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Merideth Baker 10h
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Help 4 Aspergers 10h
The Comprehensive Handbook on Parenting Children on the
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BlueSprig 7h
‘Passion’ is an often used word in the family. Our for helping children with is the driving force for our team..every single day. Tell us, what passions drive you and how are you using them to fuel your ?
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Dr Tara Regan | Autism Grown Up Jul 18
On this week's episode of the podcast it's another solo episode (hint: we're going to have guests + interviews soon!) to share some ideas to help you and your family make this summer a fun and relaxing one.
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Shrub Oak Jul 16
Something that Shrub Oak truly believes in is that students with can and want to work – which is why we prepare them to be successful in the workforce. It is great to hear that this mother has the same feelings 🤗 via
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Redbank House 6h
Bin lorry obsessed youngster with autism gets surprise visit from waste truck. Read more:
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Abram's Nation Jul 21
"Researchers argue the term “high functioning autism” be abandoned by the scientific community as it is misleading and may create harmful expectations of abilities for on the ." >> …
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Autism Mom Jul 13
Replying to @Mom75Spectrum
Thank you for the retweet! It is so true! As the old adage goes, if you've met one person on the autism spectrum, you've met one on the autism spectrum! Keep fighting! 💜💜
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Lori Thompson Jul 19
💙💙💙💙💙 Every year, only a small percentage of Boy Scouts earn the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout. Timmy Hartgate worked his whole life to reach that honor, and his accomplishment is unique because he has autism and is...
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rfe Jul 14
Replying to @_ausdad
Secondly, what if we can’t participate in raid parties? Are son his in the so we don’t have patience on our side so when attempting to raid we have to be quick about it. (2)
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Lori Thompson Jul 21
Ronni Holt Joshua Beckford, a 12-year-old boy who was diagnosed with , has been named as one of the most intelligent children in the world.
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PatrickLockwood Jul 14
Replying to @DurinnM @hollymathnerd
There are a variety of psychological reasons why eye contact is difficult. For example: Many people with issues simply aren't predisposed to maintain or seek out eye contact (i.e., neurologically less active Theory of Mind/empathy areas).
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OlympiaTherapy Jul 18
Biological difference or diversity, that is the question.
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Hanna Bard Jul 15
is NOT only the grave signs. I can't relate to well-meaning descriptions of people with Asperger's syndrome that mostly describe the more grave symptoms. Autism spectrum is not only having…
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Center for Autism Research - CHOP Jul 15
In a recent blog post we discuss person-first vs. identity first language when talking about someone on the . We'd love for you to read our post and contribute to the conversation by taking a survey on which choice you prefer. Click to read:
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Iowa City Public Library Jul 18
Explore by making your own ! On July 24, we’ll learn about this fascinating culture & their lasting artistic legacy. Come get creative @ 1pm in the Storytime Room. There's a special encore @ 2:30pm for individuals on the & their families.
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KerrinMac Jul 21
Replying to @CaraLisette
this is one of the very important topics that l wanted to share on my channel as well as on my blog. As many of us autistic adults struggle with..
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Autism Canada Jul 18
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Celesta Paumen Jul 17
Added a little extra to an already awsome shirt. merch is an awsome conversation starter and you get to know some awsome people too 🏳‍🌈
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Flying With A Baby Jul 21
Just published a new article: Autism and Flying With Kids on the Autistic Spectrum
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