Disabilities jargon: Sensory processing disorder

Aug 28, 18 Disabilities jargon: Sensory processing disorder

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From Pathfinders for Autism Sensory Processing Disorder What is Sensory Processing Disorder? Imagine if you couldn’t focus your eyes on your teacher because everything and everyone in the room catches your attention and your eyes just go there instead. Every time you tried to write with your pencil, it broke because you pushed too...

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Why Does Doing What I Love Make My Bipolar Worse?

Aug 25, 18 Why Does Doing What I Love Make My Bipolar Worse?

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Why Does Doing What I Love Make My Bipolar Worse? From BP Magazine Bipolar disorder is unfair.  We have to be so careful about everything. Get the right amount of sleep! Make sure you take your meds! Watch out for bad relationships! Find work that respects bipolar! I’m the one who is often giving this advice in my blogs and books....

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Wellness: The 8 dimensions of wellness

Jul 20, 18 Wellness: The 8 dimensions of wellness

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What is wellness I’m sure many of us heard the term wellness, but aren’t quite sure what that means. Sure, it means to be well but there’s much more to it. Wellness has many dimensions that can be described as the “quality or state of being healthy in mind and body.” Wellness, can also be described as...

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LGBTQ veteran suicide prevention and PTSD

Jul 13, 18 LGBTQ veteran suicide prevention and PTSD

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LGBTQ veteran suicide prevention Americas heroes and protectors come in many shades, sizes, and orientations. Americans who answer the call and join the armed forces deserve our respect, care, and understanding of their experiences defending the country and the constitution. Veterans Affairs released an article about LGBTQ veteran...

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Keeping the self in disability self-advocacy. It can sometimes be an act of sass!

Oct 31, 17 Keeping the self in disability self-advocacy. It can sometimes be an act of sass!

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Keeping the SELF in self-advocacy can sometimes be an act of sass A diagnosis of autism, or any other disability, does not prevent self-advocacy. Just like any teenager, Seth has moments where he needs to express himself. Any parent of disabled children knows this can often occur with creative and hilarious results. Let us share...

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