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Matt Apr 17
is a utopia that will never be achieved in anyone’s lifetime. It doesn’t represent the genuine challenges of people below the intellectual ability of the people who advocate it. It actually mocks them and the families who deal with and its challenges.
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Tom Apr 18
Replying to @oliviabehaviour
The movement and its 'allies' are a disease that needs to be purged from the political arena.
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Emery Snowtail 4h
Did you know that only 20% of diagnosed autistic adults are employed? Imagine how low that number would be if it was easier to attain a diagnosis after childhood!
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OoohThings! Apr 16
Replying to @tclementsuk
The ideology that celebrates every brain and wants everyone to have the support they need for a fulfilling life? Yeah it goes unchallenged because it’s a good goal for the world. Your ideology seems to want everyone to feel utterly useless
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Matt Apr 17
Replying to @BeingAutistic
This very ideology makes individuals weaker in their ability to challenge their own struggles. Putting the burden back on to society without taking responsibility of your own... it will ping back straight at you when people work out the frauds advocates are.
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ADDvantage Hypnotherapy Apr 10
ADHD, dyslexia, ASD. Curse or blessing? I never fail to be amazed at the creativity, sensitivity and intuition of my clients with ADHD. So let's celebrate this May 2019.
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Kai Xiang Lim Apr 12
A random conversation between two kids that I overheard on a train yesterday: Kid A: "What is autism?" Kid B: "It's something that makes you kind!" So much to learn from them to be non-judgmental and be more understanding in embracing
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Avrila Klaus 1h
Replying to @mykola
Because of that problem of conflicting purposes, it seems to me that the movement might need to jettison the DSM and write our own Neurotype Identification Manual. (2/2)
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JobMatcherAI Apr 17
Product immersion is in the bag. It's been a busy few days and we've gone down the rabbit hole around language and bias but we've popped out the other side smiling with some answers in our pocket. Now to get building!
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Emma Brown Awareness Month 4h
the Programme looks phenomenal, as usual! Super excited to see will be speaking, he’s a fantastic advocate for
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Siena Castellon ByCA Apr 17
🌟🚀Shout out to Clevedon School in North Somerset for signing up to take part in 🌟🚀 Over 175 schools & over 157,000 students taking part
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Thomas Clements Apr 16
Meanwhile, the industry continues to go unchallenged by serious academics, scientists & intellectuals. Given the nonsense that this ideology pumps out daily, it's a wonder there are so few skeptics & opponents.
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Thomas Clements Apr 10
The idea that all neurological difference must be accepted as natural and therefore 'good', as per the credo, is not a 'documented fact' either. It's an ideology.
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Thomas Clements Apr 14
Maybe I should start cashing in on this racket?
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HR Aspects Magazine 14h
RT : Why should employers support in the workplace?
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❤️💛 rachel bullock 💚💙 9h
new diary goals ❤️🌈🌈🌈☂️☂️☂️ ❤️💙💚💛🧡💜
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Soli Lazarus Apr 17
Replying to @SophieRunning
Because teachers have not be trained to understand or and get it completely wrong. Punishments do not work. Support, help and kindness does
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Kim Coleman 4h
Replying to @michellebhasin
This is our Sean. He’s 10yrs old & loves singing, cuddles, mint-chocolate chip ice cream & all ‘mini toys’. Sean has autism & we think he’s pretty cool bec of it. We are a positive family
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ADHD Foundation Apr 17
We are counting down to June 6th for the launch of our 2019 Umbrella Project ! Thank you to Elenor Rathbone Foundation
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Neurodivergent Rebel 🧠 4h
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