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January 2011




Mayon Volcano, Philippines


Caustic soda rape sentence review … Disability charities said the sentences were unduly lenient and sent out the “wrong message.”:

Cameron’s ‘beautiful boy’ dies”:

Care home left illegal immigrant in charge as resident choked”:

Ten year old boy arrested”:

Zimbabwean carer jailed in the UK”:

Advertising Standards Authority to probe complaints against Action for Children ad”:

We’re failing autistic people, minister admits”:

MP helps to bring autism law a step closer”:

Help to create a new law”:

Victory for Autism Bill campaigners”:

Craigmoor unveils expert team of quality development advisors to shape future processes & policies”:

Parliamentary support builds for NASA hacker”:,1000000189,39618459,00.htm

World autism awareness day 2009”:

“”Grand effort for children’s charity Bibic”:

Lord Carlile joins clamour for accused hacker to be tried in UK”:

Gary McKinnon supported by anti-terror law watchdog”:

Blind girl has her first driving lesson”:

One-armed CBeebies host ‘scaring’ children … Children don’t notice the differences. The parents need to think about how they would feel if it were their child born without an arm. It is great for children with disabilities to see people like them on the television. It just goes to show how important it is to have positive disabled role models on CBeebies and television in general.”

Wyre dad’s win-win scheme for those with cerebral palsy”:

Australia “A4 Update January 2009”:


Scientists spot possible treatment for Rett Syndrome”:

Screening for fragile X sidelined”:,25197,25079143-23289,00.html

New kind of epilepsy shakes up memory”:

Rare syndrome points to sociability gene”:

On-the-spot DNA analysis to test tolerance to prescription drugs a step closer”:

British study builds tolerance of nuts in allergic kids”:,25197,25085207-23289,00.html

Cure for peanut allergy closer”:,25197,25081598-23289,00.html

Fine tune your life”:

Cannabis advert warns of danger”:

Health Talk: Rain Man Syndrome”:

Australia “Fire disasters trigger psychological stress”:


Mum wins fight for school place for Freddie”:

Teachers run to raise funds for school … In a bid to generate more funds for The Quest School, which caters for autistic children, Glen Reed and Julie Yeomans took part in a running challenge, reports”:

Autistic student turns to comics to express herself”:

Teacher’s tactics fueling debate”:

Measures to boost child learning … A package of measures to boost child health and learning, including a cash boost for children with disabilities, has been unveiled by ministers.”:

School uses camera equipment to improve teaching”:

Five young stars receive awards”:


Tim Jones: Best and worst decisions of my career … My best decision concerns Steve,* who has Asperger’s syndrome. Steve had spent much of his life being moved between residential homes. … my best decision was to persevere. In doing so, I found out what Steve wanted was to be five minutes from his mother and to have his own front door. Through a shared ownership arrangement with United Response, Steve moved into his own home, near his mother, three years ago. Now he has a support team he has hand-picked and control over his life.

One of the best things for me is that I’ve learned a lot from Steve. He knows what is important to him and is about to become something of a “quality controller”, letting us know what sort of job we’re doing in supporting others. Steve has joined our leadership team and brings a refreshing perspective.”:

Class acts: Why public sector careers are more attractive than ever … Emily Scott, training and volunteer support officer at the National Autistic Society – a role she took after graduating in 2007 – agrees. “I don’t think anyone’s job is completely safe at the moment, but I really do think that compared to my peers in the private sector, I feel a lot more secure. I think a big part of that is because in a charity, you tend to get nurtured, so your training and development is tailored to your role, with the consequence that you have a more key role earlier on in your career in than in some private sector organisations where you have to start at the very bottom and wait a long time for real responsibility and autonomy.”:”:
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

Current job vacancies within the NAS”:

For further employment information, please view”:


Reno mother teaches autistic daughter to read”:

VIDEO Autistic couple find love “Learning to love with autism”:

Daniel Tammet interview: Wide sky thinking”:

Charles Darwin was autistic, claims leading psychiatrist”:

Psychiatrist sheds new light on Darwin’s extraordinary creativity”:

Time to reclaim the night for sleep”:

The voices of epilepsy”:

Children with multiple behaviour problems ASD and ADHD”:

Dogs to help autistic children”:

Why geeks are suddenly chic”:

Sex and disability”:


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Autism Society Philippines

ASP is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of persons with autism spectrum disorder. We envision an environment that empowers persons with autism spectrum disorder to become, to the best of their potentials, self-reliant, productive and socially accepted members of the community.

Boracay Island, Philippines

Colors of Autism Spectrum & Alyana

Includes YouTube Video on Acceptance & Inclusion(4mins 24secs)

Tarsier - Bohol, Philippines (smallest monkey in the world)

Autism Society of the Philippines – Iloilo Chapter Photo Workshop(Includes Photos”:

Banaue, Philippines - Morning View

Filipino-American Autism Community

Autism is a part of our existence. This is what brings us together in this community.

Autism transcends geographical and cultural boundaries. Maybe it is a culture in itself. One to understand and accept.

The Filipino-American Autism Community is a support group focusing on the social and recreational needs of families with autism. It is a gathering of friends who share their experiences to recognize that our children can and will live a fun and active life despite the disability.

