There is a chorus of “every murder should die” and “who cares if he’s a retard?” threads on most posts surrounding execution of developmentally disabled individuals, and… 283 more words
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Daniel Green’s first solo exhibition Days of Our Lives is currently on view through March 4th at Creativity Explored’s gallery in San Francisco’s Mission District. Green has shown previously at Southern Exposure, Jack Fischer Gallery, and in Create, a traveling exhibition curated by Lawrence Rinder, which originated at the Berkeley Art Museum. 643 more words
It can be hard for children affected by autism to enjoy holiday celebrations.
Many autistic children, like my son Jacob, have sensory issues. For Jacob, who is in kindergarten, crowds and loud music can trigger “sensory overload” — and a meltdown. 577 more words
We often see discussion about the use of employment or training courses as an outcome within employment service providers. Often the providers refer jobseekers to training organisations that they actually own, which stretches the bounds of ethical practice in terms of whose interests are they serving. 351 more words