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Dance to the beat of your own drum, because when you dance to your own rhythm, life taps its toes to your beat.” Kandregula Chandhu Sai Raja By Helen Wallace-IlesToday I’m shining a light on a truly inspirational club, aptly named ‘Inspiration Drum Line’. It’s a drumming group for children …
29.05.2019 · From The Art of Autism
Atypical is streaming on Netflix. By Helen Wallace-Iles ***  Spoiler Free *** When Netflix announced their new series, Atypical, about an everyday family living with a teenage son on the autism spectrum, I was interested to see how they’d handle the subject. After watching the trailer though, I…
22.10.2018 · From The Art of Autism
By Helen Wallace-Iles I was recently introduced to the amazing work of a young autistic man called Chris Baker – a self-taught pencil artist from Cardiff, South Wales, UK. I found his art truly inspiring and decided to find out more. What I discovered was the story of an ordinary family whose …
19.09.2018 · From The Art of Autism
Helen Wallace-Iles explains different types of empathy and dispels myths about autism and empathy. By Helen Wallace-Iles So many of the general public believe that autistic people don’t feel empathy towards others, so this post is designed to help set the record straight. First of all, what is empat…
07.08.2018 · From The Art of Autism
By Helen Wallace-Iles When you have a child, there’s something nobody tells you: suddenly your first priority becomes another person’s needs instead of your own, and this can take a lot of getting used to. Then comes the twist: as soon as you’ve adjusted to them being totally dependent on you, you h…
11.06.2018 · From The Art of Autism
An Autistic woman reviews a movie about an Autistic woman by Helen Wallace-Iles Please Stand By is the story of one autistic woman’s journey towards independence and follows her on an adventure with the sort of highs and lows we can all relate to. Played by the brilliant Dakota Fanning, our heroine …
08.02.2018 · From The Art of Autism