Day: December 10, 2017

Video:Fathering Autism- Avoiding Autistic Meltdowns | Vlogmas 10

Video:Fathering Autism- Avoiding Autistic Meltdowns | Vlogmas 10

Avoiding autistic meltdowns and tantrums in new public situations requires prepping and planning for the unknown. When we happen upon an activity that is ran by people willing to go above and beyond to ensure our kids have a great time regardless of their challenges it’s a nothing short of a blessing. We were treated like VIPs at St Marys Express while we visited Santa’s workshop.

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Abc.net.au: Sensitive Santa bringing Christmas to autistic people

Abc.net.au: Sensitive Santa bringing Christmas to autistic people

For autistic children or parents, jumping on Santa’s knee at a shopping centre can be a confronting, stressful experience.

Bright lights, a bearded stranger dressed in a red polyester suit, jiggle bells and lots of crowds.

Now Northland shopping centre in Melbourne’s north has partnered with Amaze, the peak organisation for

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Stuff.co.nz: Treatment for selective mutism said to unlock mute children's ears and brains

Stuff.co.nz: Treatment for selective mutism said to unlock mute children's ears and brains

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ILS practitioner Ali Peacock says listening to modified music can treat selective mutism, which is a failure of the body’s evolutionary response to danger, in which the threat of social stress is reacted to in the same way as a physical threat, and the body instinctively freezes. The

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Thesun.co.uk: A mum of an autistic child has explained why she HAD to tell her daughter 'the truth' about Father …

Thesun.co.uk: A mum of an autistic child has explained why she HAD to tell her daughter 'the truth' about Father …

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Blogger Miriam Gwynne is mum to autistic twins, but it is her daughter who was severely struggling with many elements of Christmas such as how Santa accesses the house, grottoes and sitting on a stranger’s lap.

TELLING children that Father Christmas isn’t real can prove to be a

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Khaleejtimes.com: Lack of data, cultural issues are barriers to determined ones

Khaleejtimes.com: Lack of data, cultural issues are barriers to determined ones

Lack of accurate data and cultural issues continue to be the main challenges in carrying out research and development for people of determination (PoD), a top Dubai government official has said.

Speaking on the sidelines of the first Conference for Inclusive Employment and Occupational Learning (ICIEOL 2017), Ahmed Abdul Karim Julfar,

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Olajide.tv: Tag Archives Autism

Olajide.tv: Tag Archives Autism

The University of Oxford has disclaimed that a Nigerian, Chris Imafidon is a professor at the university. Saturday PUNCH on November 18, 2017, published an interview in which Imafidon claimed that he had overcome autism to achieve greatness and that no child was born with an inferior gene. The interview went viral on

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Basingstokegazette.co.uk: Equine therapy in Old Basing set up to held children and adults with special needs

Basingstokegazette.co.uk: Equine therapy in Old Basing set up to held children and adults with special needs

A NEW business to help children and adults with special needs via equine therapy has opened in Old Basing.

Juliette Hammond started the project, named Pony TLC, after leaving her job at Robert Mays School, where she worked with children with special needs, last year.

The project is based at

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Saddind.co.uk: Cash boost for local causes from kind-hearted shoppers at Saddleworth Co-ops

Saddind.co.uk: Cash boost for local causes from kind-hearted shoppers at Saddleworth Co-ops

A BOOST of thousands of pounds has been donated to Saddleworth groups and organisations thanks to the generous ‘Local Community Fund’ run by the Co-op.

The nationwide scheme sees each Co-op branch nominate local organisations, then when members buy a Co-op brand product, one per cent of the money

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Cp24.com: Parents fear changes to Toronto schools' gifted, special ed programs

Cp24.com: Parents fear changes to Toronto schools' gifted, special ed programs

Peter Goffin, The Canadian PressPublished Sunday, December 10, 2017 10:27AM ESTLast Updated Sunday, December 10, 2017 4:24PM EST

TORONTO — A Toronto District School Board task force has walked back a proposal to restructure gifted and special education programs, which stoked major concerns among parents and advocates last week.

Many

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- My Sunday Song (Xmas style)

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- My Sunday Song (Xmas style)

Starting this Sunday until the week of Christmas I will be sharing some of my favorite Christmas songs on Sundays in light of the holidays. 🙂

This is one of my absolute favorite Christmas songs, probably my second fav of all time, but I would have to give it some thought. xD Many memories of my parents playing it during this time of year.

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Winteriscoming.net: Win a chance to attend the Game of Thrones season 8 premiere and meet the cast

Winteriscoming.net: Win a chance to attend the Game of Thrones season 8 premiere and meet the cast

LOS ANGELES, CA – SEPTEMBER 20: (L-R) Actresses Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner, producer Guymon Casady, actress Carice van Houten, producer Carolyn Strauss, actress Gwendoline Christie and actor Peter Dinklage, winners of the award for Outstanding Drama Series for ‘Game of Thrones’, pose in the press room at the 67th

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13wmaz.com: 'I'm a kid just like you': 9-year-old boy explains autism in viral video

13wmaz.com: 'I'm a kid just like you': 9-year-old boy explains autism in viral video

George Yionoulis, 9, created a viral YouTube video to explain his experience with autism.  YOUTUBE/LISA JOLLEY

When George Yionoulis’ fourth-grade teacher asked if he’d be comfortable making a presentation in class to explain his autism, the 9-year-old boy jumped at the idea.

Instead of simply standing in

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Abc.net.au: Accidental poisoning of NSW Central Coast man leads to calls for ban on toxic herbicide

Abc.net.au: Accidental poisoning of NSW Central Coast man leads to calls for ban on toxic herbicide

The near-fatal poisoning of a NSW Central Coast man with severe autism who drank a highly toxic herbicide left in an unmarked drink bottle has sparked fresh calls for a nationwide ban on Paraquat.

Damien Terry’s survival after accidentally drinking the commercial weed killer has been described as nothing less

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Croydonadvertiser.co.uk: Pantomime 2017: All the festive shows being put on in and around Croydon this Christmas

Croydonadvertiser.co.uk: Pantomime 2017: All the festive shows being put on in and around Croydon this Christmas

As Christmas grows closer, chances are you’ll be putting up decorations, writing cards and wrapping presents.

But for many families, December wouldn’t be complete without a trip to see a pantomime.

This year’s Croydon production of Jack and the Beanstalk is now well underway, despite technical difficulties delaying the opening

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Blog:Neuro Wonderful- Early in the video your cats tail is visible, a cute moment to help with a video about an infuriating book.

Blog:Neuro Wonderful- Early in the video your cats tail is visible, a cute moment to help with a video about an infuriating book.

Anonymous asked: Early in the video your cats tail is visible, a cute moment to help with a video about an infuriating book.

Haha, yep! Jiji’s tail makes a cameo.

When I was editing afterward, I felt a little bad that when Jiji walked past I coudn’t help but smile, since it’s such a serious topic. I don’t want anyone to think I was being facetious! 😛

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Wiltsglosstandard.co.uk: Mental health sufferer undertakes acts of kindness every day in memory of mother

Wiltsglosstandard.co.uk: Mental health sufferer undertakes acts of kindness every day in memory of mother

A YOUNG learning support worker is undertaking a random act of kindness every day this festive month in memory of her kind and loving mother.

24-year-old Siobhan Brasier, from Cirencester, wanted to do something positive in memory of her mother, Amanda Cubbage, 51, who died unexpectedly on October 21, a

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