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Peter Wright


Help coping with Aspie dissociations

Tue 26 Jul 2016 7:21pm

Hello,

Several years ago my wife (who is now 30) started presenting episodes of dissociative amnesia.

She wakes up several years in to her past. This can be very confusing and upsetting as she is unaware of her surroundings or our family members.

Some times these episodes can last for several days, with each period of sleep resetting to a different time in her life.

She can go weeks without an episode.

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Mullybum


Help!!

Wed 13 Jul 2016 5:55pm

Hi everyone

Haven't been on for a couple of years, things are pretty bad at the moment.

Will go into more detail in another post but has anyone used ABA?

Wondering if doing a short ABA programme over summer hols might help address main problem at the moment (throwing)

Thank you

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michaelz


assassinating donald trump - aspie's alleged attempt

Mon 11 Jul 2016 10:57am

one way to achieve notoriety, i guess : but a high price for perp - and victim (if the attempt is `successful`)!!

...Mr Sandford, who has Asperger's syndrome, could face up to 30 years in prison...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-surrey-36706996

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Nusrath Naimah


Questions for parents/carers for dissertation project research

Thu 30 Jun 2016 2:05pm

Hello, I am a Masters student and currently gathering data for my Early Childhood Dissertation project.as part of my degree course,The title of my research study is Autism in the early years: a study of perceptions of professionals and parents of interventions/approaches used to develop social communication skills and relationships between parents, child and practitioner. I would like to know what is your perception of your childs attatchment to you as well as the relationship it contrubutes to issues such as parenting stress.

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Buttercup


Friendship issue

Mon 20 Jun 2016 1:05pm

Hello to everyone who already knows me , and those who don't!

ive had a very long break from the forums, much much longer than I intended. Lots of things going on with my kids and my personal life, and I felt rather overloaded by it all. I've done a couple of mindfulness courses which have been very valuable. And I've started running again, which has helped me cope. 

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kaye


Hi my name is kaye

Thu 16 Jun 2016 6:15pm

Hi everyone i was wondering if anybody can give me advice on my sons behaviour

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Sebstar


Asking The Same Questions

Tue 17 May 2016 4:08pm

My 7 year old granddaughter seems to need reassurance all the time. If the family are doing something different like going on a day out or on holiday or even just how many days till she goes back to school she will ask about it repeatedly. She doesn't have a problem with doing different things just seems to need to talk about it. She will go off and play but always comes back to ask about whatever activity is happening next. 

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Simona010


Help! Early signs of autism?

Mon 16 May 2016 9:49am

Hello, I am new here, thank god I found this, I hope to get a bit of help from people with more knowledge,( please forgive my grammar mistakes as English is my second language)

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michaelz


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Fairybeka


Child exclusion

Fri 22 Apr 2016 11:00am

My child is on the verge of being excluded. he has been suspended from school for his behaviour and is on his final chance.

he is year 6 and i have just been given a draft EHC for 25 hours support

and yesterday was told that specialist provisions can be looked at.

however i have only found independant schools which may be suitable in my opinion.

this is going to county next week.

however in the mean time my child could be excluded at any point.

plus needs to be looking at somewhere now not next term.

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