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Help to stop your child having meltdowns!

Help your child stop having meltdowns! How? I hear you ask. By following my tried and tested techniques from a woman who has a diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome

Help your child stop having meltdowns! Yes. You heard me. You can help your child stop having meltdowns! How? I hear you ask. By following my tried and tested techniques from a woman who has a diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome and who is also a Special Needs teacher working with pupils with ASD. Preventing your child having meltdowns isn’t going happen overnight. But if you follow these techniques, you will…
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Lying or misunderstood? Difficulties for those with Autism

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Lying or misunderstood? Difficulties for those with Autism Lying is not usually a trait associated with autism.  If anything, it’s usually the opposite. For those of us on the autistic spectrum, lying is very difficult as means being aware of your own body language and trying to make sure you don’t do anything that is suspicious. But trying to figure out what someone else would find suspicious is not easy…
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How To Support Children With Autism With Exams

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How To Support Children With Autism With Exams Hi folks! Wow. I’ve been completely blown away by the feedback to my post http://aspiemiss.co.uk/why-aspies-need-space-after-work-and-school/ and received lots of requests for insight into other areas those with autism have difficulties with. One area that I received many requests about was how to help those with autism during exams. As a teacher, I see many pupils struggle in a variety of ways, and, whilst…
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Why Aspies Need Space After Work and School

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Why Aspies Need Space After Work and School Imagine you’re working abroad. You have some language skills but you’re by no means fluent. You can get on with your daily job but every conversation is fraught with difficulties, misunderstood phrases and confusing body language. By the time you get home, you’re exhausted and quite ready to relax in piece and quiet without confusing conversations. Now imagine that no matter how long…
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