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December 2010




San Francisco


“Slain teen was vulnerable”:

“Boy drowns during his afternoon nap”:

“Amicus statement helps free Nate Tseglin”:

“Colombia teen is reported missing”:,0,550714.story

“Missing Colombia teen is found”:,0,3835695.story

“18 year old found in Collin County”:

“Government makes landmark commitment in response to I Exist campaign”:

VIDEO Interview “Kindergartner voted out by students”:

“Taser inquiry sifting dozens of complaints”:

“CMS approves Pennsylvania medicaid wiaver program to help autistic residents”:

“Pa. gets permission to spend Medicaid money on adult autism”:

“Boost to ease stress for differently abled Queenslanders and their helpers”:,25197,23807558-23289,00.html

“Minn. Mom fights church ban on her autistic son”:

“Pope Benedict XVI urged to provide guidelines after Autism Church Ban”:


“Kids fathered by over-45s twice as likely to die before adulthood”:

“Girls born with low birth rate develop autism more frequently, study says”:

“Gaze aversion may help reveal kids’ educational progress”:

“NIH researchers find that Rett Syndrome gene is full of surprises”:

Seizures “Autism and Brain Scans: Snake Oil or the Real Deal?”:


“Kindergarten teacher should lose her job”:,0,4906529.story

“Letter(Web version): Don’t make school version of ‘Survivor”:

“Boy without school place for 18 months”:

“Schools pursue truancy charge”:

Therapeutic Day School to Close “Edward Academy parents wonder what’s next”:,6_5_NA03_ACADEMY_S1.article

“Together on stage”:

“Southeast student creates coloring book on autism”:

“Playground program helps children make friends”:

“School Options”:


Individuality, Diversity, Equality, Achievement 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.

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

“Job vacancies within the NAS”:

“SARRC expands services for adults”:

“Mental illness stigma can overshadow career”:

“Mother works for son, and others on the autism spectrum”:


“The great autism rip-off … How a huge industry feeds on parents desperate to cure their children”:—How-huge-industry-feeds-parents-desperate-cure-children.html

New National Scheme allows Access to Justice for All – “Balancing the scales”:

Police Article “How to speak autism”:

The Zac Browser “Grandfather builds Web browser for autisic boy”:

“Program helps kids learn to ride on two wheels”:

“Center in Peters uses rats as part of therapy for autistic children”:

“The New Wave of Autism Rights Activists”:

“Living to learn, learning to live”:

“Bittersweet Farm betters autistic lives”:

“Jiminy Peak hosts autism conference” Spectrum Unplugged share their personal experiences of living with autism ”:

“Paralysed man takes a walk in virtual world”:

“Dyslexia Action FAQ”:

“The British Dyslexia Association”:

“Dyslexia USA”:

“Dyslexia Canada”:

“Dyslexia Australia”:

“Vince Vaughn “Vaughn grateful for learning disabilities”:

“Orlando Bloom grateful for childhood dyslexia”:

“Dyslexia not the same in every culture”:

“Famous dyslexic people”:


“Diet has no special blame in ADHD – Study”:

“Attention, everyone”:

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.

“ADDISS” The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service.


hi2u ADHD Pages”:


BOOK “Living without Brakes”


Wrestling “Leominster student fighting for acceptance”:

The Champagne Bike Ride 2008 – 6th June – 9th June”

From London to Reims – NAS’ toughest bike ride yet!:

“Trek Kilimanjaro 2008 – 12th June – 21st June”:

“The 10k for Men – 15th June, 2008(Held on Father’s Day)”

Location: Bellahouston Park, located south-west of Glasgow City Centre

“The London Triathlon 2008 – 9-10th August”:

The world’s largest triathlon takes place on the streets of central London and the Docklands.

“Trek the Inca Trail 2009”:


“Music from the heart”:


Seth Chwast

Seth Chwast was diagnosed with autism as a very young child, and lived for years in a world of roller coasters, haunted houses, and classical music. A dramatic change came in 2003, when at age 20 he took an oil painting class at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Seth, who rarely speaks, began describing his world in paint.

VIDEO “American story: An inspiring autistic artist”:

Archived news item “Local artist Seth Chwast to be on Today show”:

NAS “Take part in our creativity competition”:


“Teen finds audience for short films”:

“Great expectations”:

“Actors for Autism”:


coming soon “The Chameleon Kid – Controlling Meltdown Before He Controls You”

Author: Elaine M. Larson

coming soon “Fun with Messy Play”

Ideas and Activities for Children with Special Needs

Author: Tracey Beckerleg

coming soon “Small Steps Forward: Using Games and Activities to help Your Pre-School Child with Special Needs” 2nd Edition

Author: Sarah Newman

Illustrated by Jeanie Mellersh

New “Breaking Free from OCD”

Author: Jo Derisley, Isobel Heyman, Sarah Robinson and Cynthia Turner

Illustrated by Lisa Jo Robinson

New “Asperger Syndrome and Alcohol”

Drinking to Cope?

Author: Matthew Tinsley and Sarah Hendrickx

Foreword by Temple Grandin

“Asperger Syndrome and Bullying: Strategies and Solutions”

Author: Nick Dubin

Foreword by Michael John Carley

DVD ~ PAL and NTSC “Being Bullied”

Nick Dubin

DVD ~ PAL and NTSC “Asperger Syndrome and Employment:

A Personal Guide to Succeeding at Work”

Nick Dubin with Gail Hawkins

“Career Training and Personal Planning for Students with ASD: A Practical Resource for Schools”

Author: Vicki Lundine and Catherine Smith

Foreword by Jo-Anne Seip

“Why Do You Do That?”

A Book about Tourette Syndrome for Children and Young people

Author: Uttom Chowdhury and Mary Robertson

Illustrated by Liz Whallett

“All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome”

Moonbeam Childhood Wellness Award 2007 Bronze Medalist

Shortlisted for the 2007 Eve Pownall Award for Information Books by the Children’s Book Council of Australia

Author: Kathy Hoopmann

For Lego lovers the world over, 2008 marks the 50th birthday of the Lego brick. Its success has been duly recognized by industry and trade associations alike. Just before the turn of the millennium the Lego brick was voted “Toy of the Century”, one of the highest awards in the toy industry, by both Fortune Magazine in the US and the British Association of Toy Retailers.
Lego Indy
To celebrate fifty years of the LEGO® brick, NAS partner LEGO UK has organised a fantastic touring roadshow, Follow the LEGO brick road. One of the features of the show will be a giant LEGO mural, which the public can help to build in exchange for a donation to the NAS.

The roadshow will be touring the country, appearing at some of the UK’s top attractions, from summer. We are looking for volunteers from several areas across the UK – including Wales, Essex, Cambridge and Milton Keynes – to give a day of their time to help us collect these vital funds. For more information on dates and locations or to offer to help, call 020 7923 5709 or email

LEGO Batman & Co

Over the next two years LEGO UK and their staff will be aiming to raise £80,000 to build a fantastic new playground at the NAS Radlett Lodge School in Hertfordshire.

To enjoy the Official LEGO website:

Or to visit Legoland:

Hope you enjoyed the read.

Take Care,


Classic San Fran

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