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“The Autistic Survival Guide to Therapy” – A Guests Perspective

This is not a book review, because Linda wrote a wonderful review which made me curious to read Steph Jones’s book; “The Autistic Survival Guide to Therapy” and I want to strongly recommend it.  As someone very late diagnosed (at

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Strong Female Character – Review

Strong Female Character by Fern Brady Published by Octopus Books ISBN 978-1-914240-44-7 You may have heard the name Fern Brady, or may have come across her on several TV programmes. She’s very likeable and quick witted. Her book is for

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Championing Your Autistic Teen at Secondary School – Book Review

Book Review of   “Championing Your Autistic Teen at Secondary School: Getting the Best from Mainstream Settings” By Debby Elley and Gareth D. Morewood Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers I was delighted to receive a copy of this book in the

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Fall Down Seven Times, Get Up Eight – Guest Review

Book Review of   “FALL DOWN SEVEN TIMES, GET UP EIGHT” By Naoki Higashida, Introduced by David Mitchell Translated by David Mitchel and K A Yoshida Publisher: Sceptre; Unabridged edition (11 July 2017) This aspirational book by Higashida provides a

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The relationship between strength’s use and strength’s knowledge – Research

Hi My name is Madeleine Chalker and I would like to invite you to take part in a research study as part of my BSc dissertation project in Psychology. The study involves completing an online questionnaire which will explore wellbeing

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More Concerns Over Spectrum 10K Research

Luke has shared some links with us to other autistic people who are raising concerns over the recently announced “Spectrum 10K” research. Share This Post:

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Pure Imagination (arrangement) by Helen Marshall – Dracapalley

Thank you to Helen Marshall, for sharing one of her videos with us for inclusion in our Guest Content. Dream Guest IT Consultant Share This Post:

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June PDSG – Notes from Flo

Hi everyone! Thank you so much for having me to talk with you all last week – it was really lovely to chat with you. Thank you also for your wonderful questions (some of which I know I didn’t answer

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Axia Digital Story Project – A Swiss Story

My life condensed in under 7 min – Axia Digital Story Project This is such a great Idea and I got inspired to work on my own.   This is a lot of fun putting it together. Just finished mine.

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Autism and the Double Empathy Problem

Autism and the double empathy problem: Implications for development and mental health Abstract This article proposes a link between autistic people being misperceived by the neurotypical majority and their being at risk of poor mental health and well‐being. We present

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Mortal Shell – Game Review

Mortal Shell No doubt we’re all eagerly awaiting the release of the Demon’s Souls remake, which is being released as a launch title for the PS5 on the 19th November 2020 (12th November in America and Japan), as well as

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Hades – Game Review

HADES This is my first ever game review please be kind – Elliot Hades is the newest game from indie game developers Supergiant Games, known for creating the critically acclaimed Bastion and Transistor. The game was first revealed at the

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How Can I Remember All That? – Book Review

Book Review of   “How Can I Remember All That?” by Dr. Tracy Packiam Alloway, illustrated by David O’Connell Publishers: Jessica Kingsley Publishers Dr Tracy Packiam Alloway is an award-winning psychologist, professor, author and TEDx speaker. She navigates through over

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Chris Packham: Aspergers and me – BBC iPlayer

This was a guest submission from Lee. It was first shown in 2017 but was rebroadcast last night and is available on the BBC iPlayer for the next 29 days. For most of his life, broadcaster and naturalist Chris Packham

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Travelling with Autism on BBC iPlayer

This article was a Guest Submission from Lee. This week’s Travel Show comes from the USA, where we follow the Ellis family and their two severely autistic twins as they take their first-ever holiday together, to a theme park designed

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My autistic big brother and me on BBC iPlayer

This article was a Guest Submission from Lee. Documentary telling the story of Mikey Kay’s autistic 47-year-old brother Spencer, who finds his peace in epic walks across the majestic, rugged Welsh terrain. For Spencer, everyday tasks can be a huge

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Asperger’s Children – Review

Book Review of   “Asperger’s Children: The Origins of Autism in Nazi Vienna” By Edith Sheffer Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. (2018) I would like to warn people here that this is not at all a ‘feel good’

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It has been a very long wait but FINALLY we have the HD footage of the performance from 1st gen. This is the most amazing show that we have done so far and things can only get better! Share This

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