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Rhea Feb 7
My son is autistic and he paints stones with tiny dots to chill out and de-stress. Such a little thing but it has such a positive impact on his life.
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Dr Carrie Grant (hc) Feb 11
There needs to be a lot more recognition of whether as a standalone condition or part of the profile. It is often the defiant/avoidant behaviour that parents and schools struggle with. We need more help with how to view the issue and how to help our children too.
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Tom Graham 21s
Replying to @Katepa2018
In my humble opinion, is a cluster of severe co-occurring conditions. Other subtypes of are neurologically similar but with less severe conditions. What is commonly described as the broader autism phenotype is a collection of personality traits.
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Special Strong 43s
Pictured below is Jake running his first mile in his life and his most recent weight loss stats from his doctor! This is the first time in many years to see a decline in weight! We are so proud of Jake and his parents for giving us a try.
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shelly Feb 10
Jack over the moon to meet Rafa again, little friendly pat on the cheek 😂
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Autism in the Hood 23h
If you have a kid that's non verbal, how do you communicate? Writing? Pictures? Pointing? Sign language? Before my son started speaking, he was being taught sign language. He still uses some every now and then.
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shelly Feb 14
OMG OMG!!! Jack has only been invited to have lunch with Rafa and the players!! great gesture from nufc 😍😁😍😁
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ONTAutismCoalition 57m
There were more than two dozen protests at MPP offices across Ontario this week. We’re sharing some of our favourite photos. , take a look. As would say, “We’re not stopping here.”
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Brandi Davis Feb 8
What inspires your child on the spectrum? What brings a smile to their face? What do they enjoy playing on their own? Use what inspires them when helping them with all skills! If they smile, or laugh, keep playing that game! Make learning fun!
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Emma Veronica Feb 13
My 14 year old just said to me “perhaps autistic professionals should be autistic people so they know what’s going on” Having been to an ‘ specialist’ school and seen many other trained ‘autism specialists’ on the NHS she has lots of experience to base that on.
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Karyn O'Neill 22h
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Autism in the Hood 5m
My son is obsessed with the lottery, it's totally my fault. I play the lottery everyday, mostly pick 3 numbers. He's been picking my numbers since he was a baby. Now, he has his own set that I play for him.
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I Can Haz Aspergers 10m
Writers & advocates: what’s a more poetic/lyrical way to say “it is said that people with have trouble showing empathy; but if you’ve ever seen how neurotypical people treat us, it’s pretty clear we’re not the ones who have trouble showing empathy”? Please RT.
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Orana Velarde 26s
It's amazing when children are able to express their feelings so clearly.
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