Autism

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My little princess is in the midst of the terrible twos. Actually, I’ve determined that it could be the terrible twos or … Parenting Toddlers, Good Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Parenting Articles, Parenting Classes, Parenting Styles, Aspergers Autism, Adhd, Disrespectful Kids

What a Meltdown Feels Like for Someone With Autism

A mom on the autism spectrum shares her insights and coping tips for when she has a sensory overload meltdown.

 If you want me to tell my child to stop bothering you, Understand that I will have to explain to him about you In detail over and over again. Ps: my son repeats things he's heard over and over again :) Aspergers Autism, Asd, Autism Awareness Quotes, Autism Quotes, I Love Someone, Autism Sensory, Create Awareness, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Special Needs Kids

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Mi Autism Wonders. 2,651 likes · 3 talking about this. Real life with Autism. Sharing expressions & information hoping for Awareness, Understanding &...

Not a tragedy, not a burden, not a stereotype. We need no "cure", we need care and acceptance. Autismspeaks uses shock and pity to raise funds for “research”. It doesn’t give autism a voice, it harms autistic people and fuels stereotypes. Aspergers Autism, Adhd And Autism, Asd, Autism Help, Autistic People, Autistic Memes, Autism Speaks, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Weird

Instagram post by Melinda Ralph-Solebello • Nov 8, 2015 at 11:43pm UTC

38 Likes, 2 Comments - Melinda Ralph-Solebello (@lilmoonwhimsy) on Instagram: “I LOVE @cyarine Her artwork is amazing! I'm so so glad she did this piece. Autism is not a tragedy.…”

When people with developmental disabilities have what they need to thrive, everyone benefits. In a speech he gave at the United Nations on April author Steve Silberman made the case that it& past time we all learned to honor neurodiversity. Ted Speakers, Autistic People, Developmental Disabilities, Sensory Toys, Aspergers, Ted Talks, Autism Awareness, Fails, Aurora Sleeping Beauty

Autistic people are not failed versions of “normal.”

Author Steve Silberman makes the case that it's past time we all learned to honor neurodiversity.

Acceptance is different than awareness. Acceptance means that everyone is worthwhile, no one's neurology is made fun of, and everyone gets the support they need without having to fight legislators to provide it. Autism Sensory, Sensory Processing Disorder, Special Needs Kids, Neurology, Acceptance, Autism Spectrum, Puzzle Pieces, Lighting, Adhd

I Will Not 'Light It Up Blue'

Acceptance is different than awareness. Acceptance means that everyone is worthwhile, no one's neurology is made fun of, and everyone gets the support th...