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Ioanna Roumeliotis May 15
I rarely talk about my private life, this is an exception. When it comes to vulnerable kids, including my own, the power of is incredible. The lack of it can be crushing.
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Holly🌸Robinson🌸Peete May 17
🙏🏽😢💖👨🏼‍🎓 He couldn’t speak as a child. Now this student with is giving a commencement address
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IBT May 14
As diagnoses grow, research is key. Read:
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John Brightcliffe May 13
My Man!!!! Huge GOAL TODAY!!! Eddie sat by himself for the 1st time ever to get a haircut!!! 💇🏻‍♂️💈💇🏻‍♂️💈 🧩💙🧩💙🧩💙🧩💙
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Cory Chaulk May 15
My daughter who has is getting better at playing. She even counts the blocks now while she builds her tower. Today was her last session of Jasper at and it was VERY successful.
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Dr. Ariadne Schulz 6h
I really would like people to stop phrasing in particular autism as a disability. There are forms of autism that *are* debilitating, but for the most part spectrum disorders are much more akin to super-powers than anything else.
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Department of Health and Social Care May 21
Today Health Secretary has announced new measures to improve care for those with and , following report into use of segregation in mental health units
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Autism Academy 56m
What are the signs of being oversensitive to your internal sense? Find out more here:
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Paul Hunter May 14
Autistic people regardless of verbal ability can have difficulty identifying and labelling their internal sensations. This is a good infograph that explains this sensory difficulty, interoception, with some advice about how to help with this.
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Thomas Clements May 16
According to self-styled 'scholar' Steve Silberman, there will never be an autism cure because he's "gay and there's no cure for that either". Bears repeating that autism, a neuro-developmental disability, is not even remotely comparable to a sexual preference.
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Thinking Autism May 14
‘We didn’t expect to see such an impact on mood and behaviour — we were trying to find out what effect the prebiotic would have on gut bacteria and gastro-intestinal problems’.
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Jamie West May 20
Megan Ball Rigden, I saw this. The red coat made me think of you! Thanks for everything you and your allies are doing - especially when exhausted. ;)
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The Son-Rise Program® 5h
Here is a from the Son-Rise Program to you. Enjoy! :)
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Spectrum May 21
About half of all people also have intellectual disability. But a great deal of research is drawn almost exclusively from participants without intellectual disability. That needs to change.
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Rob Gorski 4h
Just a friendly reminder to parents, as well as an FYI for everyone else. 😉
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Parents' Voice 5h
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Scott Peterson 18h
Meet Julia -- The new Muppet with Autism 😊😊😊
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lisa morgan 22s
I won’t be watching this, it’s my worst fears for my child. Some people can make a difference to these PEOPLE. Be one of those people
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JacobsPromise 15m
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Identifor May 21
RT CEOs finally get it. Staff on the spectrum are a huge asset … via
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