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by Chrissa Wadlow & Kevin McManamon on April 20, 2020
The Growing Pressures of Home Learning
by Chrissa Wadlow & Kevin McManamon on April 20, 2020
Whilst the need to keep children in engaged in learning is important, we cannot apply a 'one size fits all' and expect it work seamlessly...... Read full article
by Daniel Bullen on January 31, 2020
by Daniel Bullen on January 31, 2020
Biography of Daniel Bullen I am a self-publishing author. I have high-functioning autism, which affects the way I interact with other people in certain social situations but, gets the job done nonetheless.... Read full article
by Gray Williams on January 31, 2020
by Gray Williams on January 31, 2020
A Helpful Online Safety Guide for People With Autism Spectrum Disorders.... Read full article
by Emma Carver on November 01, 2019
Ysgol Y Deri School Practical Autism Toolkit
by Emma Carver on November 01, 2019
Ysgol Y Deri Autism Outreach Service are delighted that their work developing the interactive Practical Autism Toolkit has led to them being shortlisted as finalists for the NAS Professional Awards and highly commended in the HWB Digital Learning...... Read full article
by Joely Comler on November 01, 2019
AspergerWorld : My Fairy Jam Jar
by Joely Comler on November 01, 2019
A new Book by Award Winning Disabled Autism Activist: One Woman, One Wish, One Inspiring Story… Be Enchanted by Personal and Professional Insights into AspergerWorld. ... Read full article
by B Squared on November 01, 2019
Why is profiling a person’s autism useful?
by B Squared on November 01, 2019
Profiling an individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder helps education and care settings to understand how an individual's autisms affects them. This article explains how B Squared's Autism Progress can be used to help support individuals with autism.... Read full article
by Lauren Frost on November 01, 2019
Using cognitive aids to help people increase their independence while reducing anxiety around time
by Lauren Frost on November 01, 2019
At Abilia we are using our Cognition Aids to assist people with understanding Time and structure. We know that by helping someone see their day clearly planned out it can reduce anxiety and enable someone to live a more independent life. ... Read full article
by Angela Kent on April 24, 2019
by Angela Kent on April 24, 2019
Why transition planning and work placements are “absolutely vital” to help people with autism achieve independence: ... Read full article
by Andy Hutchinson on March 18, 2019
by Andy Hutchinson on March 18, 2019
Photography is a broad church. It is an art form, it is a tool of the press, it is a form of recreation, it is a business. It is social record. It is a medium for pornography and it also records family history... Read full article
by Colin Eldred-Cohen on August 12, 2018
by Colin Eldred-Cohen on August 12, 2018
Before Pokemon Go, the Johto region, Master Balls, and even Pikachu, there was a man named Satoshi Tajiri. In honor of Pokemon’s 20th Anniversary, I think it’s only right to look at the man who started it all.... Read full article
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