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Video:Jason Love- Highway Cleanup

Video:Jason Love- Highway Cleanup

We use our morning to participate in a Highway cleanup project. Frumpkin & Pumpkin have a wonderful time picking up garbage and playing on the side of the road.

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Video:Fathering Autism- Priscilla’s Carrot Cake Recipe | He Won For Me | Fathering Autism Vlog #25

Video:Fathering Autism- Priscilla’s Carrot Cake Recipe | He Won For Me | Fathering Autism Vlog #25

You guys have asked for more cooking videos with Priscilla so she shows you her made from scratch carrot cake recipe. She will comment down below with her cream cheese frosting recipe as well. He won for me! Not really but it was nice seeing Isaiah’s team beat their rivals on my birthday. Thanks so much for watching and for all of the birthday love. I didn’t realize until uploading that there isn’t a single sighting of Abigail in this video. I don’t know how that happened.
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Video:AUTISTIC WEREWOLF- WHY LABELS EXPECIALLY HIGH & LOW FUNCTIONING AUTISM IS ARE A LOAD OF CRAP!

Video:AUTISTIC WEREWOLF- WHY LABELS EXPECIALLY HIGH & LOW FUNCTIONING AUTISM IS ARE A LOAD OF CRAP!

Well meaning Neurotypicals too often use the terms High Functioning Autism & Low Functioning Autism as tools to oppress people on our spectrum! To be labeled High Functioning by neurotypicals is held out like a doggie treat. Even in the best case labeling a person with autism High Functioning versus Low Functioning telegraphs the bias, self limiting expectations, autism prejudices and autism ignorance of the neurotypical making the assessment.

Before my systems were advanced enough to correctly and consistently make all the proper neurotypical common sense reality processing connections I was usually called a low functioning autistic. Once my systems evolved to the point where I could function near my developmental age I was called high functioning autistic.

People today who see my systems facing an unknown for which I have no solution in my self management database would think me very low functioning. Finally some Neurotypicals use High Functioning Autism label as a carrot and the low functioning autism label as a stick to keep autistic people in their place! The terms High Functioning and Low Functioning Autism are easy tools to abuse in the hands of well meaning ignorant or the hurtful bully.

In this video I share insights above the dangers and abuse associated with Neurotypical use of High Functioning Autism and Low Functioning Autism LABELS!

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Video:Fathering Autism- Tom Cruise Lookalike | Opened My Presents Early | Fathering Autism Vlog #24

Video:Fathering Autism- Tom Cruise Lookalike | Opened My Presents Early | Fathering Autism Vlog #24

We’ve got a Tom Cruise lookalike. Isaiah rocked his Top Gun costume and channeled some Maverick for character day during spirit week. As usual I opened my presents early. This time I didn’t even have to beg! Welcome to Fathering Autism Vlog #24. I hope you liked it! #ToiletPaperWaster .

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Video:Jason Love- Autistic Loner vs Outgoing child

Video:Jason Love- Autistic Loner vs Outgoing child

Frumpkin, 4-year-old autistic boy, and his sister Pumpkin, 3-year-old who hasn’t been diagnosed, play at the park. Pumpkin goes out of her way to say hello to people and play with other children. Frumpkin preferes doing things on his own.

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Video:Jason Love- We’re Getting Our Daughter Tested for Autism

Video:Jason Love- We’re Getting Our Daughter Tested for Autism

We are starting the process of getting our daughter tested for autism. Her brother was diagnosed a little over a year ago and we see enough behaviors in our daughter that it just seems logical to have her tested as well.

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Video:invisible i- My Autism Special Interest | invisiVLOG

Video:invisible i- My Autism Special Interest | invisiVLOG

Find out more about the Tails in Wales Trail here : http://snowdogstailsin.wales/

Not all disabilities are visible.

My name is Katy and I have Asperger’s Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. I try and post regular videos about my lifestyle and experiences whilst learning to live with my diversities and disabilities.

Hope you come along for the ride!

*Disclaimer – I am not an expert and have no formal training. Anything that I speak about is purely from my own experience and my own research. Please seek the help of a healthcare professional if you are concerned about your health*

Other places to find me :
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/invisibleikaty
Twitter : https://twitter.com/invisible_i
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/invisible_katy

My lovely channel art is designed by Tracy Henderson from Aspie Doodles – Check out her other work and etsy store here : https://www.etsy.com/shop/AspieDoodles

Helpful links :
National Autistic Society : http://www.autism.org.uk/
Fibromyalgia info page : http://www.arthritisresearchuk.org/arthritis-information/conditions/fibromyalgia.aspx
HeadsMeds (Mental Health Medication info) : http://www.headmeds.org.uk/
Young Minds (Mental Health Support) : http://www.youngminds.org.uk/
Tourette’s Action : http://www.tourettes-action.org.uk/

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Video:Connopolis- Ch Ch Ch Ch Changes!

Video:Connopolis- Ch Ch Ch Ch Changes!

Ch Ch Ch Ch Changes!

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I sometimes don’t get chance to do my CCing. If you are looking for something to do please help with contribution and I’ll make sure you get the credit you deserve. Thanks 🙂 http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCCR0sGyrQN800DkQbhCbLDA

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Video:Jason Love- Broke My New Camera!!!

Video:Jason Love- Broke My New Camera!!!

The new camera (PANASONIC LUMIX G7) is already broken… Technically, the microphone is broken, but it was because of the camera.

