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Saoirse May 21
Do you keep a sensory kit on you for when you are overwhelmed? I have a small pouch with calming essential oils, fidget ring, fidget cube, and ear plugs.
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sarah burchett May 25
Little dude has got life figured out! Block out the world with a box on your head! Watching your fave programs in peace 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Lex May 23
In October I got into intensive counseling, twice a week. By mid November my counselor had suggested an autism screen. By February I found a Dr accepting my insurance. On Friday I start the process by taking the ADOS & interviews in July Horribly nervous about what to expect
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Treating Autism May 26
Ppl w/ , especially non-/minimally verbal, may express pain atypically, sometimes thro' self-harming/aggression. Some painful medical conditions (eg acid reflux) common in . Vital to carry out thorough physical investigations. Psychotropic drugs should be LAST RESORT.
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Lilo, the autistic queer (them/they) May 22
My newest set of ear protectors.
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Lynn McCann May 23
A social story about moving to the next class in September - starting with the familiar things.
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Saoirse May 23
So I find that I able able to mask and control my emotions most of the time until I can’t. Then I crash. That can be a meltdown or something else. How can I prevent this?
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David Harrison May 22
Disgusting and i would have said something to the driver if i was on that bus
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Marta M Perteguer May 24
Drafting is a crucial part of any creative process, something that should be encouraged and celebrated from the very beginning.
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SEN Resources Blog May 26
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StrengthCards May 22
Do you work with young people with Use Strengthcards? Like to support (Autism Puzzle) we do a range of cards specifically for using with young people with autism plus get a donation for each sale & we have 10off! Use code celebrate10
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Leeann May 22
My little man is 6 today. He has faced challenges we never imagined and kicked ass along the way. He changed us for the better. He’s such a sweet funny boy. Can’t wait for what is next
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André Picard May 25
for 'certainly not based on science,' top B.C. doc says, by via
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The Brown Side of Autism and Special Needs May 26
Wuuuussssaaaahhhhhh.....Both of my boys had tough days...What was I thinking to take them both in Target with me to shop😳😳😳 I had to cry with them when we got in the car😢 then wiped my tears put my sunglasses 😎 on and drive home🤷🏾‍♀️
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AspiGurl May 22
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Saoirse May 18
I am trying to see if a sensation I have is a sensory/autistic thing. I sometimes fell like there is a void in the center of my chest. Something that only deep pressure or a hug could make go away. But that does not always work. Thoughts?
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Dr Pooky Knightsmith May 23
1)Big smiles from Lyra when she cracked this climb 2)I built in recovery time after a people-filled day yesterday and it really helped (slowly getting the hang of life with ) 3)Listening to ’s new book & feeling like we’re sat having a chat Yours?
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ASD Troll Bot 21h
As a student, I feel that school should be canceled because sleep sounds more appealing.
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Rebel May 26
Mr14’s lounge room chill out space: Rocking Chair Beanbag Extra soft knit cushions Fur cushion Rug (for bare feet) Just BYO iPad.
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Benison O'Reilly May 26
Laughable, if you didn't want to cry. Stopped counting the direct costs of my son's intervention program at $750,000, all funded by my husband and me. $100/ fortnight doesn't even pay for one speech pathology appointment. Level 2 is not mild.
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