Day: August 14, 2017

Video:Our AUsome Life- BIG COSTCO HAUL!

Video:Our AUsome Life- BIG COSTCO HAUL!

$300 COSTCO HAUL

Elizabeth and KC have 3 children who each have autism and other special needs.
One way we save money is by going to Costco! We usually go once a month.

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Blog:Losing It Slowly- PANIC

Blog:Losing It Slowly- PANIC

Walked up two flights of stairs tp get tp my interview. Panicking in the waiting room waiting for the interviewers. Dreading leaving more than the interview. Dreading getting the job because of those stairs.  And all the respirators I see.

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Guernseypress.com: Asperger's sufferer devises 52-mile cycle challenge for Autism Guernsey

Guernseypress.com: Asperger's sufferer devises 52-mile cycle challenge for Autism Guernsey

PUBLISHED: August 14, 2017 4:30 pm

A WOMAN with asperger’s wanted to do something to help the charity that had given her so much support.

So she decided to organise a charity cycle ride.

Sandra Robilliard has dealt with mental illness throughout her adult life, but was only finally diagnosed with

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Dailycaller.com: Fired Google Engineer Says It's 'Likely' He Is On The Autism Spectrum

Dailycaller.com: Fired Google Engineer Says It's 'Likely' He Is On The Autism Spectrum

James Damore, the Google engineer that was recently fired for writing a memo criticizing the company’s diversity policies, says he “likely” has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), to at least some degree.

The former, temporary Harvard doctoral student revealed his personal inklings during an “ask me anything” (AMA) session on the

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Blog:The Silent Wave- Sharing: Only connect

Blog:The Silent Wave- Sharing: Only connect

Amazing post!!  I love a huge variety of blogs and blog posts, and the ones who inspire and provoke thought are my favorites. ❤

The Hyperconnectivity Theory of Autism, described in this fantastic piece, perfectly expresses and explains my own experience and the way I roll, too.   Excellent read!! ❤

Counting the Ways

Recently Laina posted about her Jukebox App which is firmly installed in her brain. I, too, have a Jukebox App. Sadly,

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Sbs.com.au: Why 'pushy parenting' could help my son, who's on the autism spectrum, receive a better education

Sbs.com.au: Why 'pushy parenting' could help my son, who's on the autism spectrum, receive a better education

I have a confession to make. If I find myself in a social situation with a school-teacher, I can’t resist passing comment on how lucky they are to have such long holidays.

Something in the way that vein starts throbbing in their temples as they explain through gritted teeth how

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Blog:The Other Side- What would Meri do? Reflections on the Spanish Civil War in a contemporary art practice.

Blog:The Other Side- What would Meri do? Reflections on the Spanish Civil War in a contemporary art practice.

This post relates to my research and the family history which fuels my art practice. My mission is to create a body of work around the themes emerging from a second generation experience of Spanish Republican exile to England.

My great grandmother sits beneath a bakelite radio, surrounded by family photographs in Madrid, 1935.

A portrait of a small child hangs to her right, it’s an image of my father which now rests

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