Pre Rain Man Autism

Figured out Autism is the next 1000 chapters in psychology. Once we learn the picture thoughts that happen during the lack of eye contact, normal thoughts result. We build on the work of Temple Grandin and we missed Rain Man 's curse. Autism Is BOTH mrdd and Einstein and even social functioning people

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Inventor of The Turing Motor a 70% efficient green triple hybird autstically designed car motor. There are at least 200 more Autisitc people like me, that function very well and modern autism will not own up to us. We connect MR/DD to Einstein and real life. We missed Rain Man's curse (thankfully) The Turing Motor is Green has no up and down moving parts and will get a reasonable car 90 MPG. It is the motor Ford and Mercedes would have built if they understood their own. It is Autistic Obession and splinter skills all figured out!

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Hand writing and Autism- Its on the Wall!

I found this article on the Web about autism and handwriting.. WELL DUH is all I have to say, Old Working autism had this figured out long before Rain Man- Dr Rimland's Autism reworked Autism for the worse. This explanation will be new news to the autism 'Experts' that know us so very well but, our OPTIC vison is OFF while we are thinking so we can't always see what we are writing. Most Autiistc people don't realize their OPTIC and brain generated vision is interchanged and much of the time during the lack of eye contact our optic vision is off. Tell that to the 'experts'. Didn't Temple Grandin Write a book called Thinking in Picutres? Now add our Pain tolerance in the mix and we end up holding the pen or pencil too hard and push on the paper too hard and by the time we do all that, we can't have good penmanship. Of course that is a sign of Horrible autism and a sure sign of defect and the defect is not us; it's you the normal thinker that knows us so well. In reality you don't have a clue to autism and will not own up to those of us that build on Temple's Work and take it to the reaches of normal thought. Of Course Autism Speaks and they claim its time to listen but in reality autism is over a barrell and contemporary autism is off on a tangent started by the late Saint Dr. Rimland who was not playing with a full deck of cards himself.

Autism really is the building blocks of the mind, the logical fitting explantion for all things autism and psychology but like those before me like Di Vinci, Turing and Einstein we can not 'out class' the ignorance of people at large. Rich Shull, on the Blog Pre Rain Man Autism

MONDAY, Nov. 9 (HealthDay News) -- Autistic children are more likely to have handwriting problems, including trouble forming letters, than those without autism, researchers say.

The new study included 28 children, aged 8 to 13. Half of the study participants had autism spectrum disorder, but all of the children scored within the normal range for perceptual reasoning on an IQ test.

The children were asked to copy a scrambled sentence -- "the brown jumped lazy fox quick dogs over" -- to eliminate any speed advantage for children who were more fluent readers.

Five categories were used to score the participants' handwriting: legibility, form, alignment, size and spacing. Half of the 14 children with autism earned less than 80 percent of the total possible points, compared with one of 14 children in the group without autism. Nine of the children with autism scored below 80 percent in the form category, compared with two of the children without autism, the researchers reported.

The overall handwriting quality was poorer in children with autism, but all of the children in both groups were able to align, space and size their letters equally well, the study authors noted in their report in the Nov. 10 issue of Neurology.

"Our results suggest that therapies targeting motor skills may help improve handwriting in children with autism, which is important for success in school and building self-esteem," study author Amy Bastian, of the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, said in a news release from the American Academy of Neurology. "Such therapies could include training of letter formation and general training of fine motor control to help improve the quality of their writing."

More information

The U.S. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke has more about autism.

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Blogger KateGladstone said...

The article about autism and handwriting (and all subsequent publicity quoting or "recycling" that article) has ignored the existence of at least one piece of handwriting improvement software designed by someone on the autism spectrum who self-remediated for the handwriting issues at age 24 (22 years ago, after the doctors and therapists called me "a fool" for trying to escape bad handwriting).

I co-designed that software (Better Letters, the personal handwriting trainer for the iPhone and iPodTouch) working with an MD who'd gotten frustrated about the equally poor handwriting of doctors (including himself!) and some other people.

If you want to see for yourself the software that is changing the way people think about the presumed "impossibility" of improving handwriting affected by anything from autism to a medical degre (joke) ... (info and download link) and (short video demo of the application.)

Kate Gladstone
Handwriting Repair/Handwriting That Works:

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Blogger Pre Rain Man Autism said...

From Rich

The ulitmate in autism issue based handwriting improvement for me was when I figured out the Autism thought process that shut off the true optic vision (could not see what I was writing for a few milliseconds) and when I learned to 'let go' of the pen as I was holding it too hard - due to the autism pain tolerance. Not seeing the letter I was writing as I could not see them in real time and then grinding the pen threw the paper or into the paper too much made for a mess.

Autism Hero Alan Turing (via The Enigma, book) had the same writing issues but he was using quill type pens of his era. Even the school teachers noted his horrible looking papers and awful pennmanship. I know for sure Alan had the Pain Tolerance as well as he ran races with out the runner's wall.

The Pain Tolerance effects everything autism from handwriting to major illness but yet this was the first item the late Dr Rimland the Rain Man guy forgot (on purpose?) about or never knew about and it is the one of the very key's to autism success that the best of current autism research will never discover / they have never walked a mile in our shoes or even care enough to talk to those of us the build On Temple Grandin's work. Shame on you Autism research! Rich Shull

9:26:00 AM  
Blogger emma said...

I've just had a revelation about left handedness!!!!! I went to Kate Gladstones site, saw a video about writing left handed, and now at the age of 42 have learned how I should be writing.............(we had a teacher who insisted the paper needed to be in line with the desk at school).

Maybe too late to change, but glad I popped by and read this.

Hope you are having a good Christmas season, best wishes :-)

2:49:00 AM  
Blogger KateGladstone said...

It isn't too late to change, as long as you can hold a pen: my first student (other than myself) was age 65.

11:49:00 AM  

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