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Pride Month

June is Pride Month and ASO is excited to celebrate! During this year’s Pride Month many people are asking about the relationship that people with Autism share with the L.G.B.T.Q. community. Recent studies have shown that people on the Autism Spectrum are three to six...

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As Sean Sees It: Playground Challenges

I was diagnosed with level one autism late in life at the age of thirty-two. After my own diagnosis I reached out to my family because many of my siblings have similar behaviours to my own and after all was said and done it turned out that all of my siblings, my...

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Raising a Child with Autism: Interview with a Parent

Raising a Child with Autism: Interview with a Parent

1.What were some of the things you noticed in Jason that prompted you to have him screened? After Jase was six months old, we began to see delays in his meeting developmental milestones. The most prominent was Jason’s limited to non-existent words. We told ourselves...

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As Sean Sees It: Autistic Nutrition

I have been a martial arts coach for several years. I really got into martial arts because it appealed to me as an individual and it really helped me to manage life as a man on the Autism Spectrum. I am very hypo sensitive, my threshold for pain and discomfort are...

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As Sean Sees It: Interview with a Parent: Dana

Following my interview with Ben, I had a chance to sit down with his parent Dana and get their take on parenting a child on the spectrum while being on the spectrum themselves. S) As a parent of an autistic child that discovered your own autism after your child’s...

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As Sean Sees It: Interview with Ben

I had the pleasure to sit down with Ben and get a look inside his life and experience on the spectrum! S) How old were you when you learned that you were on the Autism spectrum? B) I was thirteen years of age when I got diagnosed officially but I think my parents were...

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As Sean Sees It: Brain H.Q.

I was diagnosed as level one autistic when I was thirty-two years old while I was in therapy for P.T.S.D. It came as something of a shock, no one in my social circle had ever said they felt I did anything that would have led them to think of me as a man with autism....

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As Sean Sees It: Be Divergent!

I was diagnosed as level one autistic when I turned thirty-two years old. Odd as that may sound I know a significant amount of people that have been diagnosed this late in life. Maybe it’s a generational thing, the “depression” generation and the generations before it...

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Growing Up with Autism

Growing Up with Autism

Once you know me, it does not take long before you know I have a brother, whose name is Jason.  He is one of my best friends, a hilarious guy and a large part of my daily life.  We love cooking together and going out for meals, spending Friday nights at the...

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