The microphone jack was bent thanks to a constant torque from the tab that guards the hole. Jason clipped off the tab and will be purchasing a new microphone.

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Video:Fathering Autism- Caught In The Zipper | Big Winners | Fathering Autism Vlog #23

Video:Fathering Autism- Caught In The Zipper | Big Winners | Fathering Autism Vlog #23

It’s a birthday vlog! Isaiah wanted me to ride the fair rides with him for his birthday even though I hate rides. So I was caught in the zipper…see what I did there? Abigail and Isaiah were BIG winners with their art and photography at the Nassau County fair. I’m incredibly proud.

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Video:Lookyus- Tommy recites entire Jungle Book script from memory as 50th anniversary tribute

Video:Lookyus- Tommy recites entire Jungle Book script from memory as 50th anniversary tribute

Tommy recited The Jungle Book script as a 50th anniversary tribute to his favorite movie! Tommy’s autism affects his pronunciation (but gave him an amazing memory!) so you might like to follow along with the written script, which is online here: http://www.cubbi.org/disney/scripts/tjb.txt
The story of how Disney has changed Tommy’s life is here: http://www.autismmeansfriendship.com/disneyfun/
Here is an excerpt: Before he was even a year of age, Tommy would watch Disney movies, showing incredible engagement and excitement at the stories, laughing at the funny parts, and running from the room when villains filled the screen.
When Tommy was diagnosed with autism at age 2 1/2, his parents were told Tommy should not watch movies, advising that the movies should be turned off in favor of trying to get Tommy to engage more, face to face, with people around him than with the television screen.
Tommy’s parents couldn’t imagine taking away his movies. Ignoring the advice of the professionals, Tommy’s parents not only provided him unlimited access to his VHS Disney movies, but continued to expand his movie library in an effort to enrich his life and provide him with more stories and enjoyment. The smile on Tommy’s face, and the twinkle in his eye was their guide.
Still, Tommy remained nonverbal and didn’t respond to language. But his enjoyment of the movies continued. On Tommy’s 3rd birthday, his mother was desperate to have him understand that it was his birthday, so she had a really specific Disney cake made just for him. The picture on the cake was a replica of a picture he often stared at in one of his Disney books- the scene of Mowgli being hypnotized by Kaa. This attempt to make Tommy understand that this particular birthday cake was all for him worked! Tommy saw the cake and was delighted! When it came time to open gifts, Tommy received a small plush toy Iago – the parrot from Aladdin. In a breakthrough moment, Tommy took Iago and put him on his shoulder, imitating Jafar, the villain. It was a moment of surprise and joy for Tommy’s family, showing them that not only was he watching the movies, but that he understood and connected with the characters, and he could engage in imitation and make-believe play, using Iago as his prop. It gave them so much hope!
Still, Tommy’s speech did not develop as hoped, other than a few very infrequent, often hard to understand verbalizations. Tommy loved trains, and would say “toot” like a train. He would say “whee” when going down slides, he would say “Oh oh!” when something fell and broke. He sometimes said “go”, he sometimes said bye-bye which he pronounced “dye dye”. Much of his babbling was simply unrecognizable as words to others (we now know that dyspraxia, or motor planning issues, were affecting his ability to produce words). He often uttered sounds that we could not decipher (ka, oy kee ka, was a common one!). But he seemed truly unable to understand speech from others, or make connections, such as that characters and people had names, that objects important to him had names. He didn’t use language to ask for things or name things. Professionals began to tell his parents that he would likely never become verbal.
At the age of 5 and 6, Tommy began to type and read simple words, and as he approached the age of 7 began to say more and more single words, all of which he could already read and type on programs like Kidworks on the computer. The written word was becoming his doorway to speech.
Another breakthrough moment happened the day Tommy received his first Disney movie on DVD, The Jungle Book, when he was 9 years old, in 2000. Tommy discovered the subtitles on his own. He came running to get his mom, brought her to the computer screen, where he had paused the movie on the scene where Bagheera says to Kaa “Kaa! Hold it, Kaa!” He said “ka oy kee ka” (sounds he had said, and laughed about, repeatedly, for years) and had his mom read the words aloud. And then he said “Kaa! Hold it Kaa!!!” clearly, for the very first time, ever. The written words of the subtitle supported his speech. From that moment on, his parents ensured he always had the closed captioning or subtitles turned on his movies. They bought a new tv that was closed caption capable so all his old VHS Disney movies would have captions! What a joy is was to see Tommy’s language gradually improve more and more with this new tool! Thank you, Disney! Thank you, Jungle Book!
Check out our videos of Tommy at Disney World! Visit Tommy’s website to learn more about how Disney helped him learn language.
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Video:Spectrum- Webinar: Connie Kasari evaluates autism therapies

Video:Spectrum- Webinar: Connie Kasari evaluates autism therapies

On 18 October, Connie Kasari discussed the efficacy and design of autism therapies.

You can watch a complete replay of the webinar above.

To find out more about Professor Kasari’s work, check out our story here: https://spectrumnews.org/news/experimental-autism-treatments-put-to-test-in-real-world/

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Video:Purple Ella- AUTISM AND PREGNANCY

Video:Purple Ella- AUTISM AND PREGNANCY

Autism and pregnancy. I’m autistic and I’ve been pregnant three times. I’m sharing my personal experience of pregnancy and the areas which may have been affected by my autism. If you like my videos don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE and ring the NOTIFICATION BELL. More below.

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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.

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