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For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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Rankin SC 2009 Anaesthesia and the autistic child Available from: www.
Nahid also says that there is little help available to her as a parent of an autistic child in the UAE.
I try to be more clear and realistic with the autistic student because the autistic child cannot correct the information in the future if the teacher gives him wrong information the first time.
The researchers found a weak association between mild T4 deficiency and the likelihood of producing an autistic child, but a strong association between severe T4 deficiency and autism (3.
These private institutions are mainly run by volunteers who have at least one autistic child in their families.
Once this is accomplished, the teacher or parent can start to create schedules and engage the autistic child in using them.
Derek Spence, 55, became angry after being repeatedly awoken by the bell at the Edinburgh flat he shared with his girlfriend and her autistic child.
Jenny identifies play as a problem area for autistic children because playtime often involves roleplay and is a difficult concept for an autistic child to grasp.
This guide, which is now in its second edition, has been expanded to include new ideas on how to engage an autistic child with technologies such as the Internet and digital cameras.
As the mother of two autistic boys, Kathy Labosh draws upon her experience and hard-earned expertise to write The Child With Autism At Home: The Home-Life Guide which is a succinct compilation of 350 tips for parenting an autistic child in every area of the home environment including the attic, master bedroom, child's bedroom, "the corner", the family room, playroom, music room, kitchen, study, bathroom, broom closet, even the front and back doors.
Being the young brother or sister of an autistic child can be a bewildering and sometimes distressing experience.
It must be part of the national plan that covers all aspects of autism care from cash given to the caregiver to rehabilitation," Shaikha Al Farsi, a mother of a three year old autistic child, said.

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