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Denver. May 25-29, 2017. The Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) annual convention officially "approves" extremely painful Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) electric skin shock torture once again, after autistic advocates have told them year after year they must stop approving it. Is all ABA deaf, dumb, and blind?

https://rewardandconsent.blogspot.com/2017/05/like-predictable-clockwork-orange-ass.html

Hello: 
As we all know, cooperation is a vital key to progress, particularly in a field as important and precious as children with special needs. Having said this, allow me to thank you for taking time to read the following, and hopefully participate in my work. I am an architect currently working on my master thesis at Cairo University-Faculty of Engineering; My research dissertation is discussing the design principles for learning environment of autistic children. In my work I have noticed many guidelines and specifications for the physically and even the sensory challenged, yet sadly little or even no work has been done for developmentally challenged individuals like those with autism. The objective of my research is to hopefully begin to bridge this gap and provide assistance for autistic individuals to live more comfortably in and with their environments. This, hopefully, shall be achieved through the formulation of a group of design guidelines aimed at helping achieve comfort as well as skill development for children with autism. 
In order to successfully carry out this important and difficult task I need the help of those blessed to be in contact with the autistic community. 
Below you shall find a questionnaire link aimed at creating the dialogue needed for such cooperation. I hope you can find the time to fill it. 
Thank you for your help. 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YbJ4k-pfCg3YdqoJp6-3o-hxAI_OCZ3GPUrDsbo5kdw/edit?usp=sharing

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Tonight's blog might be a little controversial ... If you are not a boy with autism...

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A short bio of my journey through pain, confusion and depression to finally having some answers as to what and why.

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This is an amazing #socialskills game for young #kids, people on the #autism spectrum, #adhd and so many others. Our family lives this game!

Hello, my name is Iliana. I am a college student majoring in special education. I really want to work with Autistic children when I graduate and would love to learn as much as I can. I have learned so much from talking to and reading books by parents of Autistic children. I would love to learn as much as I can about how it really impacts the families.
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