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International Women’s Day – How Women in the autism community should be celebrated
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International Women’s Day – How Women in the autism community should be celebrated

International Women's Day, Saturday March 8 - is a day which celebrates women all over the world, this has been a tradition since the early 1900's. Autism Daily Newscast believe that women involved in the autism community should also be celebrated and r...
Special needs versus NT behaviour – a voice from the Spectrum
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Special needs versus NT behaviour – a voice from the Spectrum

by guest contributor Lynda Flood There is a dangerous common misconception about children on the Autistic Spectrum, which leaves them open and vulnerable to physical and verbal attacks.  Many people believe that children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder or A...
Colby Brown, Asperger’s Syndrome will help me ‘survive’ : INTERVIEW
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Colby Brown, Asperger’s Syndrome will help me ‘survive’ : INTERVIEW

It's not often in my capacity as a reporter I come across a story that makes me smile. There have been two stories recently that have made me do just that, about people who are triumphing on the face of adversity. The first was the story of Carly Fleischman...
Opinion : The awful truth about trolling in the autism community
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Opinion : The awful truth about trolling in the autism community

You may or may not have noticed, that my opinion writing has become less and less in the past few months. Whilst being unsure that this is the right platform to make a personal self-disclosing post I feel strongly that the content of this post will be relateab...
Applied Behavioural Analysis – First hand accounts
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Applied Behavioural Analysis – First hand accounts

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), one of the first things mentioned when your child receives a diagnosis of Autism. The paediatrician may recommend it and you are sure to read glowing reports about it. The ultimate goal of ABA? To make your child indistingui...
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...
David Noakes and the GcMAF controversy – Exclusive (Part 2)
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David Noakes and the GcMAF controversy – Exclusive (Part 2)

After speaking with Doug Jewell, this reporter was keen to dig further into the people who are selling GcMAF and alleging it can cure/purge autism. I had seen David Noakes previously on The  BBC One Show in May and have shared my opinion on his Immune Biot...