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Undiagnosed Autism: Alix’s Journey

Alix Generous’s childhood was hindered with undiagnosed Autism until she learned through perseverance to harness her gifts. She is now an advocate for the advancement of girls and young women through education. She credits her unique mind with her success in dealing with complex issues. A recent college graduate, she’s …

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Family living with Autism: Scruff’s Bunch

Kim Preston (Scruff) lives with her three adult sons with Autism. Jacob and Jackson aren’t verbal, and if the gate is unlocked they’ll escape. Kim sleeps in the lounge room of their three-bedroom home to give each of her boys their own space. The slightest change in routine can spiral …

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Family living with Autism: Meet the Asners

Matt and Navah are passionate advocates for families living with autism. In their blended family of six, three of their children are on the spectrum. No one knows how they cope. However nothing gets in the way of this irrepressible family – including the challenge of finding a new home. …

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Unlocking Autism

We meet two families living with autism who are helping scientists to unlock the mysteries of the mind. Follow Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/attitudetv Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/attitude_tv See more Videos: http://attitudelive.com source

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My attempt to explain the hand position known as “raptor hands”. Some autistic people do it and for me it’s proprioceptive. Others may do it for other reasons. Whatever the reason, they look cute and should never be discouraged! 🙂 source

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World of Autism – Jingles Video Contest

This would have been a garanteed type 59 winner if the title didn’t contain autism. Hard work ruined by one word. Great. World Of Autism 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkM_FWFWx-k WoT Email: threepickaxes@gmail.com These are all my replays. That guy screaming is called “loud nigra” Music: (I do not own any of it) …

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