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How to make a Christmas card for your teacher
Giving a Christmas Card to a teacher is one of the best ways to say thank you and wish them happy holidays. Here’s how to design and make your Christmas card!
Six children's books about autism and neurodiversity
Want to help your child or students learn more about autism & neurodiversity? We’ve compiled a list of six children’s books about autism.
What Matters to me, Mardi Gras 2020
My name is Trudy, I am a high school teacher, a case manager of students with disabilities, a proud autistic woman, a passionate autistic advocate and a proud gay woman. And this is What Matters to me...
World Autism Acceptance Day Blog
This year for world autism acceptance day, TK talks about the importance of accepting your child's diagnosis, and how you guys can improve your travel into the world of autism much smoother.
The Difference Between Divisive and Devices
This time Thomas talks about a matter that has been divisive between aspies and autistic parents. This matter is regularly seen in the world today, but what could it be? Click the link to find out.
School's Back! TK's Advice for Parents
It's a new year and the TK blog is back! After a hiatus, Thomas is back with a blog targeted to parents and professionals. For his first blog this decade TK gives some advice for parents who are worried about the new school year
Are autistic individuals vulnerable to financial exploitation? – by Dr Ru Ying Cai
Researchers around the world have begun to take an interest in the financial experiences of autistic individuals. This is an important area of research as being able to manage your own finances is critical for living an independent life.
Relaxed performances at the Sydney Festival 2020
From Sydney CBD to Parramatta, Sydney Festival 2020 unleashes its 2020 program on the city. Here's a list of relaxed performances (sensory-friendly) to help you enjoy this essential fixture of Sydney’s summer calendar.
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