December 2010



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Kangaroo Country


“Torture death shocks Illinois town”:;_ylt=AltmNg96fFa_3Dd6NV7bT59H2ocA

“Woman found guilty of starving autistic sister to death”:

“Special needs children need more help, says report”:,,2266969,00.html

“N.M. Health Secretary: Vaccine benefits outweigh risks”:

“Public health risk seen as parents reject vaccines”:

“Legislators Battle For Healthcare Mandates”:

“Officials try to calm fears about vaccines, autism”:,1,2833254.story?track=rss

“Disability rhetoric must be made reality”:

“Disabled care centre is reprieved”:

“Burrage passionate about legislation”:

ZOLOFT “Drugs course made girl suicidal”:,25197,23406160-23289,00.html

“Cure worse than the ill”:,25197,23404199-23289,00.html

“Autism Cymru’s third international conference in Cardiff, April 22-23, 2008”:

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“Leaky gut autism theory doubted”:

“MMR vaccine ‘does not cause autism’ – latest study”:

“Study finds no link between MMR jab and autism”:

“Epilepsy ‘could affect non-motor neurons in autism,’ say Spanish researchers”:

“Progress reported in Fragile X research”:

“Gene for brain connections linked with autism”:

“Brain network linked to contemplation in adults is less complex in children”:

“Iranian study: Autistic children no more likely to have coeliac disease”:

“Schizophrenia memory differences”:

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“” – Our objective is to promote awareness to AD/HD (Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) and to provide information and as much free practical help as we can to affected by the condition, both adults and children, their families in the UK and around the World via this website.

“ADHD Pages”:

“Are the Comorbid Conditions of ADHD the Same Impairment?”:

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NAS “Think Differently About Autism”

Autism also affects adults.

Most are isolated and ignored. Think. Act. Transform lives.

NAS “I Exist: the message from autistic adults”:

NAS “Join Thomas and Friends Live in London”:

“India launches new site”:

“Brave youngster honoured at awards ceremony”:

“Burgaw woman learns syndrome is what makes her feel different”:

“Young adults with Asperger’s syndrome working on people skills”:

“Legos a building block in autism therapy”:

“Using theater as a tool for autism”:

BBC Health “Autism/Asperger Syndrome”:

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“Half of the children who fail key tests have learning difficulties”:

“School left in dark gets apology”:

“Autism no longer obstacle for students seeking degree”:

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“” is an Aspie & Autie friendly site for all people on the Autistic Spectrum who are ready to dare reach out to occupation and employment, open the doors to the community and market their abilities directly to the public and for those interested in supporting these pioneers.

“Autism Jobs”

Linking job seekers with vacancies in work related to autism, Aspergers and ASDs

Copenhagen, Denmark


We Make A Difference

Many of the world’s great minds have reached astonishing achievements due to persistence, learning faculties, a structured way of thinking, and attention to details.

Albert Einstein, Socrates, Charles Darwin, and Sir Isaac Newton were all probably affected by a mild form of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) called Asperger’s Syndrome.

If they had not met the criterieas for Asperger’s Syndrome, they would probably not have been able to achieve the same degree of competence that helped them change the world as we see it today.

Times have changed – modern society has increased its demands to the capabilities of the employees in the areas of social interaction, communication, and adaptability – exactly those areas, where Einstein and those like him, could not cope.

Society’s social demands to employees have consequences for people with ASD. In spite of their special competences, most have difficulties finding and keeping a job.

At SPECIALISTERNE we are organized to meet the requirements of persons with ASD in order to create an optimal working environment.

Did you know?

Did you know that close to one percent of the population meet the characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?

  • Did you know that most people with ASD do not get the necessary support because of lack of ASD knowledge?

  • Did you know that the business community realises a growing need for specialists?

  • Did you know that people with ASD are natural born specialists?

“Able and Willing”:

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“Cycle China 2009”:

“Flora London Marathon 2008”:

“Volunteer at the Flora London Marathon 2008”:

“Flora London Marathon 2009”:

“The Tulip Bike Ride 2008”:

“Tandem pairing ready for action”:

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“Autism the Musical”:

“Autism the Musical on HBO”:

“Music for Autism”:

“The Jazz of Matt Savage”:

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“The Stephen Wiltshire Gallery”

Stephen Wiltshire has been the subject of numerous documentaries and one man exhibitions since his discovery in the 1980’s when he was nine.

Stephen is an autistic savant whose gifts include the ability to retain visual photographic memory recall of people and places. This enables him to draw with near perfect accuracy, representations of city skylines and architectural scenes.

Stephen likes to work both on small and large scale. Some of these extraordinary drawings measure over 9ft in length, others are much smaller and more intimate. However, all possess his astonishing virtuoso draughtsmanship skills.

Stephen Wiltshire was awarded an MBE in January, 2006.

“Autism Art Website”:

“Tactile art for blind on show”:

“The Genesis of Artistic Creativity”

Asperger Syndrome and the Arts

Author: Michael Fitzgerald

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Ben is different.

His life is a universe to itself, where he plays his favourite online computer game Archlord avidly, trying hard to train himself for the real world he lives in. The harsh world of a technical school is for him a daily kind of hell.

As the horror of being a daily subject to bullying grows, Ben devises a plan. Then Scarlite comes into his life, the girl he has met in his on-line game. That wasn’t part of the plan…

Ben is different. We see this in the way he gets up, washes himself, gets dressed, eats,…with all sorts of rituals and according to established patterns every day. We even notice it in his manner towards his mother and little brother. It shows when he walks in the streets with his walkman on his head with loud and booming music, tensed and very insecure… His life is a universe to itself, where he plays his favourite online computer game “Archlord” avidly, trying hard to train himself for the real world he lives in. The harsh world of a technical school is for him a daily kind of hell and drives him to extremes.

His Mother: A strong woman. She never gives up the fight for her son, despite the fact that she never gets closer to him and never receives a single sign of affection from her oldest son. It cost her a divorce and half of her life. But she wants to and she will find Ben. Whatever world he may be in. This story is also the story of her struggle and her amazing deed at the end to help organizing the revenge of her son.

His Father: A man beaten by life. At home the big absentee. He was the man who couldn’t cope. With his marriage. With his son. The impotence that he couldn’t help his son drives him to his first exceptional deed.

Scarlite: Bens chat-girlfriend with whom he has been playing for a long time in the virtual world of “Archlord”. She’s a mystery for his environment, but the great love of Ben.

“Poignant “Autism” has joyful message”:

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New “Asperger Meets Girl

Happy Endings for Asperger Boys”

Author: Jonathon Griffiths

Foreword by Hugh Jones

New “Anger Management Games for Children”

Author: Deborah M Plummer

Illustrated by Jane Serrurier

New “Asperger Syndrome and Employment”

Adults speak out about Asperger Syndrome

Edited by Genevieve Edmonds and Luke Beardon

‘This is the book we need for guidance on employment for people with Asperger’s syndrome. The contributors describe their employment experiences and offer sound advice. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the success stories and took note of the words of warning of what not to do.’
– Professor Tony Attwood, author of The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome

“Autistic Planet”

Winner of a Gold Medal in the Moonbeam Children’s Book awards Non-Fiction picture book category

Author: Jennifer Elder

Illustrated by Mark Thomas and Jennifer Elder

Take Care,


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