Filipino Costume

The Official Website Of The Republic Of The Philippines

DepEd takes into its fold autistic children:

Filipino children

Philippines Facts, Information & History”:

Manila Skyline

Living in The Philippines … everything you could possibly wish to know about living, retiring, travelling, and doing business in the Philippines. This site includes a look at Culture, Education, Medical/Dental Care, Law(political & international), Crafts, Painting, Recipes & more ”:


Shire announces opening of office in Japan”:

Meditation reduces ADHD symptoms among students”:

High point pediatrician questions use of psychotropic drugs to terat ADHD”:

The benefits of nutrition in ADHD”:,4825,345457,00.html

Temple research finds an ADHD drug could help individuals with aphasia regain language abilities”:

Kids with eczema more likely to have ADHD”:

ADHD expert coming to Elmira”:

Triplet Tales: Thanks to surgeries, love, boy’s heart still keeps rhythm”:

What is the nature of alcohol and drug addiction? … Since we were children we learned that if something hurts, we should take a pill to make the pain disappear. We also see that children are being prescribed drugs such as Ritalin in increasing amounts, as parents and doctors smudge the line between active, healthy kids and kids with a true Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).”:,4825,426493,00.html

ADRES “Adverse Drug Reaction Electronic System(Adverse Drug Reactions Website)”- This website provides patients, doctors, and other medical professionals with a comprehensive examination of adverse drug reactions (ADRs), side effects, and other safety information for both prescription and over-the-counter medications. Our goal is to allow users of our website make informed decisions when taking (patients) or prescribing (doctors) drugs. We are providing unmatched information and analysis tools.”
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 those 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”:



Overnight camp listings”:

Trek the Inca Trail – 22-31 May, 2010”:

Trek Ben Nevis – 19-21 June, 2009”:

Flora London Marathon 2009”:

It’s back! The London to Paris Bike Ride 2009 – 15-18 May”:

5-8 June, 2009 “Five Countries Bike Ride – England, France, Belgium, Holland and Germany”:

Racecourse Bike Ride – 12 July, 2009”:

Trek Hadrian’s Wall – 7-9 August, 2009”:

Trek Jordan 2009 – 10-14 September”:

Cycle India – 27 November – 6 December, 2009”:

“Sky Diving”:


Stars Shine for Autism 2009 – 12th March, 2009

Featuring Alfie Boe and the London Chamber Orchestra:

The AutisMusic Project”:


Katie Miller (Includes Video – 2mins 6secs) “Local artist is positively influenced by autism”:

Stephen Wiltshire”:

YouTube Video(5:18) “Stephen Wiltshire: The Human Camera”

In this short excerpt from the film Beautiful Minds: A Voyage into the Brain, Wiltshire takes a helicopter journey over Rome and then draws a panoramic view of what he saw, entirely from memory.:

In blindness, a bold new artistic vision”:

Exhibition showcases autism talents”:

Art Auction – 26 February 2009”:

Enter the Hoffman Foundation’s prize for drawing and painting”:

ARTROOM ………where under 17s can make and display art online”:


12-year-old autistic director debuts film at Beloit Film Festival”:

Actors for Autism”:


Autism’s False Prophets “Vaccine book brings out hidden support”:

Review: Embracing the Wide Sky by Daniel Tammet”:

Fiction Reviews”:

Challenge Me!

Coming Soon “Challenge Me! (TM) Speech and Communication Cards”

Amanda Elliott

Illustrated by David Kemp

Coming Soon “Grandparenting a Child with Special Needs”

Author: Charlotte E. Thompson M.D.

New “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

CD-Rom “ISPEEK at Home: Over 1300 Visual Communication Images”

Janet Dixon

CD-Rom “ISPEEK at School: Over 1300 Visual Communication Images”

Janet Dixon

Everyday Education: Visual Support for Children with Autism”

Authors: Pernille Dyrbjerg and Maria Vedel

Foreword by Lennart Pedersen

Drama Therapy and Storymaking in Special Education”

Author: Paula Crimmens

Acting Antics: A Theatrical Approach to Teaching Social Understanding to Kids and Teens with Asperger Syndrome”

Author: Cindy B. Schneider

Foreword by Tony Attwood

Rules and Standards: The Second Book of Speaking Up: A Plain Text Guide to Advocacy”

Authors: John Tufail and Kate Lyon


A Matter of Loaf and Death

Wallace & Gromit

A Matter of Loaf and Death

UK DVD Release 23rd March


Endless Ocean (Wii) Rated 3+

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Nintendo DSi Exclusive Hands-On Preview

(Set For Europe Release April 3rd 2009)


From the Archives

Theatrophone – the 19th-century iPod

Sickly and often bedridden, by February 1911 French novelist Marcel Proust had one constant companion in the solitary confines of his cork-lined Paris sanctuary: a mysterious contraption that he kept by his bed. When he wasn’t labouring over his magnum opus, A la recherche du temps perdu , Proust would collapse into bed, grasp a pair of wires trailing into a primitive headset, and lose himself in Claude Debussy’s opera Pelléas et Mélisande.”–the-19thcentury-ipod.html


Robotics at the Science Museum, London

Berti the robot has human touch … One of the most sophisticated robots created in the UK has made its public debut – with a game of rock-paper-scissors. Robots like Berti could be used in the development of prosthetic limbs for people who have been in car accidents or to carry out extremely dangerous jobs such as land mine clearance.”:

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(Message to Australian Autism Community – The site in Australia seems to be experiencing technical difficulties at the moment.  Will post as soon as things are up and running again.  xx)

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