The "New Funny Business of Old Working Autism"
"Dismal Results of the Experts"
From An Email
"There is speculation that as many as 1 in 150 children may now be
affected by one of the conditions diagnosed on the autistic spectrum
so information aimed at the person who has no knowledge about this
condition is timely - autism for dummy readers out there. Please don't
take offense at the "autism for dummy" reference. It's merely to
exemplify how out of touch most of us are with this widespread
condition. Read on to learn more about autism."
[from Rich, Autism Today is a big Buzzword and often times 'Experts' of some type with the wrong end of the stick have made it the big problem it never was. Since Autism went designer the once figured out odd strange kids with the late developing social skills are now never allowed to live and try life discover their splinter skills and find their fit in the world. If we (older non admitted to Autisitcs) were allowed in the "Autism Easter parade" suddenly autism would not be the be the designer helpless condition but rather the link between MR/DD and Einstein. Autism is the building block of the mind!]
"The first autism for dummy fact is that autism tends to manifest at
some stage during the first three years of life with no single cause
yet having been identified."
[ Well, at least this part of the old crypto -sensitive Autism guidelines remain, they were probably the only ones the modern autism experts liked? Many others were just too far out in left field for any normal thinker (including the Autism Experts) to realize as the odd but strange truth to a never in print before human thought process, that eventually yields normal thought just like you use. ]
"The autism for dummy message here is that autism affects every
sufferer differently. Indeed, as already indicated, there is a range
of different autistic conditions that may be diagnosed. Some of the
characteristics of autism, are as follows:A need for sameness and
[ At one time we got over this , but so much for real life experience. Gone are the days when we were odd strange kids and no one was there to call us Autistic - it was not even diagnosable unless it was severe. Gone are the days when our Parents and teachers discovered our splinter skills and pulled us out of our "cave" Gone are the days when school was really school and STRICT discipline went miles in making us over come our naturally poor autism behaviors]
"A dislike of change to circumstances or routine Showing
inappropriate emotional responses - or no emotional response at
[Yes we even got over that as well! ]
"Difficulty relating to others which leads to an air of
"Little or no eye contact"
[ Autism is a DIFFERENT NEVER IN PRINT BEFORE human thought process that in so many words is daydream thinking. Our OPTIC and brain generated vision is interchanged and when we are looking at brain generated images (daydreams as you would know them) our OPTIC vision is OFF> Thus we can't see you to do learn read or do body language among other things. Once we learn picture -in-picture thoughts a few steps above what Autistic author Temple Grandin wrote about we can do more normal thoughts and keep eye contact . We ARE programmed to think in pictures (daydreams) and once we learn the autism picture thoughts NORMAL thoughts like you use are the result. Normal Autism Thoughts that are building blocks of the mind have never graced a psychology book yet and all the "experts" miss every chance in the world to discover our blueprinted success. ]
No real awareness of danger....
[ Well Gee,,, Our OPTIC vision is often OFF and even our hearing is OFF when we are picture thinking (many times) Don't worry our super keen hearing like that of a blind person will wake us up in time to keep from being ran over. While this used to be common knowledge and a key point to autism today it is a excuse to prescribe a pill to calm us down.- so much for autism research? ] Rich SHull on the blog Pre Rain Man Autism
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