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Autism Stories 33m
Sawyer doesn't need forcing in to situations he's uncomfortable with to please society. Society needs to start learning from people like Sawyer.
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Milestones Autism Resources 29m
A dedicated father of two and a true champion for the local autism community. Meet Phillip Irvin, one of Milestones' 2018 Annual Benefit Honorees.
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ASD Troll Bot 6h
As a shameless troll, I deem that school should be canceled because the roads are full of other drivers.
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P. F. Anderson 11m
To unravel autism’s mysteries, one neuroscientist looks at the developing brain Understanding how the disorder arises could lead to new interventions ’s-mysteries-one-neuroscientist-looks-developing-brain?tgt=nr
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The Star Academy 9h
The Star Academy which is a public benefit organisation and a company not for profit has started the Tembisa Outreach Programme to assist children with autism in this poverty stricken township. We aim to uplift the lives of both parents and their children.
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Joey Hill 23h
We Autistics need to be seen as accepted, not rejected... as credible, not doubtable... as insightful, not frightful... as capable, not incapable... as creative, not destructive... as human, not inhuman... as a martyr, not a fraud. 🤟🏾✌🏾
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And 20h
Replying to @introvertBSNRN
It took us way past 12 to solve. Some attempts included: email to us w/all assignments. Staying after ever day & completing it at school. Losing fun privelages. Extra chores. just letting him fail wasn’t an option.
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Autism in the Hood Oct 15
I wrote a kids book, it's about a kid with It's a very simple book, maybe 5 pages long, a board book like the ones my son loves. Not sure how to get publishing or put into manuscript form. I have a whole series of books in mind.
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The Star Academy 4h
All Star Academy staff members across South Africa and Africa have participated in an international Board Exam, achieving certification as Board Certified Autism Technicians (BCAT), awarded by the Behavioural Intervention Certification Council (BICC).
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Suzie Quzie 57m
So...my teenage daughter has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Incidentally, so has my husband. Navigating this will be interesting.
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Autism in the Hood 23h
Whenever you see a parent, parent Talking, writing or acting in a way that seems "abnormal" Don't judge, that person might be dealing with stuff you could never imagine. Show compassion instead
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PDA ACTION 20h
hello via Please attend this debate
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Compartmentalized Id 20h
Not sure my kid would appreciate this in her binder, but I certainly laughed.
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MaggieJohnson#PCPEU#GTTO 5h
Well he's been is sing for 40 minutes so I assume support worker arrived. He didn't really panic when she wasn't there , just came back . 4 times. Bit of a wobble when people & vans going up & down. So proud of him for overcoming that
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Lori Lite 17h
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Autism in the Hood 6h
My son is super friendly, he loves being social. This awesome but also dangerous. I have to watch him like a hawk. No time for slipping.
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Catherine 1h
It’s a misconception that all people with autism find hugs and eye contact excruciating. We have the opposite ‘problem’, our kids are big huggers! We’re working on not hugging strangers at the moment, but hey, sometimes that stranger really needed that hug
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Autism in the Hood 5h
Raising my son By myself, has definitely given me thick skin. It's not much that can throw me off my game. I'm used to talking to all types of people, constantly advocating for my son. I don't get embarrassed.
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Tower Foundation 3h
Study: Specialized Teacher Training Yields More Success For Kids With Spectrum Disorder via
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