A to Z of Autism

When Mr L was diagnosed back in 2007 I didn't have a clue what Autism was or even what it meant, 8 years on and 2 more diagnoses its still a puzzle. I have been contemplating doing a blog series with all the words I can think of associated with Autism to help other parents and to maybe be a bit of a reference point. So say hello to the A to Z of Autism. Each week will be a different letter of the alphabet, with words from me and other autism parents.
  1. Good idea as it does seem a difficult condition to learn about, and learn to deal with. I felt I needed more information etc, so when I saw an advert in the local paper I applied. I am glad that I went, it was an informative course run over two evenings. Lots of information to take in an consider.

    Rachel Craig

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  2. This is a great idea to help learn about autism my gathering so far is there differnt types to

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  3. Recently seen on the news that there is a robotic type doll which is being used to show and encourage appropriate facial expressions for variety of emotions :- Happy, sad, etc. Seems encouraging for the future. Those with Autism need the Best support and encouragement available. As communication and interaction seems so important in everyday life.

    Rachel Craig

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