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The Autistic Adult Choir, a professional amateur choir, is looking for new singers. If you are an autistic adult or young person, you are welcome to come along to one of our rehearsal sessions to meet the choir and its Choirmaster, and find out if the choir might be for you.
If you enjoy singing, or think that you might enjoy singing, please consider joining us. You will be singing in a non-judgemental supportive environment in which everyone can thrive and nobody is left out. All you need is a willingness to try music pieces which are unfamiliar.
I have searched through google, checked local council offers, called up Family Information Services and Disability Centre. I have also approached many holidays clubs but couldn't find any holiday club for 12 years old with special needs (learning difficulties). I am desprately looking for holiday club in east london or in essex mainly (near by Grays, Basildon, Upministor or Hornchurch). If anyone is aware of any facilities or club, I would appreciate your response here.
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.
...The claim is made by Richard Else, a Bafta-winning film maker who coaxed Wainwright on to television in the 1980s and became so close to him in his later years that they were often mistaken for father and son.
The pair made three BBC series and travelled more than 5,000 miles together, exploring the Lake District, Scotland and the Pennine Way, as well as Wainwright’s own creation – the Coast to Coast walk...
All Christine needs is a badge, so people understand she's not a bad mum, it's just her son is autistic.
All Chloe needs is sleep.
Daniel needs elephants.
And all they really need is love.
Michael narrates this drama about what it is like growing up with his brother Daniel.
A 10-year-old boy has outsmarted dinosaur boffins at the Natural History Museum by pointing out a mistake on a label.
Dinosaur fan Charlie Edwards noticed the outline of the four-legged Protoceratops was labelled as an Oviraptor – a dinosaur with a beak that walked on its hind legs....
Kai Pacha has autism and she's found sanctuary by caring for injured wild animals in Argentina.
haven't heard item yet but it's somewhere within this edition of outlook - bbc world service :