Writing, writing, writing... training and webinars and videos (PART 1) For those of you who have not heard from me in a while, I have been quite busy since becoming a paid Autism Ambassador. Stepping into a more senior role of education involving writing articles, training, presenting and running webinars, seminars and courses is an important … Continue reading
Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) yndrome
AspienGirl.com is pleased to be nominated for a 2017 ASPECT Autism Australia Award
AspienGirl.com is pleased to be nominated for a 2017 ASPECT Autism Australia Award in the Advancement Category, for advancing the area of female Autism. AspienGirl.com advocates for neurodivergent females, educating and bringing a strengths-based awareness about the autistic female presentation/profile, and contributes to its' goal of "no more AspienGirls left behind" and "Be your own … Continue reading AspienGirl.com is pleased to be nominated for a 2017 ASPECT Autism Australia Award
Jekyll and Hyde or Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome (PDA)?
Updated January 3rd, 2016. This post will be updated on an on-going basis I have written this blog specifically to educate, advocate and provide awareness for an unknown syndrome in Australia, called Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) Syndrome. Many children are misdiagnosed with other conditions and/or parents are sent on parenting courses that are ineffective or … Continue reading Jekyll and Hyde or Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome (PDA)?
Adult Autism/Asperger Syndrome Assessment in Females
The Assessment and Diagnosis of Adult females on the Autism Spectrum