Watford WD24
07984 449342
07984 449342 email@amandawellstherapy.com

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07984 449342
01923 219923

Watford, WD24

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11 hours ago


Great post on autism. Its so varied and unique to the individual, hence being called a spectrum, with overlap and duel diagnoses often together. I work with clients coming into the therapy room, who don't realise that they're level 1/high functioning autism/aspergers. Signs of autism aren't always the obvious lack of speech, massive meltdowns etc. They can be as simple as social, emotional and communication difficulties i.e. literal/rigid thinking. Because the world is more difficult to understand or navigate, it often comes with social anxiety.So many people still dont know what autism is...

Autism is a lifelong, developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them.

It doesn't just come from nowhere in children and go once they reach 16, It's a lifelong condition...

They don't have super powers
They arnt naughty
They don't all have learning disabilities
They arnt all amazing at maths

It's a spectrum condition because everybody with autism is effected differently, some children just have autism, some just have autism and sensory issues and some have a mixture of co-morbid conditions like autism with sensory processing, Tourettes syndrome and adhd...

When you meet one person with autism you have met one person with autism. You won't meet two people who are effected in the same way...

What can you do to help someone with autism?

Don't judge
Don't compare your child/adult to a child/adult with autism
Don't say "they don't look autistic" because this is a really dumb comment
Be respectful
Try to understand how it must be for a child/adult and offer support.

Let's accept these individuals and their families , let's show them it's ok to be different..

The majority don't want cures, just understanding and acceptance

#littletreasures #knowthefacts #autismawareness #teamquirky
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Do you want to improve your spoken English? Do you need help with improving your ability to have short conversations?

Come along to our Intermediate/Upper Intermediate ESOL class on Fridays 9.30am-11.30am to give YOU the confidence to use small talk and common idioms!

For more information on course dates or to enrol, visit us now at Watford Women's Centre!

#WatfordWomensCentre #IntermediateESOL #WatfordCourses
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Essential self care at the beautiful Earth Spirit shop in St Albans Road, book up because they get full super quick!Weekly groups 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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