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Scott Corbett Apr 20
Great article on hiring employees with . My team uses hands-on project whiteboards tasks during interviews for all candidates, but we can probably take this further. “Have your interviews be project-based instead of verbal” — Jillian Abel
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Ian Birrell Apr 23
How beautiful to hear Greta Thunberg talking about as a gift and pointing out that society is stronger when it embraces difference. This simple message is as important as her stance on the environment
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Ruth Coxhead Apr 21
My daughter got angry. What she was making went wrong. She started throwing things. she said “I’m so angry”. She expressed herself! I wrapped my arms around her and applied pressure. Wished I’d known this strategy soon
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Autism Hood Apr 21
Sometime ago, I figured out that 95% of what son does is only a problem if I make it one. Accommodation is the answer, not redirecting or trying to stop behavior..
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LotusOak 23h
We can't have parents reversing their children's as this counters the GENETIC theory? My own son was born healthy, regressed into after the round of vaccination, fully recovered. It was neither inborn nor - thanks God! - permanent condition.
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Linda Robbins Apr 18
Our little man who has always been terrified of the sea and frightened of sand today played on sea and made his first sandcastles. He has me heart full ❤and broke at the same time💔
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BBC Breakfast Apr 18
The Government wants to give people with hidden disabilities blue badges.
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Cockney in the Countryside Apr 16
Nothing more depressing than having to fill out constant forms about my son and his autism and basically having to list every single negative thing about him to get the help he needs. I know it's what they need to know but why do I feel so awful and down doing this... 😭😢
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Luminary Enlightenment Apr 18
It's completely fine for *you* to believe your is a difference, an identity... BUT- it's also our right to see our disorder as what it is, without being attacked, something that medical research is necessary for. Autism is a living hell for me and many others who have it.
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Wilson Belshaw Apr 17
If I look like I'm listening to a person, I'm generally expending all my brain power on looking like I'm listening to a person
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Sgt Stephen Lozano Apr 19
Let’s keep Autism Awareness rolling. Autism is near and dear to my heart, so please help me continue to spread the word Maybe I can get & to help keep the trend going strong. Follow and RT please.
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Mikey Kay Apr 23
& Me| my film chasing Spen around the mountains of North Wales has 7 more days left on . I’m hoping the film will be given an opportunity to air nationally on , so the more views on BBC iPlayer the better😊
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autistictic Apr 23
means noticing I‘m hungry, dizzy, tired, in pain etc., going to the kitchen to make some dinner to relief that issue - and then seeing on the clock that it‘s already 1 am! 😱 Not noticing how much time passes...one of my signature autistic traits. Anyone else?
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TannersDad Tim Apr 22
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🇧🇧 NyshRocks Apr 19
Replying to @michellebhasin
Maxwell loves singing, dancing and acting. Maxwell was diagnosed with High Functioning Autism and absence epilepsy. He has a little sister who constantly challenges his tendency to be rigid. He is the worlds biggest Avengers fan and loves Black Panther most of all.
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Anne Jax 13h
This is exactly why I’m so passionate about . Although these 2 pics are 13 years apart, my boy still loves to do the funny things he did years ago. Our adults with Autism still need the fun stuff too. Please support.
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Sophie Walker Apr 23
Greta Thunberg on demonstrating the value of different minds to progress for all of us. Our household whooping in celebration and recognition this morning. When society embraces difference we are all better off.
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Kathleen O'Grady 10h
Public hospitals in Canada now charging kids with disabilities for access to health services. This is the plan for .
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Christine McGuinness Apr 19
Thank you for having me talking about the importance of the for hidden disabilities. ❤️
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Michael Coteau 15h
Just like there were no cuts to autism? You may be in power for 3 more years but you have a lifetime to remember how your government treated children, especially the ones who needed your help most.
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