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Brian Gregory
Tired depressed diabetic with Asperger's syndrome. On my good days I'm in to computers, radio and electronics. I regard following back as completely optional.
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Neurodivergent Rebel 24h
I have a question for the 's who also have - do you feel like meltdowns feel very similar to panic attacks?
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Neurodivergent Rebel 20h
I don't accurately know what they are. There are other experiences with similarities but differ. Does that even make sense to anyone?
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Get Reading Jun 26
At last, & tonic ice cream has been unleashed!
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Get Wokingham Jun 26
At last, & tonic ice cream has been unleashed!
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Get Reading Jun 27
Already dreaming of the weekend? Get planning now
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Get Wokingham Jun 27
Already dreaming of the weekend? Get planning now
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Spec Autism Services Jun 26
Leeds' first business networking event w/ emphasis on Social Responsibility - find out more:
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James Cusack Jun 26
Great report on the autism community's no1 research priority
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♬Gillian Loomes♬ Jun 26
- Time for a conversation on research ethics, "impact" & how NOT to treat a researched population? Wow...
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Inked & Autistic Jun 26
Kitties! My cat, on the left, & his brother. both at 7 weeks old.
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Laura James Jun 26
It is entirely ridiculous and backed up by nothing
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Autism Family Jun 25
Some individuals seek for a cure and others believe should be accepted as a difference and not treated as a disorder.
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Autism Family Jun 24
Parents of children with have higher levels of stress.
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PatriciaKarvelas Jun 21
Having autistic kids in class is not a disturbance. My kids get so much out of all of their classmates autistic and not autistic
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Autism Family Jun 25
Children with are less likely to exhibit social understanding, approach others spontaneously, imitate and respond to emotions.
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Autism Family Jun 26
Children with high-functioning suffer from intense frequent loneliness, despite the belief that these children prefer to be alone.
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RachelMurphyAzzara Jun 25
1. This is my son, Blaise. He's 10 and has and . I'm asking you, , to fight for him.
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AmbitiousAboutAutism Jun 27
"High and low functioning are lazy terms for . Because you can write a thesis doesn't mean you can make a cup of tea"
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Autism Matters Jun 27
It is insulting to call a risk.
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Autism Family Jun 26
In the second and third years, children with have less frequent and less diverse babbling, consonants, words, and word combinations
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