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Rethink Autism's technology and proven applied behavior analysis (ABA) principles reportedly offers access to more than 1,500 video-based exercises, a personal Web homepage, care coordination, online peer support and parent education through the Magellan programme, called the Autism Assist.
Meabh Austin Development Officer at FareShare Island of Island received Au10,000 through the Rethink Waste revenue fund last year.
Rethink, in a recently published article, says that for those with severe mental illness, using cannabis greatly reduces your chances of getting better.
More than 10ft high, the turbo Rethink Rubbish dustbin sponsored by Biffaward, will form the centre piece of an interactive roads how to encourage local people to reconsider their waste.
Those CEOs who have not made it a religion to communicate constantly with their companies' shareholders and analysts should rethink their priorities.
ATA International Headquarters encourages the Mid-Atlantic Chapter to engage the Baltimore and surrounding communities in the Rethink Africa event to promote Destination Africa.
Following the issue of these shares Rethink will have 109,169,746 shares in issue.
The Rethink Mental Illness service has been working to raise awareness about mental health issues in the county.
A national campaign calling on the Government to rethink its aviation policy was launched yesterday.
And a Northumbria University transport design student has come up with a radical rethink of how the scooters of the future could look.
Inertia Beverage Group (IBG) today announced a significant upgrade to its REthink Compliance tool (http://www.