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Talk delivered by Professor Patrick Bolton, Professor of Child & Adolescent Neuropsychiatry, Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, IoPPN. This talk was given as part of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services Clinical Academic Group (CAMHS CAG) Projects Day 2018. The CAMHS CAG Projects Day celebrated the diverse and broad research that has taken…

[ad_1] Photo © MrTinDC | Flickr / Creative Commons [image: Bronze sculpture of hands demonstrating American Sign Language, in the visitor center at Gallaudet University.] endever* corbinanotherqueerautistic.wordpress.com To preface: I am a hearing semiverbal autistic person who is studying American Sign Language (ASL) and using it as AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication). I want to talk about why…

[ad_1] Photo © Mundial Perspectives | Flickr / Creative Commons[image: A white teacher with shoulder-length straight dark brown hair holdingup a globe to a group of young students of varied races, several of whom areraising their hands, all of whom are seen from behind.] Tim Villegaswww.thinkinclusive.us I spend a lot of time thinking about inclusion.…

[ad_1] Hannah Gadsby in the Netflix special Nanette[image: Australian comic Hannah Gadsby, speaking into a microphone.White text at the bottom of the image reads, “I identify… as tired.”] Emily Paige Ballouchavisory.wordpress.com I started wondering something explicitly for the first time recently (I don’t even entirely remember why), and that is: How many autistic kids who…