkradio.com/pjcmedia
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