And she actually wroteded sumting so I are a superer teacherer. And dis' is what she wrotered: “Lita! Wait!” Lita turned at the voice to see Nadia swiftly moving through the crowded market street toward her. “What is it?” Lita asked the young cat girl. Nadia took a moment to catch her breath before replying, … Continue reading I Tried Teachering Sumting to Tablet at KSP
Lucky fans and Burmese devotees, you must be so desperate for more of my musings. I recently realised I have only told you about the whomans I live with; oh, and I told you about my bestie; Cushion. But lots of other things live in my house. I am such a benign and generous Imperator. … Continue reading Orion’s Magnanimous Musings!
Remember the fun exercise from Lisa at KSP. If not it's here; KSP Presents Petal Pilots. We were practicing slashing word count. Alex published hers on Deviant Art but Tabitha is letting me publish her attempts. So on with 'Petals or Pilots! The Tablet edition. I watched the petals of the cherry tree blossoms float … Continue reading KSP Presents Petal Pilots the Tablet Edition.
Mummy is talking to Daddy again, I'm pretty sure they talked without me 2 weeks ago so I don't know why they are doing this. They tried to talk on the couch and I wedged my delicate nose between them and pushed with all my might. And do you know what those heartless creatures did? … Continue reading My Evil Owner by Charles Holt Cavalier
Hey! I'm back! Mummy is asleep, again. One of those stranger whomans came and took her into Daddy's room, you know the one where he hides all the food. The other whoman made her move about for ages and Mummy doesn't usually move much, so she'll be asleep for ages. I jumped on her tummy, I … Continue reading My Blog 2 – Orion
Finally Mummy is asleep & I get to show my genius. With my best pal Cushion guarding her; he is sitting firmly on her hair & at that angle it'll take her ages to get up & interfere with my work, if she wakes up at all. Now lucky you I am in charge of the … Continue reading My Blog Now – Orion
Tabitha. I set a homework assignment for Tabitha because she wanted to practice creative writing. The task: A 59 word story containing the word - 'Flow'. The result: I felt the waters of the ocean flow past me, leading me to somewhere unknown. I opened my eyes for the first time and saw a bright … Continue reading Guest Challenge – Tabby’s Turn
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Greetings earthlings! 🙂
Today I’m going to discuss the issue of digestive problems for people on the spectrum- but don’t worry, I’ll stick to the science! I won’t regale you with any personal tales on this occasion 😛 😉
Gastrointestinal (GI) problems are among the most commonly associated conditions with autism.
Evidence suggests that autists may be over 3.5 times more likely to suffer from issues such as diarrhea, constipation, food allergies, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel diseases (i.e. Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis).
I know- not the most pleasant of subjects, but we can all be adults right? 😉
Joking aside- these are serious issues for people with autism, especially for children. Autists are already sensitive to such stimuli as sound and touch. Adding GI discomfort to the mix can make things so much more difficult. The associated pain from these conditions can worsen…
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