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Dad School Aug 10
Having an child does make things different. For example, my son is 2 and often asks me to read him the periodic table as his bedtime story.
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Saoirse Aug 15
Do you see as an identity or a diagnosis? Ponderings of the morning.
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Dad School Aug 13
We're on holiday atm with the little one. Trying to keep things the same like bringing his pillow and blankets, favourite toys, keeping his normal routine etc. but he's still struggling to adjust. Any tips for how to make holidays easier for ?
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Andy B Aug 7
My big lad has qualifications! Considering we didn't know if he was going to attend mainstream school when he was wee,, he's come a long way.
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✩ rich | 碧珍 ✩ Aug 7
I guess we’re skipping but we’re having day 😄❣️🌸
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Silent Cries Aug 8
I know it's going to be a bad day for my little munchkin, when he walks to Nursery on his tip toes!
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Lisa Rudge Aug 12
Seeking diagnosis is important in understanding who you are and accessing the support you need to reach your potential
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Little Boy of Mine Aug 4
It’s been one of those days. You know. Those ones where your child’s ASD takes over and you don’t get anything done, yet you haven’t stopped all day! Does that make sense?!! To other autism parents I’m sure it does 😁
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Nat Fi 3h
Every morning I have to explain what we are doing today, what we are eating each meal and timings. It’s just exhausting. I would love to just wake up and wing it some days
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Silent Cries Aug 8
Phone call from Nursery to say that little man has fell over and bumped his head in 3 places! I could have predicted this from his Tip Toe walking this morning! Poor bubba 😥
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Holland Bloorview Aug 9
We are excited to launch the Advocacy Tool Kit for parents of children and youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs). The tool kit was developed by the autism research centre (ARC).
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LRCSS 11h
With rates of on the rise in Canada, children, youth and adult services need to be responsive and inclusive to the needs of individuals with .
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Saoirse Aug 16
if you have gone for a as an adult, how much information did you put on the intake paperwork about your autistic traits?
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Becky G Aug 13
Wondering why I put us through the stress of applying for . Beyond vague..so woolly. Absolutely nothing quantified or specified. Child with expected to remain in setting she couldn’t cope with and didn’t feel safe in.
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David R Aug 16
Proud of my whole school displays explaining and to staff, parents and children and some simple strategies. Lots of power in using universal approaches to expand everyone’s knowledge of speech, language and communication needs
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Ms. Lee Aug 13
My little sister is a part of this super cool study at USC! 👩🏻‍🔬👩🏼‍🔬If you or someone you know has a child 4-6yrs old with and wants to be a part of this home study 🤖 you could earn 💰🤖💰and be a part of science! And because robots!! 😍contact: studyrec@usc.edu
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Kaitlin Sylvester Aug 15
We’re feverishly working to plan a FREE event for families affected by . Stay tuned... details are coming SOON!! Want to know what we have up our sleeve before everyone else? DM w/your email & you’ll get all the deets & registration info before anything is posted online!
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Lynnette Peckett Aug 17
A year ago my son got his A Level results. Today he finishes his first week in his first job 🙂
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Thinking Autism 1h
Unhealthy gut, unhealthy brain: The role of the intestinal microbiota in neurodegenerative diseases More evidence of link between the gut and the brain. Relevant to too.
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samantha duff Aug 15
The big boy got his results Me: That’s really great Darragh, I’m so proud of you! Boy: Thanks! Me: You must be thrilled 😁 Boy: yeah, i suppose! Don’t loose the run of yourself with enthusiasm son!
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