Source: About Us | Autistic Inclusive Meets Autistic Inclusive Meets/AIM Our Aims Are: To enable families with autistic children, and autistic individuals to get out into the community and socialise in an accepting inclusive environment with like-minded peers. To provide monthly meet up dates and times at museums, parks and places of interest. … Continue reading About Us | Autistic Inclusive Meets
The vaccination debate is one that remains contentious – with one side containing all of science and medicine, and the other an angry harridan whose main claim to fame is being photographed having sex in a field with someone else's husband – but who is right? Source: Should I vaccinate my child? Take our Quiz … Continue reading Should I vaccinate my child? Take our Quiz to find out!
There has been a bit of a buzz on the internet this month about ‘taking the mask off’. There is even a hashtag #takethemaskoff. I have read a couple of posts about it. And I have been thinking abou… Source: Mask or Me? – Counting the Ways
Nearing the end of NeuroTribes by Steve Silberman, the subtitle seems more appropriate: “The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurdiversity.” Finally, I’m making connections between various meanings of the title and the text. The Legacy of Autism Autism, at least for now, is an undefined disability, a handicap with symptoms in search of a cause. This … Continue reading The Autistic Me – NeuroTribes and Finding Others
This was originally published on Geek Club Books in Zoom Magazine. Tonight, I find myself in awe. This happens on the odd occasion that I step out of the routine that helps me create an illusion of “responsible” adulthood. It’s a weeknight, a Wednesday to be exact, and I am at a concert. That’s right.+ … Continue reading Live Your Dreams Autistically – Becca Lory CAS, BCCS