9-Year-Old Kid Who Kept Getting In Trouble For Doodling In Class Gets A Job Decorating A Restaurant With His Drawings | Bored Panda

9-year-old Joe Whale’s parents sent Joe to an after-school art class and his artistic abilities were quickly noticed. In fact, Joe was invited to decorate the dining room of the ‘Number 4’ restaurant in Shrewsbury, England. Source: 9-Year-Old Kid Who Kept Getting In Trouble For Doodling In Class Gets A Job Decorating A Restaurant With … Continue reading 9-Year-Old Kid Who Kept Getting In Trouble For Doodling In Class Gets A Job Decorating A Restaurant With His Drawings | Bored Panda

Disability royal commission hears children made to sit in own urine, ‘belittled’ for needing to go to the bathroom – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

  A parent of children with disabilities and experience in the education system has told the disability royal commission students are being denied access to normal school facilities inside and outside the classroom. Source: Disability royal commission hears children made to sit in own urine, 'belittled' for needing to go to the bathroom - ABC … Continue reading Disability royal commission hears children made to sit in own urine, ‘belittled’ for needing to go to the bathroom – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The Vulnerability Experiences Quotient (VEQ): A Study of Vulnerability, Mental Health and Life Satisfaction in Autistic Adults – Griffiths – 2019 – Autism Research – Wiley Online Library

Abstract Co‐morbid mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression are extremely common in autistic adults. Vulnerability to negative life experiences such as victimisation and unemployment may be partially responsible for the development of these conditions. Here we measure the frequency of negative life experiences in autistic adults and explore how these are associated with … Continue reading The Vulnerability Experiences Quotient (VEQ): A Study of Vulnerability, Mental Health and Life Satisfaction in Autistic Adults – Griffiths – 2019 – Autism Research – Wiley Online Library