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einhverfuróf {hv}
autistic spectrum
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Translation for 'autistic spectrum' from English to Icelandic

autistic spectrum
einhverfuróf {hv}læknisfr.
Usage Examples English
  • Moseley is also home to Uffculme School, an all age special school for children on the Autistic Spectrum.
  • Diagnosed with autism, he has been an inspiration to her in her support for people on the autistic spectrum.
  • With the Autistic Spectrum being so diverse and widespread, each case or scenario is different.
  • In 2017, plans were to use an outbuilding as a treatment center for autistic spectrum disorders.
  • Sarah has autistic spectrum disorder and Anna and Rachel display characteristics of ADHD but as yet, are not diagnosed.
  • A number of places at the school are reserved for students with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
  • There is evidence for the success of this program with children diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorders.
  • Pathfield School caters for pupils with profound or severe learning difficulties and for pupils on the autistic spectrum, serving an age range 3–19 and is a member of the SENtient Trust – a Co-operative Educational Trust.
  • The Marion Centre is a specialist resource base at The Bishop of Llandaff for students with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC).
  • Omega-3 fatty acids, particularly EPA, have been studied for their effect on autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
  • In this book, Williams becomes a teacher and goes on to work with children on the autistic spectrum before being thrust into the public eye upon the accidental publication of her first book.
  • Hamilton Special School caters to primary school-age students who have special education needs, predominantly autistic spectrum disorders and communication difficulties.
  • The Robert Arthington Hospital was refurbished and opened in 2015 as the Lighthouse School for pupils with autistic spectrum conditions.
  • It was following their realisation that their daughter Susie (1956–2005) was autistic that Lorna Wing became involved in researching developmental disorders, particularly autistic spectrum disorders.
  • org website, for people on the autistic spectrum who are seeking to work towards self-employment.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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