Tag Archives: Autistic

Is your brain running out of fuel?

We all know that water is good for you, but few realise just how essential it is to people with any learning difficulties.  Many of these people have very fast brains, running like a Formula-1 racing car and going at … Continue reading

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Our kids are here to teach us

Could we shortcut what our kids are trying to teach us “Our kids are here to teach us” is a well known phrase, but what are they here to teach us.  I once thought it was things like new technologies, … Continue reading

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The Theraputic power of Music

Music releases Autistic children from their chains. See Telegraph Article. At the On-line Dementia Conference one of the speakers is talking about astounding results with music and Dementia. Whats the connection? Leave your ideas below

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The first autistic child I taught to spell

I always remember the first autistic child I helped with literacy.  He was in a class full of eleven year olds, in his own world, tearing up bits of plastic carefully protecting the bits with his hands.  He was calm … Continue reading

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Autistic children who talk incessantly

I was reading a post recently on Facebook about autistic children who talk for hours at a time and I thought I would bring together the threads from my experience and the parents that contributed to try and shine a … Continue reading

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