Month: June 2018

Video:Purple Ella- Autism AND Clothing/Personal Style| Purple Ella

Video:Purple Ella- Autism AND Clothing/Personal Style| Purple Ella

Autism and clothing/personal style. It’s taken me many years to find clothing which is both tolerable, and makes me feel I have a personal style. So I’m sharing the issues around clothing and autism. More below.

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A little bit about me:
Hi I’m Purple Ella and my family is an autism family with three out of five of us on the autistic spectrum. So life can be a challenge but also a lot of fun.

Helpful links
The National Autistic Society – http://autism.org.uk
Action for ME – https://www.actionforme.org.uk

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Blog:Spectrum Women- Meet the Spectrum Women Book Authors: Samantha Craft

Blog:Spectrum Women- Meet the Spectrum Women Book Authors: Samantha Craft

Spectrum Women: Walking to the Beat of Autism is now in its final stages of publication, preparing to be printed for the wide world to see by Jessica Kingsley Publishers, we, the Spectrum Women and authors of this book, felt it would be a great opportunity to tell you a little about ourselves and the reasons why we were part of this incredible project. Each Spectrum Woman has a unique story to tell and today

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Wirralglobe.co.uk: Survey highlights call for better understanding of people with autism

Wirralglobe.co.uk: Survey highlights call for better understanding of people with autism

A NEW survey by Wirral charity Autism Together has highlighted calls for a better understanding of people with the condition.

The organisation, which helps more than 400 people on the autism spectrum, commissioned the Future 50 survey to mark its 50th anniversary.

It collated data from more than a thousand

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Video:Garry Burge- Autism and God

Video:Garry Burge- Autism and God

I discuss the Cross in the Book of John 19 and I include a link with Reverend Billy Graham discussing the Cross

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Blog:Yes, That Too- “They aren't having communication breakdowns”

Blog:Yes, That Too- “They aren't having communication breakdowns”

I’ve heard plenty of arguments about why AAC isn’t needed. Thankfully, I hear most of them in the context of people explaining what they do when they encounter them, rather than the context of people trying to tell me not to type to communicate. Today, Dana Neider, the blogger behind Uncommon Sense, gave the keynote for AAC in the Cloud today. She mentioned one that I hadn’t heard before and I wasn’t really expecting to

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Blog:Unstrange Mind- The “With Autism” Series

Blog:Unstrange Mind- The “With Autism” Series

A friend showed me an article today: Study: Drivers With Autism Just As Good As Other Motorists. My friend joked that they needed a bumper sticker that said “Autism is my co-pilot” since they were clearly driving with autism (as opposed to driving while Autistic.)

[image description: a square white sticker that says autism is my co-pilot.  Available on Redbubble by clicking the image or clicking these words.]

A 2018 study found that “Drivers With

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Countylinemagazine.com: ArtsView Produces Show for Children with Autism

Countylinemagazine.com: ArtsView Produces Show for Children with Autism

Published: June 27, 2018

The first performance of Palette of Possibility in Texas takes place in Longview the week of October 22.

An interactive journey through the primary colors geared specifically for children with autism and other developmental disabilities, the play offers hands-on interaction with the audience and is

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Video:Fathering Autism- Phone Call From El Salvador

Video:Fathering Autism- Phone Call From El Salvador

We got a phone call from El Salvador we weren’t expecting. We thought we wouldn’t hear from Isaiah until he got back in the US. It was great to hear his voice and see the good he’s been doing. Abbie went to HEAL surf camp for a morning surf session. She spent more time bobbing in the water than surfing but she had a great time. It was a wonderful event with so many smiling faces. For more information on HEAL check out the link below.
http://www.healautismnow.org/

-Gemiini Free Trial – 2 Weeks With Promo Code FATHERINGAUTISM
https://gemiini.org/
-Cool Stuff & Gift Guide-
https://www.amazon.com/shop/fatheringautism
-Shirts, Sunglasses, & Coffee Mugs-
http://fatheringautism.storenvy.com
-Priscilla’s Cooking Channel-
-https://www.youtube.com/c/potspanspriscilla

-Mailing Address-
Fathering Autism
10416 New Berlin Rd
MPB 227
Jacksonville, FL 32226

-MY SOCIAL MEDIA-
-Patreon-
https://www.patreon.com/FatheringAutism
-Facebook-
https://www.facebook.com/FatheringAutismYouTube/
-Snapchat- FatheringAutism
-Twitter- @fatheringautism
-My Instagram- @fatheringautism1
https://www.instagram.com/fatheringautism1/?hl=en
-Isaiah’s Instagram- @whats_the_pointnshoot https://www.instagram.com/whats_the_pointnshoot/?hl=en

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Video:Center for Autism and Related Disorders- CARD Cribs Rocklin, CA

Video:Center for Autism and Related Disorders- CARD Cribs Rocklin, CA

Welcome to our Rocklin, CA center! Now accepting new patients! For more information about the services we provide for individuals with autism please call (916) 824-3220.

Music Credit: Mauntauk Point: Montauk Point” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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Video:Purple Ella- Chewigem Pencil Case Set| Purple Ella

Video:Purple Ella- Chewigem Pencil Case Set| Purple Ella

I’m looking at the Chewigem pencil case set. More below.

To buy the pencil case set: http://www.chewigem.co.uk/product/chewable-pencil-case-set/

If you like my videos check out my blog posts at http://www.purpleella.com

Follow me on Twitter – https://twitter.com/Purpleella
Join me on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/purpleella/
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Follow me on Google+ – https://plus.google.com/+EllaPurplemu…
Connect with me on LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/ella-tabb…

If you want to contact me email me [email protected]

A little bit about me:
Hi I’m Purple Ella and my family is an autism family with three out of five of us on the autistic spectrum. So life can be a challenge but also a lot of fun.

Helpful links
The National Autistic Society – http://autism.org.uk
Action for ME – https://www.actionforme.org.uk

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Burlingtoncountytimes.com: Rising autism rates change roles for parents, providers

Burlingtoncountytimes.com: Rising autism rates change roles for parents, providers

A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show autism rates rising across the country, and especially in New Jersey, which has changed some roles for parents and service providers.

Earlier this year, Bancroft unveiled a state-of-the-art complex in Mount Laurel with a mission to provide more

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Psypost.org: Study provides new insight into how autism might develop in the human brain

Psypost.org: Study provides new insight into how autism might develop in the human brain

In a study published in Stem Cell Reports, a McGill team of scientists led by Dr. Carl Ernst, researcher at the Douglas Hospital Research Centre, revealed a molecular mechanism that may play a role in the development of autism.

By taking skin cells from patients and reprogramming those cells to become

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Uark.edu: Whitby Writes Instructional Guide to Teach Mathematical Word Problem Solving to Middle-Schoolers with Autism

Uark.edu: Whitby Writes Instructional Guide to Teach Mathematical Word Problem Solving to Middle-Schoolers with Autism

June 27, 2018

Peggy Schaefer Whitby, a University of Arkansas associate professor of special education, has written a book to help teachers teach mathematical word problem solving to middle school students with autism spectrum disorder.

Whitby, who is board certified at the doctoral level as an applied behavior analyst,

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