What is the latest on Sharisa Kochmeister? an update interview with her father

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Sharisa Kochmeister

By now many of our readers will be familiar with the case of Sharisa Joy Kochmeisters, who was removed from her family’s care against her will. Her human rights were removed and she was subsequent placed into an entirely unsuitable care facility for patients with Dementia. Sharisa had her own legal guardianship, but has had it taken away by Jefferson County Colorado.

Until now the exact details of what  happened to ...

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Remembering the Amazing

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Remembering The Amazing.

As an autistic mother to wonderful neurodiverse autistic children I keep a keen eye on articles on social media and there are many positive wonderful blogs out there, ones that celebrate and promote acceptance and pride in autistics and autistic life.

Wonderful humorous and often heart rendering accounts of life with a spectrum child, the love and challenges listed with a respect to the child and all involved.

Occasionally though, there ...

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The Time Is Now.

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An open address to the parents using MMS and GcMAF from the autistic community.

We have individuals selling harmful unscientifically proven concoctions.

 We have vulnerable naïve and gullible parents duped into buying them as they are brainwashed by the message given by organisations like TACA (Treating And Curing Autism),

DAN (Defeat Autism Now) and Autism Speaks.  

They feed the propaganda money making machine that sends the ...

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Emma on Jeanette’s Autism Show

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Use the player below to listen to  Emma speaking out against Autistic abuse on Jeanette Purkis’ Autism show.

If the below player is not working for you follow this link – Emma Speaks on Jeannette’s Autism Show

Check Out Lifestyle Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Positively Autistic on BlogTalkRadio
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Autistic girls, sexuality and vulnerability

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Autistic girls, sexuality and vulnerability

One thing not mentioned and often brushed aside is the need and want for acceptance and friends in girls who are autistic.

After growing up in an environment of sensory overloads, teasing and watching the popular girls breeze by with apparent ease it can be ...

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Dissociating myself  from their Autism.

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After my son was diagnosed with Autism then subsequently myself  I decided to do this piece for those who’s  child may be diagnosed with Autism or you may only have the suspicion that they are on the spectrum.

 

Apart from concerns about your child’s communication and social skills they may also display self stimulating behaviours and melt downs.

 

These behaviours may display as pacing, rocking, jumping and spinning.

They may have oral stimms they ...

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