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Living With an Autistic Child

BY ALEXANDRA HLADIK
@ VOL 20 ON NOV 20, 2013

Alexandra Hladik speaks on the unique things having an autistic son has brought to her life. Though living with an autistic child is anything but easy, Alexandra's son has taught her how to be inventive and how to find fun in the little things. 

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A Different Kind of Normal

BY MICHELLE SUTTON
@ VOL 10 ON NOV 21, 2014

How being a parent to Autistic children has changed her as a person and why she writes about it. Compelling communication. Follow Michelle Sutton's blog here:

http://michellesuttonwrites.blogspot.com.au/p/about-michelle.html

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A New Study Finds Update

BY ED MCGINLEY
@ VOL 7 ON JUN 30, 2015

Science professor Ed McGinley talks to us about the lack of science behind the accusations that vaccines cause autism. 

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Soft Interaction for Connectedness and Well-being

BY JINSIL (HWARYOUNG) SEO
@ VOL 6 ON MAR 01, 2016

Jinsil (Hwaryoung) Seo presents some of her interactive art research using soft/organic materials for children with autism and older adults. Her research focuses on promoting social/intergenerational connectedness and wellbeing.

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Giving Light and Hope

BY RASYIDAH SAMAH
@ VOL 7 ON MAR 26, 2016

Rasyidah Samah of Autism Advocacates Brunei promotes awareness (and thus, understanding) that Autism Spectrum Disorder is a challenge which is shared not just with the family of affected children, but also society. The path of advocacy can be a lonely one, which is why it is important to surround yourself with positive people.

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Crash Course in Autism

BY EMILY STEWART
@ VOL 3 ON MAY 05, 2016

Emily Stewart gives crash course in Autism. He also teaches history in New Bern, NC where she lives with her craft beer-loving husband, their son, a cat, and a dog.

  

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Autismo en Voz Alta

BY ISABELLA PAÚL
@ VOL 2 ON APR 28, 2016

Isabella Paul, madre de una niña con autismo, nos cuenta sobre su proyecto "Autismo en Voz Alta", una fundación sin fines de lucro que busca educar a personas con autismo, darles una oportunidad y atender a familias que tienen el autismo muy de cerca. 

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My Journey with Autism

BY MARIANNE HUNTER
@ VOL 11 ON MAY 06, 2016

Marianne Hunter collaborated with Callyn Dorval on a series of illustrations and social media posts to let us into her world and to see things through the lens of autism. She takes us through her journey and challenges and how she has come to realize that different is ok and good. 

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Autism and Art

BY MISOUDA HEUANGSOUKKHOUN
@ VOL 5 ON MAR 02, 2017

Misouda Heuangsoukkhoun, the artist, the social worker and the passionate woman found a great way to combine what feeds her life for the benefit of children with autism in Laos. She shares with us her passions and her commitment to a young boy with autism, letting us enter their working space. Step by step  we follow the boy’s artistic skills and drawings blooming under her wings. 

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Autism to Activist

BY NINO ERBA
@ VOL 8 ON MAR 30, 2017

Nino Erba teaches us that circumstances and world events can be overcome to pursue a calling of activism that can be done in any way. With humor, passion, and a brief overview of his current focus on conversion therapy, Nino provides a crackling presentation that should inspire others to do the same.

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PechaKucha Bermuda Volume 20

The 20th edition of PechaKucha Night Bermuda is scheduled for this Thursday, August 24th, with food available and doors opening at 7:00 PM, and presentations beginning at 8:00 PM outdoors on the dock at Blue Water Anglers Club on East Broadway in Hamilton. An eclectic line up of eight presenters have been organised to present a broad spectrum of unique topics. The format of PechaKucha is called “20×20” where 20 images are projected on a screen, each for 20 seconds, while a presenter talks along with the images.   The presentation is automated, so slides transition regardless of the presenter completing the slide or not. The format ensures that presentations are concise and people often describes them as TED talks on speed.   Presenters will include James Cooper, with "Bananas in Art," a shortened version of a show that he presented at the National Gallery of Jamaica. It's 'about' bananas, but also about the grey area between online art and art shown in real physical space. He intends to discuss the importance of art and artists exploring the irrational and the illogical in our reasoned corporate age.    For the first time, 14 year old Yassine Chentouf will present at PechaKucha on Thursday. He will discuss the ancient mythologies of Greek and Egyptian culture and their lasting effect on our Modern World.   Sara Westhead, a blogger, librarian, teacher, mother and a woman of many trades and experience, will be sharing her experience dealing with High Functioning Autism and what she has learned from it.     Cushi Ming will present what he has learned from his relationships, while Christian Chin-Gurret will speak about Reality vs Expectations of University,  and Nikki Fagan will present on "The Mother of Invention."   Christopher Faria will highlight his experience with the Grow Biointensive method of farming and gardening in Bermuda, and Crystal Clay will talk about building strength based communities.   PechaKucha Night Bermuda in Bermuda was started in 2012 by Nicky Gurret and Aideen Ratteray Pryse, and is now organised by volunteers Alba Fernandez, Kimberley Moore, Tiffany Paynter, Najib Chentouf, Stratton Hatfield and Hannah Collins.   PechaKucha Nights involve a variety of people presenting their out-of-the-box creative ideas on any topic of their choice for everyone to enjoy, think about, laugh at and, maybe, be inspired by. The event is free and open to the public while donations are accepted to give back to the hosting club and buy drinks for the presenters. There will be food for sale in addition to drinks from the bar. Attendees are asked to bring their own reusable cups to help reduce plastic waste.   Come one, come all, and be inspired by people thinking and doing different things in Bermuda. PechaKucha is hosted four times a year, every three months and if you are interested in presenting at the next event, please contact Alba Fernandez at albaytal@hotmail.com.     Topics and presenters for the 20th Edition are:   Christopher Faria - Grow Biointensive Bermuda Yassine Chentouf - Mythology and its Impact on our Modern World Christian Chin-Gurret - Reality vs Expectations of University Sara Westhead - What I've Learned About High Functioning Autism Nikki Fagan - The Mother of Invention Cushi Ming - Eighteen Meditations Crystal Clay - Building Strength Based Communities James Cooper - Bananas in Art   For more information visit https://www.pechakucha.org/cities/bermuda and follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PechaKuchaNightBermuda and Twitter @PechaKuchaBDA