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You may have seen the posts on Facebook about the untimely death of four year old Harry due to medical neglect.
I’ve been meaning to delve deeper, to inquire of the attitude of the hospital, the despair and courage of Harry’s family.
Yet still I have the devastating knowledge that no matter what the outcome of investigations, no matter what the compensation this family receive, this little boy died at the wrong time.
Harry was a happy fun loving little ...Continue Reading →
To those who say they hate autism….
You say it loud and clearly that you hate, resent, and even despise autism.
That you hate autism for robbing your child of a normal life.
That you hate autism for not giving your child a voice.
That autism took everything good away from you…like your holiday gatherings, your
vacations, your friends, your family, even your spouse.
To you that was all autism.
You will also state that your child may have autism but it’s not who they are.
You will ...Continue Reading →
As an autism advocate I come across anti-vaxxers who viciously fight against vaccinating in the mistaken belief it will case autism in their children, (the light left his eyes…..the Autisms had come….). I come across people who use chlorine dioxide bleach in enemas believing it will purge mythical rope worms causing autism in their children (we are parasite motels that are mobile, you see?). I amble past parents abusing their children with TMS magnetic ...Continue Reading →
I’m so very proud of my son today.
He had an outing planned with a local Scouts group, it was to be the first time he would go
on a trip with them and he was very excited but also anxious.
What would the other kids talk about?
Would he have fun?
Would they hold ...
Get The Camera Out….
My names Lauren and I am autistic. I also have learning difficulties and hearing loss in my
My schools great, you know? They try and include me in everything, there’s the usual tier
system of popular girls and boys, great clothes and own car as soon as they leave school.
They are all off to high entrance fee Universities which is great for them.
I’ll be going into a special ed programme learning life skills, I am, however gifted in ...Continue Reading →
My Mothers a Neurotypical, Please Be Nice To Me.
Bet that caught your eye!
How about….My Aunt Has Down Syndrome, Please Be Nice To Me?
No? Still inappropriate? Still disgusting and suggests you need pity because a relative is of a certain ...Continue Reading →
When his concerned friends and followers expressed amazement he had even had a baby and queried what had happened, why had this baby been ...Continue Reading →
Dedicated to the memory of Kayden Clark, recalled in every down pour of rain, every burst of sunshine and embodied in every resulting rainbow.
To be an adult autistic is a challenge, navigating society and applying social rules.
Mimicking gestures, facial expressions and feeling alienation at the best of times.
Then add being transgender, growing up feeling as though you walk across a stage ...Continue Reading →