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Autism Aspergers. Hey I am Dan I’m autistic with a diagnosis of Aspergers Syndrome, I talk about life experience, help and tips for autistic individuals to feel motivated and inspired. Also talking everything Autism and ADHD WEEKLY! Subscribe for autism autism help! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theaspieworld/support

Aspergers Autism #1 Podcast [The Aspie World ‪]‬ Aspergers & Autism #1 Podcast

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Autism Aspergers. Hey I am Dan I’m autistic with a diagnosis of Aspergers Syndrome, I talk about life experience, help and tips for autistic individuals to feel motivated and inspired. Also talking everything Autism and ADHD WEEKLY! Subscribe for autism autism help! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theaspieworld/support

    Autistic Child: Can A Smart Watch Actually Help?

    Autistic Child: Can A Smart Watch Actually Help?

    This use of a smart watch can help an autistic child in their day to day life, like this:

    Researchers in Boston USA have been working with a program they developed where they use a smart watch on an autistic child, and then text them videos or commands / instructions.

    The idea of this program is that, a parent or care giver can send the child a message or command to the watch that is very discrete so the child feels like they can still ‘fit in’ without forgetting to do something.

    This type of idea is a really good way to create confidence within an autistic child.

    Parents have started adopting this idea with some autistic children and are having excellent feedback.

    There are more apps and planners that can be loaded onto a smart watch also to help in areas like this, which are just changing the way autistic children interact with the world.

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    Autism In Girls Advocacy

    Autism In Girls Advocacy

    I’m interviewing Faye who is an autism advocate for autism in girls and she has a lot to share. Follow her @faye_flint

    Faye’s Links:
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/faye_flint
    BOOK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Not-weird-just-limited-autistic/dp/B084WMZ3HD


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    • 16 min
    9 Aspergers Famous People (YOU Didn’t Know)

    9 Aspergers Famous People (YOU Didn’t Know)

    9 Aspergers Famous People that YOU defiantly didn’t know were on the autism spectrum.

    I am always super interested in what aspergers famous people are in the public know of being autistic.

    So I compiled this list to wow you into how interesting the autism spectrum is!! It is amazing how many famous and celebrity people have Asperger’s syndrome.

    I hope you enjoy this list as much as I did putting it together.

    1.Robin Williams
    2.Putin
    3.Anthony Hopkins
    4.Bill gates
    5.Steve Job
    6.Kanye West
    7.Elon Musk
    8.Courtney Love
    9.Charles Richter

    To learn more on an in depth level about these people please check out my YouTube video on this topic. Please save this and share with anyone you think will benefit and follow @theaspieworld for more content.


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    • 12 min
    5 HACKS For AUTISM And School REFUSAL (School Phobia)

    5 HACKS For AUTISM And School REFUSAL (School Phobia)

    This is how to help children with autism and school phobias.

    BRILLIA: https://discoverbrillia.com

    CHARTS DOWNLOADS: https://shoptly.com/i/unr

    School can be a very difficult challenging and confusing place for people on the autism spectrum, This is why I have created this list of things that can definitely help with anyone facing these challenges.

    Understand what triggers
    - Create a list of scary vs non-scary tasks or places in the school
    - Colour subjects on a chart: green = good, red = bad and amber = ok
    - Create a worry book write down all issues in the book, also try personalise it with their topic of interest.

    Crate strategies for home use to calm anxiety and relax
    - This like going for A walk
    - Building Lego
    - Or scheduled quiet time in their room where they are safe

    Communicate with the school directly
    - Contact the SENco at the school and make the aware of the issues
    - Find out what has been done so far to accommodate the needs of the child
    - Consult with the direct line of staff who deal with your child day to day and discuss what strategies they are using
    - Simply ask your child what support they feel they need

    Adjustments
    - You could look at having quiet time during the school day in a quiet room
    - Using ear defenders outside in the play ground
    - A later start and early finish time to avoid busy school traffic
    - Using reward systems to help meet targets (check out my link for charts)
    - Older students may like to use apps to help with anxiety

    Home school
    This may be a choice for some people depending on your level of comfort.

    Always remember if you are going from home school to mainstream school, include a time of a reintegration period. Prep well.


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    - [x] AUTISM IN GIRLS - 5 Most Common Signs (YOU NEED To Think About)

    - [x] AUTISM IN GIRLS - 5 Most Common Signs (YOU NEED To Think About)

    - [x] AUTISM IN GIRLS - 5 Most Common Signs (YOU NEED To Think About)

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    • 9 min
    What Does AUTISM Mean?

    What Does AUTISM Mean?

    What does autism mean? I break down the terminology and origins of the term and condition of autism.

    What does Autism mean to you and what is the autism meaning in English? To answer that we have to look at where the term autism came from and the way it was first used.

    Autism studies have been conducted since the 1940s and the studies have been done simultaneously in Europe and America at the same time.

    The term autism refers to a set of neurological conditions in people that create issues and impairments in the daily life.

    Autism can be identified through a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder, diagnosable via the DSM5 diagnostic criteria.

    Please comment on anything you would like to add to this discussion.

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