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Thinking Person's Guide To Autism Nov 17
“Doctors need to be trained to spot in girls, & we desperately need more fictional depictions of female autism & for more women & girls to tell their own stories so it becomes something we easily pick up on &recognize.” :
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National Autism Association Nov 16
Flashy decorations, loud gatherings, disruptions and expectations can make the holidays distressing to kids on the spectrum. Here are some tips that may help.
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Jessica Ellen Munn Nov 19
Love how Ann is showing that all Autistic people are different and we don’t have all the same traits. Plus that we also have to work so hard to make things easier for ourselves ❤️ well done! ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ⁠
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National Autistic Society Nov 19
Very big thank you to the production team for sharing the footage of explaining to the nation in tonight’s episode. Even if it did break our website 🤷🏽‍♀️ When it’s calmed down again, you can find us at 🦜🕷
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Pastiche Graham 13h
😍🔥🙈My Acceptance For Thooooo........🔥💋
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Becky Damgaard 12h
One of the simplest ways to help our children notice us is to bring attention to our faces, eyes and use fun dress-up game ideas. Here is looking fine in her Clown get up!
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jeanette purkis Nov 15
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Brandi Davis Nov 11
All of the studying and college degrees in the world won’t help you successfully support a child/adult on the Spectrum. Take a close look inside, at yourself first, then focus on facing your own life challenges. Only then can you show up as a force of love for others❤️
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Andrew 👽 Nov 14
I never see any information on stimming in ASD people other than hand flapping and rocking, so I thought I’d share some of the ways I stim. 😊🧩
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Joseph Sarkissian 1m
A sweet with mild returns today after two years to continue appliance therapy to develop his jaw size. Thanks to another round of three years ago, his jaws were widened to accommodate...
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🅟🅐🅣🅡🅘🅒🅘🅐 ✒️🧜‍♀️🧙‍♀️ 10h
So of my retirement from / activism led to new bling and some gorgeous . This nail polish is amazing. Goes on so well, amazing coverage! Makes my new ring pop!
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Applied Behavior Ctr Nov 16
Acceptance comes from understanding :)! - - -
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Just Bee 51m
Just Bee is a platform to create a world where anyone with autism is treated equally, to raise public awareness, and to teach respect for all human beings.
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Sven Bölte Nov 13
The latest newsletter of the Society Autism Spectrum in Germany, Austria and Switzerland includes an interview with in English (and German), and other interesting news (in German)
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Melissa 23h
What is doing for people with , myself included, is truly revolutionary. I’m not even sure she’s aware of how much her visibility is helping others.
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Evan Hanson's wheels Nov 17
Evan was well enough to go to stay and play today, he loved exploring the sensory area but became anxious when he went into messy play 2 other children made it seem busy to him. Evan had a seizure today . Some fab pics xx
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Maesteg Additional Learning Needs Nov 12
Proud to 'show off' our learning resource centre for pupils with Autistic Spectrum Conditions
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Autism in the Hood Nov 15
When my son was a baby, I would carry him all around our neighborhood. I would stop and talk to people, say Hi to everyone etc. I did this for yrs, my son saw the positive interactions, now he speaks to everyone he sees, always positive.
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Jorge Silva 4h
Are you ready to take your mask off? Masking is "frequently described as being mentally, physically, and emotionally draining." Hull, Petrides, Allison, et al. "Putting on my best normal": social camouflaging in adults with autism spectrum conditions.
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Annabel Nov 19
In my experience schools don’t often set homework I created these home challenge books to promote life skills, independence and participation with the family for my pupils with ASD. One family loved it so much they asked for more!
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