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How to Best Support Autistic Adults

Autistic children eventually become autistic adults but how can we best support them? Here are a few ideas of how to support adults on the autism spectrum.

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What is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? It is rather ridiculous to assume the adults pictured actually have autism. And NO the vaccine connections has NOT been ruled out. In fact the studies that are cited to "prove" vaccines are not linked to autism have been discredited. Link here: http://www.ageofautism.com/2009/04/fourteen-studies-only-if-you-never-read-them.html

What is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? It is rather ridiculous to assume the adults pictured actually have autism. And NO the vaccine connections has NOT been ruled out. In fact the studies that are cited to "prove" vaccines are not linked to autism have been discredited. Link here: http://www.ageofautism.com/2009/04/fourteen-studies-only-if-you-never-read-them.html

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Why Saying "Calm Down" To Your Kids Doesn't Actually Work

"Calm down" is a phrase that we all use, especially with kids when experiencing intense emotions. Here are some alternative phrases that just might yield better results, and an action plan to put them in place.

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Hypersensitivity Is Not Imagined

Hypersensitivity: Are You a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)? | Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Help & Info - ADDitude

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The Importance of Identifying Asperger’s Syndrome / High Functioning Autism in Adults

“Growing up with undiagnosed Asperger’s Syndrome can be traumatic for many individuals.” Many adults with undiagnosed Asperger’s Syndrome are usually keenly aware that they do not ‘fit in’, yet are...

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Signs & Symptoms of High Functioning Autism in Adults

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This chart is good information about meltdowns. *** But please remember that adults with ASD have "meltdowns" too, although they are very different***. As an adult it's not possible to throw a tantrum so the issues shown on the diagram manifest differently. (And differently in different ASD adults.) What's needed is acceptance and helping that person decompress and destress before a meltdown happens. -- http://www.theautismdad.com

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