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Jerry Holy Aug 9
Recently, I discovered in you create and design zoom backgrounds. So, 💡 moment for me to have some creative fun over the last two days. Here is one of my creations!
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Disability Inclusion Champions/Growing Up Autistic Aug 10
Lesson 1-There are Three Types of ASD's
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Paul Walters 16h
Establishing autism diagnosis in young children
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Help 4 Aspergers 3h
Parents of children with can typically trace differences in their children's development to as early as 30 months of age.
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Help 4 Aspergers Aug 10
A lack of interest in fiction and a positive preference towards non-fiction is common among adults with .
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Helen Ashby 3h
The biggest lessons I have learned as a Mum to a child with additional needs, , , and 2 years as a mum to a teenager with and is to pick my battles and know the legislation
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JR Reed #Autism #Aspergers #actuallyautistic Aug 9
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NeuroNews - a voice for neurodivergents Aug 8
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SKH Aug 9
Anna Wilson’s mother had but no one knew. Her mother was diagnosed at the age of 72... (Source: “Woman And Home” magazine, September 2020)
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Leah Aug 10
Thought #2: autism isn’t only the “Rain Man” type. There are some of us who pass as neurotypical because our autism is high-functioning enough (I hate this term btw) so we can develop tools to survive in a society that will never understand us.
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Help 4 Aspergers 18h
Individuals with often have excellent auditory and visual perception.
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Help 4 Aspergers 16h
Unraveling the Mystery behind 's and High-Functioning Child
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Aspire Ireland Aug 10
Brilliant last minute camping opportunity with some spots available for those aged 13 - 17 -
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Help 4 Aspergers 22h
Children with may have an unusually sophisticated vocabulary at a young age and colloquially called "little professors".
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Pole Pupil Aug 6
Fuck, what have I gotten myself into. Reading about this is so depressing 😥. I could stop reading, but I won't live my life in denial of of the truth.
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Aspire Ireland 2h
Are you or a family member thinking of living independently? Here is some information for both people with AS or those supporting someone with AS -
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jacob baird Aug 10
making some homemade spaghetti and meatballs and garlic figures.
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Do-IT Profiler Aug 10
What's your spiky profile? We are all neurodiverse. Understanding our strengths and minimising challenges can be helpful for us all. Discover your spiky profile👇
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robert d williams Aug 10
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Lady Justice Ali Catra 5h
Replying to @ali_ducharme
As I'm in process of decreasing my , I found this inspiring, & like the nonspeaking stated, it would have been nice if we'd had these tools when we were growing up, some like me, not knowing what to call it back then, we were labeled 'retarded' far from it!
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