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
Just in! Videos, FAQ's style and more Tania has been requested multiple times to share her work over her lengthy career, give her opinion or support a person or organization. She is now sharing her work via Video FAQ's or videos, from various individuals or organizations and conferences including the Secret Agent Society, Different Brains, … Continue reading Just in! Videos: FAQ style, Educational, Instructional, Interviews and more.
Asperger Syndrome (AS) is thought to be the highest functioning form of Autism Spectrum Condition. Females on the Autism Spectrum are underdiagnosed and often come into a clinic with other mental health issues, many labels or diagnoses, some of which include: anxiety disorders, ADHD, sleep disorders, panic disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, bi-polar disorder, borderline personality … Continue reading Is Anorexia the New Female Aspergers?
Nova Pathways to Employment Conference and Up Close and Personal Luncheon Professor Temple Grandin is unquestionably the most famous person in the world with Autism who writes and speaks about Autism. I have admired her for many years and was absolutely honoured to meet and have a one-on-one chat with her about DSM5, her movie, … Continue reading Professor Temple Grandin June 2013
Flying under the radar: Girls and Women with Aspergers Syndrome In Australia, approximately 1 in 100 children are born with an Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC). ASC is a recently defined lifelong developmental condition and affects people regardless, of age, colour, race or socio-economic status. It is now referred to as a spectrum condition, meaning that … Continue reading Flying under the radar: Girls and Women with Aspergers Syndrome