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A Dec 9
The worst kinds of ableist Neurotypicals™
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Jes Dec 8
Happy birthday to my son. I made a birthday cake.
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Chris the Autistic Railroader Dec 6
So far, has been linked to or blamed on: - Genes - Vaccines - Dairy products - Environmental flukes - Medications - Pregnancy complications - The list continues.... ....so when are "professionals" going to wake up to the probability that it's just part of being human?
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Melicious Mama Dec 6
I mean this in the most informative, nicest way... When parents of typical children act like they can relate to meltdowns of an autistic child, it’s frustrating. Parenthood is hard for all, but please don’t assume you know what it’s like in someone else’s shoes.
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jon adams Dec 10
Please RT as I need a wide selection of opinion ‘why should researchers need to be exposed to led culture?’ Do you think they should? Who benefits?
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SillySketch Dec 10
Just things #2: Me: *Tries to use sarcasm* Mom: >:O Dad: ...? Bro: ??!?!?!! Boyfriend, who knows what I was trying to do: LMFAO!
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TN Pathfinder 2m
Join for a showing of Dr. Seuss' "The Grinch" Saturday, Dec. 15 Smyrna! For families with family member (child or adult) w . Tix include popcorn & drink!
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GrowingUpAutistic Dec 7
I’m sensitive to loud noises so shopping can be difficult. After buying a new charger in Tesco & I asked staff if it was security tagged. To my surprise she said “it isnt.. but you look worried” then she walked past the alarm to show me it wouldn’t go off. A lovely lady!
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Bianca Ramirez Dec 10
Had the honor of being a panelist at the UTSA Social Work Last Class event tonight on for 2019 with Representative Diego Bernal & Greg Hansch of NAMI. We had great conversations on supporting legislation to improve access to mental health & services.
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Paul G Dec 6
So proud of my son Brian today, he has never ever been to a pantomime with school or nursery because of his autism but today he wanted to go. I was so proud when he said he'd try it, he got there and lasted 10 mins but last year he had meltdown at thought of it
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Lucy Moore 16m
Replying to @CuratorLucy
Here's more of the work produced between Donna Ng and those who care for young people with !
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Bart Barta 20m
Good morning crew! Last day of training with Fort Worth PD. It’s cold, wet, and windy today. The class so far has been very interactive, with officers asking excellent questions. I’m extremely impressed with the level of professionalism in the
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Social Motion Skills 36s
"Approximately 80% of grown-ups with Aspergers and High Functioning Autism (HFA) do not have full-time jobs – not because they can’t do the work, but because they often have difficulty being socially acceptable while they get the work done."
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☕️ kerry  ☕️ 11m
Thankyou midwifes and doctors for saving my sons life back in 2006 when I had placenta abruption and my son was in special care,my endless tears hearing that my baby was struggling ,12 weeks early and he’s now 12 and happy and healthy
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myAccessHub - Neurodiversity in the Workplace 1m
: RT : My a17 yo autistic son was invited to his first party since the second grade. He had a great time! These addressed the small things that light up the hearts of special needs parents.
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JustEmily Dec 8
Does anyone find that their overloads/meltdowns don't follow a specific pattern, i.e. I can cope with certain situations yet others not however the stimulus that overwhelmed me or didn't is the same?
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REED Foundation for Autism 18m
This month for our $15 on the 15th campaign, each donation will go toward purchasing exercise equipment for our . Research shows that adolescents with can be more likely to be obese than those without developmental disabilities. To help, .
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Behavior Analysts 9m
How does your learn best? Do they have specific interests? Help a child with learn by incorporating things they enjoy!
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Portia Dawson 18m
I expect Callie 2b defined by the vibrant,bright boy that he is&not by the diagnosis.I just want his team2remember that the child thats in their care is my world&as I have expectations4my son,know4certain,that I have expectations4the ones whose hands he’s placed in.
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Autism in the Hood 17h
Sooooo, early puberty, it sucks right? My son, is going through this now and, man it's rough! His body is developing in ways his mind isn't ready for. So he's a confused, moody, emotional rollercoaster most days..
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