autism Archives - LOU McGILL
30
archive,category,category-autism,category-30,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,vertical_menu_enabled,qode_grid_1300,qode-theme-ver-11.0,qode-theme-bridge,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.12,vc_responsive

autism

This week we are holding #OLsuccess week which is designed to capture voices of online learners - people with a particular preference or need to access their learning online. This might be through choice or may be something that they have to do as part of...

The photo for this post is a pic of our lovely greyhound who came to live with us 10 years ago. Sadly, she died this week (at the grand old age of 16). We all loved her and will miss her a lot. I was reading...

I don't often just feature someone else's video in my blog but I watched this today and feel it really deserves wide dissemination and appreciation.It is made by KonstantinosPapathanasiou and was self funded. It contains really good contributions from people with Asperger Syndrome and rightly...

It all began on a dark November evening, when out of nowhere a storm brought the town to a standstill. A bolt of lightening hit Whithorn in the middle of the night and killed 8 cows, several computers, internet hubs and phone lines. No humans...

I have a dilemna due to using a Creative Commons (CC) licence on one of my photographs on flickr. The photo is part of a project that I did in 2006 for the flickr UTATA group which aimed to tells the positives and negatives of...

It is particularly difficult for children with Aspergers Syndrome and high functioning autism because people can't see the disability....

How hard to write about something so brutal and horrific.Whenever I am confronted with a news item about this I get upset and angry in equal amounts and it's not just because my son has a disability. I am absolutely shocked that this kind of...

>a youtube photo montage published a long time ago but lost in the transfer to wordpress so posted again for completeness...

Most people are horrified when I tell them that my son does most of his socialising with his peers over the internet. They are worried because he doesn't go to school and 'get' socialised there (we do home learning - see early blog post to...

> I've been meaning to write this one for so long that I almost can't write it anymore. I lie awake at night going over and over what I want to say. I think my recent reading of the new book 'Children and teenagers with aspergers:the...