Posts Tagged: autism

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How 2016 is set to be a breakthrough year for actors with autism on stage and screen

Jules Robertson is revealing how he broke Twitter. “The reaction has been really good, really positive. I get the best lines as well — I steal the...
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Autism and Dyspraxia: Hidden Diagnoses, Silent Stories

Written By: Jonathan Andrews It has been well documented in various studies that a large number of people across the autistic spectrum experience symp...
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Autism and Bisexuality: Overlaps and Obstacles

Written By: Jonathan Andrews As well as being autistic, I’m also bisexual – and I’ve found many autistic friends or acquaintances tend to identi...
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Conference To Tackle Issues Around Autism In The Church

This Saturday (Nov 28), speakers will discuss and highlight the inclusion needs of autistic people among faith groups A  conference to highlight and ...
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Autism and PDA: Workplace Challenges and Adjustments

Written By: Jonathan Andrews Although statistics show 99% of the population have heard of autism, very few will have heard of the newest autism spectr...
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Autism and PDA: What can people bring to the workplace?

Written By: Jonathan Andrews The autism spectrum is wide and varied – and along it lie several diagnoses few people would have heard of. As I’ve p...
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The Autism Manuals: Common and corrosive myths

  Written By: Jonathan Andrews Public awareness of autism has undoubtedly increased in recent years – but that doesn’t mean this awareness...
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Autism and Diversity: Understanding the Spectrum’s variety

Written By: Johnathan Andrews 15/10/15 Many don’t realise that autism often affects people with other conditions and disabilities, and is viewed dif...
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Giving people with autism a chance to work

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Autism doesn’t have to be viewed as a disability or disorder