Category Archives: autism

Interview with Lorna Wing about autism

She is the major contributor in the field of Autism and the founding member of The National Autistic Society. She is Lorna Wing and Prof. Christopher Gillberg talks to her  about her thoughts on autism. This interview is from our … Continue reading

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The Guardian: about Autism 1

Reading about Autism and autistic children from parents that struggled to understand Asperger and Autism can be more than useful. I love these articles written by David Michell; I hope you could find them interesting and might help you cope … Continue reading

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The Guardian: about Autism 2

This is the 2nd article about autism I recommend. It was written by David Mitchell and it really talks about the importance of having access to the right information and support in order to deal effectively with autistic pupils or … Continue reading

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More on Autism

This is a very interesting article about Autism and Asperger, so I invite you to read it and reflect on it. It is quite engaging and invites us to have a deeper look at the people around us and in … Continue reading

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A Is For Autism (Tim Webb), 1992

   

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Liane Holliday Willey

At 35, Liane was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, and just like that, her life zoomed into focus. Unafraid to tell it like it is, Liane became passionate about refocusing her interests on diversity training. Knowing what it is like to … Continue reading

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Autism file: Northern Ireland

Autism Statistics in Northern Ireland Autism is one of the most common developmental disabilities in Northern Ireland. Autism is lifelong and the exact cause is still being investigated. At present there is no known cure for Autism; however, there are a … Continue reading

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