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๐ƒ๐€๐๐ˆ ๐ƒ๐Ž๐๐Ž๐•๐€๐ Feb 15
Hereโ€™s a fixed version of my flowchart with a watermark. It will never be as popular as the bastardized one on FBโ€”but if youโ€™re reading this, you are the special few who know the original artist ๐Ÿ˜‰ RT to support crediting artists and not watering down the community ๐Ÿ’•
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Autism in the Hood Feb 15
If any of you guys are religious, do you take your kids to your place of worship? If so, how do they behave? Do they understand?
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Elizabeth Leitman 36m
Since starting this journey 6 months ago, Iโ€™ve fought to find resources for my son, Iโ€™ve built networks to educate myself b/c answers arenโ€™t readily available. Iโ€™ve worked HARD to find support and it makes me sad to see comments like this so frequently.
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Kathryn D. Boyles Feb 14
Unconsciously ripping up paper items and styrofoam cups because it feels good to rip. Whoops
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Joanne Pritchard 42s
More evidence to support As a spectrum condition via @
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โ˜€๏ธJolly Cooperation Jojiโ˜€๏ธ | E3 | PAXEAST 30m
Since we talked about my corner...here's Sean's corner! I made an area for him to work/game comfortably, picked out a sweet gaming chair, set up with all his favorite knick-knacks, fidget toys for his , and head phones for when he's over stimulated.
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Christian Sarkar 2m
is a core competence.. for the future!
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ADHDamned 8h
Hey you! Yeah you. The one with or something else. What do you struggle with the most? Iโ€™ll go first: Realizing I have a disorder. I hate thinking thereโ€™s anything different about me. At the same time now that I know + am treating it, itโ€™s not a big deal. Your turn.
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Autism in the Hood Feb 15
How do your kids do with self care? Brushing teeth, washing face, getting dressed, feeding themselves etc My son struggles with all self care, I do it so it's done properly. But still let him try.
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Kerry-Anne Courtie 3h
Having a child with is one of the hardest most challenging things a parent can go through! I just wish there was more awareness and understanding! speak up people!
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Special Hands Workshop 2h
โ€œThe secret in education lies in respecting the student. -Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Divergent Brain Feb 11
, with comorbid , , a few personality disorders and a ton of . So, I'm , what are your comorbidities? And what do you like /hate about them?
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mary hill 12h
ADHD is a disorder that makes it difficult for a person to pay attention and control . He or she may also be and almost constantly active. is not just a childhood disorder.
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Focus-MD 2h
How often do you take your medication?
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Jack Riccardelli Feb 6
Hello hello to all my new followers! ๐Ÿ‘‹I'm literally a Jack of all trades so don't be alarmed if my twitter is hella lol
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Autism in the Hood 6h
Discipline How do you guys handle that? And the parents of severe classics, do you discipline at all? My son doesn't understand any type of discipline, timeouts, taking things away, punishment are all useless.
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Adult ADHD Channel 8h
'I grieved the loss of normality for a long time after my diagnosis and it stopped me from being kind to myself.' For a long time after her diagnosis, Alex was reluctant to make friends and socialise with anyone else who had the same condition:
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Focus-MD 12h
4 out of 5 PEOPLE misunderstand
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Dr. James Gaeta 8h
Chiropractic can reduce the symptoms of without the use medications! 856-816-6824
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Focus-MD 50m
skills are delayed in kids with
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