'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, deaf … Continue reading I Am Not A Person, I Am An Autistic.
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 have … Continue 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. So … Continue reading Under Seige
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 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. Alternate … Continue reading Autism, Neurodiversity, Do We Need A New Language?