Sensory Breaks and An Inclusive Ethos.

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Sensory Breaks and An Inclusive Ethos.

With children knowing school holidays are looming with class parties and the much encouraged by the schools stage performances you may find your little one starts to exhibit some anxiety.

As you may know I’m a home educator and I will tell you why.

art-therapy-227585_1280In schools I have found that ...

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Media Storm…

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After all the months and months, years really of working hard against the horrors of MMS and other abusive treatments against autistics I am thrilled that after The Independent featured my work in an article that the article has been picked up by the wider press and published in quite a few different media sources.

This is wonderful for me but even more importantly it brings more public attention to the horrible things that are done to autistics in pursuit of ...

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Meltdown: The Aftershock

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Meltdown: The Aftershock

Did you know that even though a meltdown has finished, the shock to the system can still affect the individual for days afterwards?

Let’s go through briefly what a meltdown is…

It’s a loss of control, an overwhelming feeling of rage that can envelope you to the point of no longer being aware what you are saying or doing.

A person in meltdown mode has hit the point of no return and full fight or ...

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Emma Dalmayne – The Truth

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Emma Dalmayne – The Truth

 

Emma Dalmayne is an Autistic woman, with 6 kids, all she feels are neurologically different.

Emma has the unique ability of being able to explain in amazing detail aspects of her autistic traits, coping mechanisms and how to manage life.  This incredible talent, along with her brilliant writing skills has helped countless parents, and therefore their autistic ...

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Some Well-meaning advice…

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Well-meaning advice to an Autistic Child.

 

I sat up late one night to write the letter you are about to read. I should have gone to bed, but an impassioned plea from a Mother whose child was having difficulties at school with his peers prevented me from being able to sleep. The words “I hate it when I’m being autistic” made my eyes fill up, and I reacted with all the usual common sense of unregulated compulsion, ...

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Was Marilyn Monroe Autistic?

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Was Marilyn Monroe Autistic?

Marilyn was born Norma Jean Mortenson and lived mostly in orphanages due to her mothers mental health problems.

She married aged 17 to a young man named Jim Dougherty, she enjoyed young married life and loved cooking peas and carrots together because of the colours! The marriage didn’t last as Jim  didn’t approve of his wife’s blossoming modelling career.

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From The Autism Community To CD Autism.

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From The Autism Community To CD Autism.

I wanted to send a message to the parents, the self proclaimed ‘ Warrior Moms’ who say they are ‘ Combating  Autism’ and bleaching the child they gave birth to.

The child they nurtured in they’re womb, then they heard the word ‘ Autism’.

Suddenly the child they had cherished was a problem to be fixed, and they literally launched war on they’re own children.

With a ...

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On Daniel Smith

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After this news hit the media the reaction has been a mix of jubilation mixed with angst that it was for a short period of time.

The first conviction for the distribution of MMS is regardless a triumph for all who oppose MMS being used as a ‘ Cure’, it’s unscientifically proven, unregulated and is causing pain and suffering to thousands of autistic children and vulnerable adults globally.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                  CIV

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, ...

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A Blaze of Gold

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A Blaze of Gold

As an individual with Aspergers  and children on the wonderfully neurodiverse spectrum I feel I must speak out on the subject of combating autism.

Why is it when I inform people of the fact my children have autism I am immediately offered unwanted advice, apologies and pity?

The media thats why. The scaremongering by companies like autism speaks depicting families with autism as tragic, at a loss and with a child ...

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