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Christmas is a time of giving. Here are 6 reasons why you should donate to charity in lieu of presents so your gift will provide meaningful support to those in need.
Dating can be fun, exciting, nerve-racking and at times, downright confusing. And while everyone’s experiences are different, for autistic people dating can come with an extra layer of complexity; involving reading non-verbal cues, picking up on innuendoes and an expectation to communicate emotions.
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As we celebrate International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD), Aspect Research assistant and Inclusion Consultant Emma Gallagher, shares her personal journey and her perspective on the empowerment of people on the autism spectrum.
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Ben Calandruccio is a movie fan, writer and a young man on the autism spectrum.He's back with a new review, of the series "The 'A' Word".
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This Occupational Therapy Week (#OTWeek), we're introducing you to a couple of Aspect OTs. Meet Andrew Trenfield, from our Hunter team. Andrew is an experienced OT and a regional Operation Leader for the Northern NSW team and the Mid North Coast teams. He is sharing me about his journey and his work at Aspect.
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Monday 21 Oct marks the start of Occupation Therapy Week (#OTWeek) across Australia. Out in the community, we often receive the question “What is occupational therapy?”, and so this year we’re shining a spotlight on a couple of Occupational Therapists and we start with Emma Towns.
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Driving is an important milestone in the lives of teenagers and young adults. No longer do they have to ask Mum or Dad for a ride to their friends’ houses. Now they can drive themselves to school, work, and beyond, giving them more freedom over their own schedules. Learning to drive is an opportunity for teens and young adults to earn their independence.
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Sunday 25 August marks the start of Speech Pathology Week across Australia. The week is an opportunity to make all Australians aware of those in our community who have a communication disability. We asked one of our experienced SP to tell us more about her work with adults and kids to help them maximise their communication and quality of life.
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