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Umar Hassan Apr 1
It's and I think it's only right that I share my story of being a journalist on the spectrum, the challenges I have faced and how I have overcome them in this thread.
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Jeremy Corbyn Apr 5
It's been inspiring to see so many people get involved in this year. From fundraising bake sales to stalls, to videos and wonderful messages like this which someone sent me earlier in the week...
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The Makaton Charity Apr 3
In honour of , here is the line drawing for Autism 💙
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Stephanie Sirr Apr 2
It’s - today my son spent 30 minutes banging his head & biting my DH and then one hour working patiently & painstakingly at a letter board with an facilitator unloading the knowledge in his beautiful brain. I celebrate his bravery. Not his autism
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Emily♡ Apr 1
Some facts: - Girls can be autistic too but it’s misunderstood so many go undiagnosed and disbelieved - Girls are better at masking their difficulties so it can go unseen - Never tell someone they don’t ‘look’ autistic - All autistics are different!🧩❤️
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Kevin Chapman Apr 1
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The Chapman Family Apr 5
As it’s we’ve had a couple of crazies out banging the child exploitation drum as usual. So to clarify. Again. The definition of exploitation is below. Compare that to the facts that follow...
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Richard Branson Apr 3
This week is . It’s an opportunity to drive greater attention to the issue, but also to celebrate the millions of people living with autism and their contribution to our workplaces, families and wider society
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Richard Branson Apr 3
Rather than encouraging everyone to conform to thinking the same way, let’s support and celebrate our differences - in doing so, we all stand to gain
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Bethany Black Apr 1
Anyway, it’s also I’m autistic. have been my whole life, it’s not the result of “a vaccine injury” in anyone. Also, i’m not a burden on society or my family and friends like would have you believe. They want Autism eradicated
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Brian Byers Apr 1
It’s . I’m lucky to be a parent and at that a parent of 3 healthy kids including 1 lad who happens to be autistic. The irony is he has taught me more than I’ll ever teach him. Completely changed me and my outlook 💯
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Jim Apr 5
people will only stop needing support when they: ✅Have equal access to jobs and income ✅1/4 risk of mental health issues ✅1/9 risk of suicide ✅The same life expectancy as everyone else ✅Accepted in society as eqauls
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Heather Bagley Apr 5
Very proud to have been told my son’s photography will to be exhibited at The Autism Show 2019, Event City, Manchester
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Hazel Mae Apr 1
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Kylie Minogue Apr 9
Check out this wonderful animated video made for . One of the stars is my good friend, ’s son, (who you may know from !) Great job team 🙌🏻 📺
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Tom H Apr 5
Just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who has supported me throughout this years very much appreciated. Certainly helped improve my own confidence thats for sure! 😊
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Richard Branson Apr 3
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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JulianSupport Apr 2
Exactly! Here's to standing out and hats off to all those affected by Autism
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NAS Campaigns Apr 3
Thanks to for raising a really important question with the PM about the need to improve autism diagnosis during & good to hear the PM confirm the Gov will be looking at this in the review of the
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Samantha Renke Apr 2
On my latest column couldn’t be more poignant. Thanks to for working with me on this piece. Please RT
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