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News from October, 2013
Perspectives Corporation | October 30, 2013

Winter Jacket Sale At Graphic Perspective

Graphic Perspective is having a winter jacket sale!

Starting now, you can get up to more than 50% off men's or ladies' sherpa fleece lined jackets, jacquard fleece jackets, seam-sealed insulated jackets, and men's fleece vests.

Jackets and vests come blank or embroidered with your company logo.

But act fast; these great deals end on November 30 - perfectly in time to bundle up for the cold weather!

Call (401) 295-1560 wi...
 
Perspectives Corporation | October 30, 2013

Trinity Rep Presents A Christmas Carol with Sign Language Interpretation

Trinity Rep Sensory Friendly Christmas Carol
Join Perspectives and Trinity Rep this season for a sensory-friendly performance of A Christmas Carol on Saturday November 9 2013 at the Chace Theater in Providence.

Perspectives Corporation is proud to team up with the Trinity Rep Active Imagination Network and support this performance of the yuletide classic by helping to provide sign language interpretation for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
 
Autism Center of Excellence | October 18, 2013

Maine Set To Lead Multi-State Autism Study

In October Spring Harbor Hospital in Westbrook Maine joined a new and wide-reaching autism research project backed by a $1.2 million grant to study cases of severe autism across six states.
 
Perspectives Corporation | October 11, 2013

2013 Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week in RI
Did you know that the first full week of October is national Mental Health Awareness Week?

Mental illnesses are among the most misunderstood of all health issues.; so during this week mental health advocates across the country join with others in their communities to sponsor activities aiming to diminish the stigmatization of and raise public awareness and understanding for mental illness and treatment.
 
Autism Center of Excellence | October 8, 2013

Discrete Trial Training for the Treatment of Autism

DTT Autism Therapy
Discrete Trail Training (DTT) is one of several teaching strategies that are a part of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA); one of the most studied and effective therapeutic methods for helping children with autism and related developmental disorders.
 
Perspectives Corporation | October 1, 2013

Keep Calm and Exercise

Excercise to Treat Anxiety
While exercise has long been known to improve and prevent a variety of common health problems such as high blood pressure diabetes and arthritis ongoing research has also shown that it can help to reduce anxiety. And while the cause-and-effect of exercise on anxiety isnt altogether clear there are number of ways that working out can definitely help you to relax and feel better.
 
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