Month: March 2018

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Sizzlin' Saturdays Weekly Writing – W4

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Sizzlin' Saturdays Weekly Writing – W4

Naughty Nora has posted a new Sizzlin’ Saturday prompt. If you want to participate answer the questions, post a link to the prompt, comment on Nora’s post and use the picture.

Sizzlin’ Saturdays Weekly Writing Prompt- Week 4

1. Describe your favourite sex toy and what it does for you.

I would say it has to be the submissive partner I am with at the time. Because why the fuck wouldn’t they be? Lol.

2. What

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Cbc.ca: Ontario Science Centre launches new program geared to children with autism

Cbc.ca: Ontario Science Centre launches new program geared to children with autism

The Ontario Science Centre hosted its first “Sensory-friendly Saturday” this weekend, a day filled with programming tailored to those living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other neurodevelopmental disorders.

The event, intended to “embrace and celebrate neurodiversity,” was launched in the run up to World Autism Awareness Day and also comes on the heels

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Idahostatesman.com: This egg hunt means more than candy. It's a place for children with autism to connect.

Tiffany Hammond and her son, Colton, were nothing but smiles Saturday morning.

As Colton, a 5-year-old with autism, scoured for Easter eggs on the grassy playground at River Valley Elementary School, his mom had no fears that he’d be overwhelmed by loud noises and crowds.

The pace of the egg

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Video:Fathering Autism- Will This Keep Her Safe? | Special Needs Harness | Office Tour

Video:Fathering Autism- Will This Keep Her Safe? | Special Needs Harness | Office Tour

The car seat is finally gone! I came up with our own special needs car harness but will this keep her safe? The idea is that the regular seat belt has the role of keeping her safe driving an accident. The harness is just to keep her butt in the seat and keep the chest strap in it’s correct place. We are nearly completely finished with the office so it’s time for an official office tour.

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Essentialoilbenefits.com: Essential Oils For Autism: Beating Autism Spectrum Disorder One Step At A Time

Essentialoilbenefits.com: Essential Oils For Autism: Beating Autism Spectrum Disorder One Step At A Time

Every year, the World Autism Awareness Day is on April 2nd whereby autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events in recognition of people living with autism.

Hi folks, always great to see you back again and hungry for some more knowledge. Today,

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Blog:Pharaohs World!- Are you Autistic ?. My view.

Blog:Pharaohs World!- Are you Autistic ?. My view.

Like many people both Autistic and Neurotypical, I settled down to watch “Are you Autistic ?” the other evening.

I have waited for the dust to settle before giving my thoughts because I did not wish to rush to judgement and I am aware that the views I am expressing may be at odds with the mainstream community view.

I am not on Twitter at the moment. I have felt detached from the community for

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Thejournal.ie: #life with autism

Thejournal.ie: #life with autism

Poll: Would you support a move to ban non-recyclable coffee cups?

DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL is set to look at banning non-recyclable coffee cups in its buildings and other areas within its control.

Meanwhile, Minister Denis Naughten has spoken to coffee retailer Insomnia and fast-food restaurant Supermacs about reducing the use

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Norwalkreflector.com: Fisher-Titus celebrates World Autism Awareness Day by revealing community “Be a Piece of the Puzzle” mural

Norwalkreflector.com: Fisher-Titus celebrates World Autism Awareness Day by revealing community “Be a Piece of the Puzzle” mural

The mural will be revealed at 11 a.m. Monday and be displayed through Tuesday in Fisher-Titus Medical Center’s Shady Lane Café.

In February and March, Fisher-Titus invited local businesses and community members to “Be a Piece of the Puzzle” in an effort to raise autism awareness and funding for local

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Thejournal.ie: 'I've been that soldier, where people are tutting and rolling their eyes'

Thejournal.ie: 'I've been that soldier, where people are tutting and rolling their eyes'

Samantha and Evan Source: Samantha Judge

A NUMBER OF shops and businesses around Ireland have introduced autism-friendly events in recent years.

These may involve supermarkets not playing music and lowering their lighting and till sounds. Some shops also allow a family with an autism card to skip the queue.

At

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Enewscourier.com: Courthouse to go blue for autism

Enewscourier.com: Courthouse to go blue for autism

Todd Tomerlin, community and program director of the Autism Society of Alabama, North Alabama division, announced Thursday the Limestone County Courthouse will be lighted blue for autism awareness on Monday, April 2, also known as World Autism Awareness Day.

Tomerlin said Athens Mayor Ronnie Marks and Limestone County Commission

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