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Has anyone thought of all the parents who dose their kid’s with chlorine dioxide bleach to ‘purge’ their autism with oral solutions and enemas? | Emma Dalmayne

  Has anyone thought of all the parents who dose their kid’s with chlorine dioxide bleach to ‘purge’ their autism with oral solutions and enemas? They must be delighted to have all this free access to their kids as they are in lockdown. A chance to run riot on them, complete control and upping the […]

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Autism Speaks founder Bob Wright’s opinion is more important than science | Left Brain Right Brain | Circa 2015

Last year the Chief Science Officer of Autism Speaks made a simple and clear statement “Over the last two decades, extensive research has asked whether there is any link between childhood vaccinations and autism.  The results of this research are clear: Vaccines do not cause autism.  We urge that all children be fully vaccinated.” It […]

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Get Emma Dalmayne To Chicago To Protest @AutismOne 2020 | Fundraiser by Fierce Autistics And Allies

Help Fierce Autistics and Allies get Emma Dalmayne to the US to protest AutismOne with us!! Emma Dalmayne is an autistic rights activist and advocate living in the UK. She works for Neurodivergent Labour and is a publicity and communications officer. Emma is the CEO of AIM: Autistic Inclusive Meets Group. This organization was created for […]

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I’m Not a “Picky Eater,” I’m a Sensory Eater. – In the Loop About Neurodiversity

Parents with autistic children often say that they are “picky eaters,” and I was one of those children who was deemed as such. However, autistic people with sensory sensitivities or aversions to tastes and textures are not picky eaters, they are sensory eaters. They might be “picky” in the sense that they may have a […]

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From The Archives | e-speaks Autism Speaks Newsletter | Circa May 9, 2008

Florida Passes Autism Insurance Legislation On May 2, the Florida Legislature passed Senate Bill 2654, an important first step in requiring insurance carriers to provide coverage of evidence-based, medically necessary autism therapies. Senate Bill 2654 – passed by the House in the very last minutes of the legislative session — requires that insurance companies cover […]

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The Archives | e-speaks Newsletter from Autism Speaks | Circa October 10, 2008

Weekend Walks Raise More than $2.35 Million Five Walk Now for Autism events took place this past weekend, with nearly 37,000 participants raising over $2.35 million. Read more and view photos and video from the Baltimore, Carolinas, Long Island, New Hampshire, and Seattle Walks. Third Annual Autism Speaks Golf Classic Raises over $350,000 The third annual Autism Speaks Golf Classic was held at the Sleepy Hollow […]

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The Archives | e-Speaks: Puzzle Pretzels Hit the Shelves; West Texas Walk; "Fox Sports Supports" and NASCAR; "Night of Too Many Stars" | Circa April 10, 2008

e-Speaks: Puzzle Pretzels Hit the Shelves; West Texas Walk; “Fox Sports Supports” and NASCAR; “Night of Too Many Stars” e-Speaks || April 11, 2008 Puzzle Pretzels Hit the Shelves The Bachman Company debuted its Puzzle Pretzel, baked in the shape of the Autism Speaks puzzle piece logo, to steady requests from around the country. It is available in grocery […]