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commune

[kom′yo̅o̅n]
a small community of people who share certain social and economic objectives. Members may also share property ownership and control local political leadership and are committed to the concept of holistic medicine.

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Q. what can a descrease in communication in an 8 year old be? I thought it was some kind of autism but been told it can't be. so what can it be?? I also think he is afraid to get fibromyalgia like his older sister, maybe that's what keeping him down?

A. decrease in communication can be from soooo many things. but you go straight through to the medical clinical solutions. you know, some 8 year olds stop talking with their parents because they are mad at them. so the question is - how long is it lasted? over 2 weeks? if so- it might be a good idea to take him to a children psychologist.

Q. What does an autism evaluation consist of? How long does it take? My two year old is getting evaluated for autism and I want to know what to expect. He is already in speech therapy. His speech therapist said she sees no signs of autism but I still want him tested just to be sure.

A. Hi Hun.. my twin son Thomas was 3 when he was taken to an assessment unit it was a 6 week look at him and how he was and acted, within a few sessions he was diagnosed with severe autism, he is nine now and still non verbal and still in nappies, i have to say autism isn't just about the lack of speech its a lot more than this, lack of eye contact , no interest in playing with other children head banging limited diet also can he a factor, Thomas had a speech therapist before he was assest at the “child development center” and even she said she thought he had autism but its not down to them they just pass on to the right people what she seen during the session, age two is very Young to be assest that is why (depending where your from) they like to leave it to three as speech is still developing.

Q. My brother-in-law named Jacob has bi-polar schizophrenia; please help us by giving some solution for this… My brother-in-law named Jacob has bi-polar schizophrenia; he is currently on his medication and takes them faithfully in a positive mood. We have a hard time communicating with each other and it's destroying our marriage, please help us by giving some solution for this…

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Furthermore, in any Commune where there is a health centre, health officers would be a tremendous asset, particularly, in the collection and compilation of vital and health statistics.
Ross observes that 'as a slogan the Commune melted divergences between left factions, enabling solidarity, alliance, and a shared project' (p 19), but it is a pity she fails to recognise these divergences as intersections worthy of exploration.
Molecular characterization and in vitro antifungal susceptibility profile of Schizophyllum commune , an emerging basidiomycete in bronchopulmonary mycoses.
The provincial level also relaxed their supervision of district and commune levels, which were supposed to be monitored and disciplined on behalf of the centre.
In this limited space, he captures some of the complexities of Jewish identity, details the actualization of New Odessa Commune's utopian dream in Oregon, the gradual erosion and eventual collapse of the commune, and individual communards' return to the Jewish fold in New York and their ongoing commitment to humanist ideals.
The date of the closure of the Queensland National Bank, which significantly deepened the economic depression in Queensland, is important for understanding the situation of the communes and local businesses.
The commune survey reported on the percentage of farmers in each commune who buy seeds (rice as well as seeds for other crops) and the percentage of farmers that use irrigation.
Tea and cake (lemon drizzle and fruitcake) produced on a tray by Mum, much to the approval of Commune members.
The elections were held to elect 11,459 councilors for the country's 1,633 communes.
Communes have long been a feature of American life.
The tight confines within each commune sparked intense political and cultural debate but also forced activists to recognize the legitimacy of other views in the name of commune solidarity.
Notes from Nethers: Growing Up in a Sixties Commune is the true-life memoir of author Sandra Eugster, largely centering around her adolescence in a commune in rural Virginia in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

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