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TOPIC 1: TOPIC 1: ASD in Perspective Mark Le Messurier, for
Seeing the world “If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away.” Henry David Thoreau 1854
Approved and endorsed by KidsMatter 3. To say goodbye Say goodbye as you leave Give friendly feedback 1. To greet Move a little closer, smile and look at them Offer a gentle handshake Say ‘hello’ and tell them your name Ask them a question 2. To receive their greeting Look at them and smile as well Move closer and return the handshake Answer their question. Ask about them. Remember their name.
“Quick! - copy this from the screen!” The task – when I say, ‘go’ is to copy what’s below, but you must substitute each vowel with sign
“There are many different ways of being in the world and being on the Autism Spectrum is one of them”
“What is it that makes us human?”
“As we accept the notion of ‘Beautiful People,’ being ‘Beautiful People’ and being in this together - homes, schools and communities become better places for everyone of us.”