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lanyi.julia's picture

Does your child have autism spectrum disorder?

Mon 20 May 2019 3:37pm

Hi Everyone,

I am an ABA tutor working with children with autism and completing my research on the side. We are looking for participants to fill out our survey on the link below and help us understand more about autism and co-occurring challenges.

We are looking for you, if your child has a diagnosis of autism and is between age 3-18 years. You can take part in this study if your child has any co-occurring challenges as well as if she/he doesn’t have.

ulrichburke's picture

Please someone answer this, never really felt this helpless before.

Sat 2 Mar 2019 3:59pm

Hi! I need help to learn why I get banned from loads of places and how I can get to fit into groups better.

I'm Chris, I have Asperger's, Cerebra Palsy, Hydrocephalus, Dyspraxia and Caetextia. Not sure if I'm putting this in the right part of Fb or if I'm using Fb right so if I'm not, tell me to move this and I will.  NOT good at this site. Anyway.

blue's picture

Struggling mam

Fri 9 Nov 2018 1:05pm

 Hi I am so sorry I have not been on for a while but I am struggling to cope right now I feel I have to give up my 17yr son is struggling  with college and my 13yr old 6 is struggling  with her anxiety and depression not sure if she has autism too then there is me i just can't go on things are just going round in circles I have emailed every website I can and some get back to you and say hang on in there are things will get better a don't know how to help my kids anymore I am too tired  how do others cope plz advice than you.

michaelz's picture

jazz hands or applause?

Thu 4 Oct 2018 9:13am

james sinclair was on the radio pointing out that some autistic people are discombobulated by applause.

here's his web site - autistic and unapologetic :

personally it doesn't bother me much.








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Sat 15 Sep 2018 8:28am

Philip Martin-Nielson: an autistic life transformed by dance

He was told his autism meant he could never have an independent life – but the non-verbal world of dance changed everything...

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Fri 8 Jun 2018 11:24am

Hello my son is 19 he has Aspergers. He starts arguments with me I'm his mum. Then always says I started them when I didn't but he really believes this ! He calls me some disgusting names and just keeps ranting and ranting even though you ask him to go away or I shut the door hoping he will go away but he just keeps going. but the thing that really worrys me is that he really believes it's all me when it's not . Does anybody else experience this please, loun900

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hyde park's winter wonderland has to pay jonah specter £25,000 for discrimination

Mon 23 Apr 2018 9:51am

...A man with Asperger's Syndrome has been awarded £25,000 in damages after being refused entry to a ride at Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland.  

Jonah Specter, 34, is believed to be the first person with a form of autism to successfully win a discrimination payout against an entertainment venue. 

When he tried to get on the ferris wheel last year he was told he did not have the right disabled access tickets and 'didn't even look disabled.'

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research possibility for ruminators

Thu 8 Mar 2018 12:18pm

cash paid!!

...research project being undertaken by King's College London and funded by MQ: Transforming Mental Health...

------------ take part in the study,we are looking for people who:

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Helen s


Wed 7 Mar 2018 4:36pm

My 14 year old son has autism and dyspraxia. He can do his work in class but test results very low . Wen at home cant do homework . We think not retaining information . Should we be looking at learning disability

H e smith


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