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Dr Jay Watts Apr 5
For , I would like to draw attention to the people, predominantly women, who have been diagnosed as having ‘BPD’ when they are . As our understanding of a different female phenotype for autism grows, I hope we can do better for you + with you.
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carrie Apr 12
It’s the end of don’t forget: If you’ve met one autistic person, you’ve met one autistic person. Autism is a spectrum and not a “one size fits all” diagnosis! All persons with autism are just as different as people not on the spectrum!
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Graham Mooney Apr 26
Watching for first time in forever....the piece on autism is the best thing I have seen on irish tv in a long time. And Ryan Tubridy is doing a great job.
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Cos Apr 6
I've been on a rant all day. The trouble with for me, is that it reminds me of how & are missing across so many essential areas & how the lack of concern is shocking, even among ppl whose jobs are to provide local services
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Autismdad Apr 7
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Anne Kang Apr 18
Thank you for following my story of YVR I CAN FLY program ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ . This has been a precious learning experience for parents and children with autism.
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Richard Branson Apr 7
Autistic people often have skills that are vital to any business, yet only 16% of autistic adults in the UK are in full-time-employment, despite over three quarters wanting to work. Thankfully, progress is being made:
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Police Autism UK Apr 7
Another draws to a close.. awareness is important to us as many senior leaders still dont know what we stand for & why it's important - or that we exist! However our year-round focus is on our goals of acceptance, understanding & celebration of difference 🎯
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Autism Outreach Aberdeen Apr 24
Big congrats to for getting 1st place in the competition!
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Kevin Healey BCAv Apr 6
I also feel for the children and young people whom have been in these institutions, ATU’s and now probably have long life trauma or PTSD, them and there parents would have affected them also and siblings too remember - it can happen 2 anyone
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Richard Lewis Apr 6
Autistic student describes autism: It's like a fry up on a Tuesday. It's not normal, but it's pretty good.
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Rivermead School Apr 7
We raised £192.87 during Thankyou so much for your support and donations for our cake sale!😊
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Edith Carrillo Apr 17
Our students promoting awareness, acceptance, kindness, and friendship one Hornet🐝 at a time. 🐝
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Department of Health and Social Care Apr 7
This announced plans to launch an autism awareness raising initiative later in the year. This will be launched alongside our refreshed National Autism Strategy which you can share your views on today: 👉 Read more 👇
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Birthrights Apr 5
Emma's searingly honest blog on autism & maternity care "My birth experience was traumatic. On paper it probably reads as uneventful [...] but internally its left scars that will never heal, stolen precious memories I can never regain"
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Mary-Ellen Apr 6
What a lovely surprise to have Alan Gardner pitch up at my plot yesterday and chat about gardening, allotments and autism - I thought my site was challenging until I heard about his triangular plot!
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Dr Jay Watts Apr 5
Replying to @Shrink_at_Large
For I would like to encourage people who follow my tweets to link in with people who are . I have learnt and carry on learning so much from the people I follow. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Jay x
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BridgendCollegeExperience Apr 12
Well Done to everyone who participated in at ! We raised a TOTAL of £1250.00 for
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Norfolk Loo Lady Apr 6
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Tracey Louise Rhys Apr 5
For here's my son's poem that won him a place as a commended last year. He was 12 at the time and has a diagnosis of ASD. He's a beautiful writer, one of life's philosophers, an all-round great person. Mind you, I'm slightly biased.
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