Category Archives: perspective

AspienWoman Mentor Interview Series: Author, Advocate and TedX presenter, Jeanette Purkis

Originally posted on Tania A. Marshall, M.Sc.:
AspienWoman Mentor Interview Series: Author, Advocate and TedX presenter, Jeanette Purkis Tania:  Hello Jeanette and thank-you for agreeing to become a Mentor in the Aspiengirl/Aspienwomen mentor Project. We think you are a fantastic…

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‘Imagifriends of Imagiville’ New Year’s Calendar

“Even those with Autism and disabilities can make a great and wonderful difference in this world and even they can fulfill their dreams and goals. ”               – D.J. Svoboda Get ready for the 2014 with Daniels ‘Imagifriends of Imagiville’ … Continue reading

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LOL! Birthdays not preferred on holidays?

20 Percent: The diminished likelihood that you were born on Christmas, compared with an average day. Perhaps largely because many cesarean births can be scheduled in advance, doctors and patients seem to avoid certain days — and choose certain others. … Continue reading

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Rubella, the MMR Vaccination, and Autism

Rubella, the MMR Vaccination, and Autism In this particular blog I will continue expanding on my line of thinking regarding what I consider to be the basic abnormality in the brains of individuals with autism spectrum […] via Cortical Chauvinism … Continue reading

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Airport Thievery

Traveling this Labor Day? Here’s a perspective of an autistic Adult maneuving through the airport. “I was appalled by what the kiosk was directing me to do. How awful to have to steal a fellow passenger’s passport! I clutched onto my passport … Continue reading

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