Today’s article: If you not a Judge, don’t be a Judge | Stand up to Bullies. Looks at the affects of bulling has on people with Autism and other disabilities. It also includes a video of me taking about my experience.
Stay tuned to very end of this post for some fun games, I want you to pick genre that describes you the best and comment it below. Continue reading
Don’t worry Autism Life is back, the author was absent due to illness.
Today we will review the tense episode 2 of The A Word which aired yesterday on BBC 1.
It was a great episode and well played by the actors.
I love the scene that is filmed in Manchester Pen & Pencil Bar in the northern quarter, I have been in the bar and what a nice venue but people with autism will find it hard due to the music being loud.
Joe role is just getting better and really showing what it like to have autism and what other provice of him and wanting him to fit in like any normal person.
I would give the second episode a 4/5 for realism and excellent portrayal of Joe the autistic son.
If you missed or want to watch the first episode of The A word you can watch here.
School transitions are the conversions students go through as they change schools throughout their lives. These transitions play a major role in the development of young people’s decisions and serve as a milestone which can direct them in a number of ways.Continue reading
Well hello there guys and girls. Welcome to are first series, which is all about getting to know autism spectrum disorder ASD. This series will try to simplefie the condition and undercover the complex nature of the condition.
Over the decades autism spectrum has kept on growing and in the process has got more complicated with more conditions being linked with autism and the variety of sverity in the person well-being.
We going to be looking at the basics of autism spectrum disorder and what conditions are linked with autism. Continue reading