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Can you make it to the end?

Understand autism, the person and what to do. Visit www.autism.org.uk/TMI I’m not naughty. I’m autistic. For autistic people like me, the world can be a terrifying place. Sometimes sounds feel like my head is exploding. Clothes feel like my skin is burning. And when a tiny thing changes, it feels …

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Autism & Ableism

What is Ableism? Ableism – are the practices and dominant attitudes in society that devalue and limit the potential of persons with disabilities. Ableism – a set of practices and beliefs that assign inferior value (worth) to people who have developmental, emotional, physical or psychiatric disabilities. Disablism – a set …

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Autism Ontario Presents – The Sensory Experience (EN)

** This is an interactive video series. For interactivity, this series must be accessed on a laptop or desktop computer, not a mobile device. Our environments are filled with sensory information. For some people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, this information can become over stimulating which can cause a sensory overload. …

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The AAA Project – Autism Acceptance Month

Alyssa’s Autism Acceptance Project Alyssa and her little brother Lachlan are two autistic kids that live in Perth, Western Australia with their Mum, Dad and Zappa the wonder dog! Alyssa and her family have started a project this year, to travel to schools all over Western Australia, to talk to …

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Autism Ontario Presents – The Sensory Experience: Gym Class (EN)

** This is an interactive video series. For interactivity, this series must be accessed on a laptop or desktop computer, not a mobile device. Our environments are filled with sensory information. For some people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, this information can become over stimulating which can cause a sensory overload. …

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What Do You Want Kids to Know About Autism?

Children describe autism in so many ways–let’s celebrate and value different perspectives! What do you want kids to know about autism? #seeamazing Sesame Street in Communities brings free video content of everyone’s favorite, furry Muppet friends as they help children and the adults in their lives reach their highest potential. …

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Sesame Street and Autism: A Boy and His Dog

Thomas has a good friend in Gabriel. What special friends help care for your child? Send your love at #seeamazing Sesame Street in Communities brings free video content of everyone’s favorite, furry Muppet friends as they help children and the adults in their lives reach their highest potential. Grover and …

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