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How HuffPo Blogger Emma Nicholson taught autistic son to swear
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How HuffPo Blogger Emma Nicholson taught autistic son to swear

Emma Nicholson from Charlottesville Virginia caused ripples in the autism community with a Huffington Post blog  recently, where she explains why she taught her son to swear. Autism Daily Newscast reporter, Jo Worgan, had a chat with Emma recently, part one...
Emma Nicholson talks about her autistic son Ben and how she taught him to swear
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Emma Nicholson talks about her autistic son Ben and how she taught him to swear

Emma Nicholson, Charlottesville, Virginia - recently blogged over on Huffington Post on how she taught her autistic son to swear. Her son Ben is now 19. Emma says in her blog: “I realized it was time to teach Ben the underbelly of language when he came...
Erin Corrado Director of ‘Hold Me Steady: A Story of Autism Service Dogs’
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Erin Corrado Director of ‘Hold Me Steady: A Story of Autism Service Dogs’

Erin Corrado, Toronto, Canada - is a filmmaker and has recently directed a film about autism service dogs. The film portrays society’s views on the world of autism and weaves together information through conversations with families and professionals includ...
Paul Scholes’s XI VS Wimbledon’s Crazy Gang Football Match to Raise Money for Autism Charity
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Paul Scholes’s XI VS Wimbledon’s Crazy Gang Football Match to Raise Money for Autism Charity

Reebok Stadium, Bolton – On May 18th Hearts and Minds Charity will be hosting a charity football match, 'Paul Scholes's XI VS Wimbledon's Crazy Gang', in order to raise funds for the charity based in Manchester that supports families of children who have Autis...
Shanell Mouland and her inspirational story of a stranger’s kindness
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Shanell Mouland and her inspirational story of a stranger’s kindness

Shanell Mouland, New Brunswick, Canada - is a teacher, writer and mother to Kate, 3 who has autism We recently stumbled across Shanell's heart-warming blog on Huffington Post, 'Dear 'Daddy' in Seat 16C' which tells the story of how a businessman sat next to...
Living with Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), One Mother’s Story
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Living with Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), One Mother’s Story

Last week we published a story about Carolyn Weighill and her fight for better recognition and diagnosis of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA). Carolyn has recently launched an e – petition. The story can be found here. Following on from this story Autism...
Artist Paul Williams Talks About his Journey to set up ‘AIG, Artist Illustrator Graphics’.
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Artist Paul Williams Talks About his Journey to set up ‘AIG, Artist Illustrator Graphics’.

Paul Williams, Redcar, North Yorkshire, is an artist and illustrator. He runs his own business, ‘AIG Artist Illustrator Graphics’ from which he sells his artwork. Paul has Asperger’s Syndrome. Paul states on his website: 'Selling/commission art and pro...
Parent Carolyn Weighill Talks about Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA)
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Parent Carolyn Weighill Talks about Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA)

Carolyn Weighill from Bracknell, Berkshire - is a mother of 2 fighting for better recognition and diagnosis of Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) in the UK. Carolyn's daughter Jessica 9 shows PDA behaviours but as yet does not have a diagnosis. Carolyn tol...