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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 The Play Doctors on April 05, 2019
Bossiness - The Play Doctors
by The Play Doctors on April 05, 2019
Useful information on bossiness in children.... Read full article
by The Play Doctors on April 05, 2019
Lying - The Play Doctors
by The Play Doctors on April 05, 2019
Useful information on children lying.... Read full article
by Play Doctors on April 05, 2019
Disrespectful Behavior - The Play Doctors
by Play Doctors on April 05, 2019
Useful information on children displaying disrespecful behavior.... Read full article
by The Play Doctors on April 05, 2019
Self Harming - The Play Doctors
by The Play Doctors on April 05, 2019
Useful information on children self harming.... Read full article
by View author's website on March 18, 2019
Hair Pulling - The Play Doctors
by View author's website on March 18, 2019
An article about why a child may be pulling hair and advice on how to stop it.... Read full article
by Aaliyah Holt on February 01, 2019
by Aaliyah Holt on February 01, 2019
Over 80% of autistic adults are unemployed. Only a small percentage of us are working. Why is this?... Read full article
by Lorraine Young on January 29, 2019
Chewigem, Self Regulation & The Sensory Community
by Lorraine Young on January 29, 2019
An article about the benefits of chewing and how it can helpful to those with anxiety and stress. ... Read full article
by Manar Matusiak on December 31, 2015
by Manar Matusiak on December 31, 2015
“How would I know if my colleague has Asperger’s Syndrome?” is a question many people ask. In my experience over […]... Read full article
by Manar Matusiak on June 26, 2014
by Manar Matusiak on June 26, 2014
People who have an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC), including Asperger Syndrome, have many qualities which can make them excellent employees. […]... Read full article
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