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  1. Jenisautistic

    I am so grateful and blessed

    Hi everyone, I just wanted to state that I am very happy in my new program within the ARC. We are learning job skills and doing volunteering and internships. I feel so happy and blessed to be a part of it
  2. Chris Russell

    Anyone familar with Transactional Analysis?

    Transactional Analysis has always interested me, since I read Eric Berne's book: "The Games People Play" years ago... Recently, after helping a friend out with a presentation of the subject, I found myself accompanying a therapist who is running some courses in the UK with a new take of TA -...
  3. StephF

    Training NT's

    I am a member of my amateur radio club (radio hams) and I do most of the training. It isn't always easy to put across complex technical matters to NT's because a lot of the time they don't quite get me, having said that I have a good pass rate so I guess I must be doing something right. I find...
  4. Ylva

    Scientists believe assigning point-of-view to lifeless objects morally superior

    http://psychcentral.com/news/2015/12/28/brain-imaging-shows-why-kids-with-autism-have-social-difficulties/96868 They also believe in training. Obviously not written by me.
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