Okay hang onto the end folks, this could get rocky. Plus I can’t edit stuff that upsets me. Sorry! I am seriously going off the therapies for autism. The messages are confusing and don’t work together. There seem to be a couple of broad types of high functioning autistic types. The type who do wantContinue reading “Do We Expect Too Much?”
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I Am Not A Person, I Am An Autistic.
‘I am not my disability, I am a person!’ Interesting, but in terms of autism how accurate is it. I suppose what it gets down to is how do we really understand ‘a person’. Other disabilities, sure I’ll give you that, as far as I know. Blind people are people who can not see, deafContinue reading “I Am Not A Person, I Am An Autistic.”
Politics – Pauline Hanson
My husband insists I blog about this. He has a whole speech about why its valid & important and will get it off my chest. But he’s not fooling me; we disagree and he’s sick of listening. So you have to put up with this. Okay! Most people probably don’t know we in Australia haveContinue reading “Politics – Pauline Hanson”
So I survived until Monday, and basically I was better. I was feeling a touch unwell on Saturday if you want the gross details see Natasha is No Juliet. I was going to mention the incident to the doctor when I next saw him in a couple of weeks for a blood test thing. SoContinue reading “Under Seige”
Biting the Hand That Feeds Us!
I have written a letter I plan to send to some local politicians. To understand it Centrelink is our Social Security benefits agency, and NDIA is a new system for funding disabled people. Autism is impossible to explain. Just a note I have met one person that defrauded Social Security; he was probably a Sociopath,Continue reading “Biting the Hand That Feeds Us!”
Autism, Neurodiversity, Do We Need A New Language?
Autism Spectrum Disorder is the name applied to individuals who have a particular neurological difference and myriad related symptoms. At the core neurodiversity; having a wide variety of different ways of thinking, is good for the entire world. Every person born with or without Autism has the potential to enrich his or her community. AlternateContinue reading “Autism, Neurodiversity, Do We Need A New Language?”