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Barely Autistic Spokespersons of the Alleged Autism Rights Movement Misrepresent Their Constituency by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:34pm How many of the spokespersons for the alleged Autism Rights Movement are actually autistic? At best it can be said that, to the extent that they share symptoms with persons with severe Autistic Disorder, they are barely autistic, and not representative of those with severe Autistic Disorder and they have no right to speak on their behalf. ... Read on »
Autism Science Foundation : Developmental Delay by MJ Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 12:00am If you look at the about autism page on the site for the Autism Science Foundation you are treated to what the foundation feels is important to know about autism. Given that this is a "science" organization you would think that the information would be the best that science has to offer but that doesn't seem to be the case. It starts out ... Read on »
UK Mum Gives Speech in Teen Son's Nappy To Drive Autism Point Home by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 May 2011 12:00am By Alli Edwards At 4.40pm yesterday I stood up   in front of Earl Howe, continence industry and room full of Health select  committee bods, dropped my skirt to reveal me wearing one of my son Jon's nappies! I   delivered my whole speech like that - and had drinks afterwards and beautifully cut cakes and sandwiches! They were a ... Read on »
Speech impairment and autism, inseparable? by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 10 Jun 2011 7:44pm In a recent paper purporting to link autism and vaccines, the author, Gayle DeLong, chose to lump autism and speech or language impairments together to create an autism “prevalence” from special education data: To determine autism prevalence by U.S. state, the number of 8-year old students classified with either (1) autism or (2) sp ... Read on »
NY Autism Organization's Unite in Opposition to Cuts in Speech Therapy and Bigger Classes by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 15 Nov 2010 12:00am The New York State Regents, an appointed board that sets policy for the state's schools will be voting today on new regulations that will reduce speech therapy requirements  for students with autism in New York to the federally mandated minimum and increase the maximum number of students in specified classrooms for students ... Read on »
What Does Throne Speech Autism Commitment Mean? by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:31am Yesterday I commented that the Graham government's throne speech contained good news for students with autism because the speech contained a commitment to autism specific training for TA's. Opposition leader Shawn Graham had committed during the campaign to training 100 TA's and Resource teachers per year for the next 4 years via the UNB-CEL ... Read on »
Young Man with Autism Uses Assistive Technology to Give Commencement Speech by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 12 Jun 2010 12:00am Managing Editor's Note: Congratulations to our good friend Chantal Sicile-Kira and her family on Jeremy's success. San Diego Ranch Coast News Inspirational autistic TPHS student graduates, will deliver a commencement speech From The Carmel Valley News By Karen Billing Jeremy Sicile-Kira is autistic and cann ... Read on »
Autism Speaks Supresses the Free Speech of People with Autism by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Jul 2008 4:05pm Rather than listening to the legitimate criticism that Autism Speaks is being offered from the neurodiversity community (like the fact that people with autism are not allowed to speak at their events, even though their name is "Autism Speaks"), AS instead threatens tosue them. Even for legal parodies, even for t-shirts that say, "Autism Speaks c ... Read on »
Autism Speaks Supresses the Free Speech of People with Autism by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 10:30pm Rather than listening to the legitimate criticism that Autism Speaks is being offered from the neurodiversity community (like the fact that people with autism are not allowed to speak at their events, even though their name is "Autism Speaks"), AS instead threatens to sue them . Even for legal parodies, even for t-shirts that say, "Autis ... Read on »
Age of Autism Contest: HandySpeech App Developed by 12 Year Old Eric Zeiberg by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Jan 2013 12:00am Necessity and LOVE appear to be the "brothers" of invention in this app we're giving away. 12 year old Eric Zeiberg of CT created "HandySpeech," an app that converts writing into speech.    We have 2 codes for this app to give to readers.  The app runs on the iPad with iOS 5.0 or higher at this time.  Leave a comment to enter.   To ... Read on »