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Sensational Learning with Penguin
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 25
Unreal. The beauty of nature, and the mess that is human nature...
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 26
Replying to @theautismpage
Thanks so much for sharing! 🧡x
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The Autism Page Nov 26
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 26
Replying to @evakatona
I’d say a lack of substantial downtime is likely to be a common contributor. I think the autistic mind/body needs more time to recover inbetween activities, and when there isn’t enough downtime, that can really take its toll xx
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 26
Replying to @evakatona
Reducing stress can be super helpful. For some, lots of therapies can be of great help, but if it gets too much, it can be counter productive, and actually unhelpful x
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 26
Replying to @evakatona
...in younger children. And I’m not sure at what point it would be best described as ‘burnout’. But it is, I think, something which is really important to be aware of x
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 26
Replying to @evakatona
Do you mean signs of burnout, or signs of autism? I would say, burnout can occur in autistic children from quite a young age, due to a lot of things being overwhelming/exhausting for them to process & cope with. But as this post says, it can seem more like a gradual regression...
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 25
Interesting read, and a good list of strategies 💡 However, I still don’t really understand what’s different between burnout & general . To me it seems like the same burnout, but with being a contributing cause..? 🤔💭
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 25
Unreal. The beauty of nature, and the mess that is human nature...
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Granite Man 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 💙 Nov 24
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 24
Two of the characters we encountered when out walking on Monday afternoon.
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 24
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 23
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 25
Replying to @lou_bitch
Such a lovely photo of the starlings, it made me smile x
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 24
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 24
Two of the characters we encountered when out walking on Monday afternoon.
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 24
Replying to @Llaabz
Actually yes, I’m a woman and I’ve had several months in my life when £1 has mattered indeed. But I still think that politics should be about making the structures better, not handing out freebies to gain votes. (And I bet they wont be sponsoring eco-friendly options either...)
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 24
Replying to @annoyingwarrior
Pardon?
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 24
Replying to @Llaabz
There must surely be a lot more that could be done if politicians were truly interested in making the world a better place. Instead they use their time, and the money they are getting paid, for this kind of political virtue signalling.
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Sensational Learning with Penguin Nov 24
Replying to @Llaabz
How much difference does approx £1 per month mean? That’s not much extra food you can get? It’s not real.
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