Biases and how to avoid building the next stereotype

Biases and how to avoid building the next stereotype A history of bias building Donald Gray Triplett, the first person to be diagnosed as Autistic by Leo Kanner turned 77 in 2010. This was as recorded in the Oct 2010 issue of The Atlantic, ‘Autism’s First Child’. He is 87 this year. Leo Kanner came […]

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Getting Lost in Stories

Getting Lost in Stories Reading has been my haven for some time now. I get lost in the stories. To me there are few things more enjoyable than a book that you do not want to end. I cannot begin to tell you how my life has changed for the better now that books are […]

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A Relish for Research:

A Relish for Research:  Meet the Researchers from the Motormorphosis 2020 Picnic   Change! Nonspeaking, minimally speaking and unreliably speaking individuals are on a transformative quest to synchronize mind and motor. Starting with the development of the motor skills to spell and building to whole body, purposeful movement, this epic transformation can be described as […]

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You Go to Learn Mountains

You Go to Learn Mountains  Please try to get that the nothing is the birth of the new world that you get to create going to the mother who is asking you to just dare to kill the old ways that you get stuck in yes yes – please try to go to the gut […]

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Feeling the Love

Feeling the Love: Brain Science is Relationship Science!   Whether you are a speller, parent, professional, family member, or friend, in the world of spelling to communicate, we can all agree on one thing: a supportive relationship ranks high on the list when achieving your goals on and off the boards. We all benefit from […]

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The ABC of S2C = AAC!

The ABC of S2C = AAC! Did you know that here in the US we have a national position regarding disability?  It’s true, and actually we’re not alone.  Most of the 150+ countries who are members of the World Health Organization do as well.1  Thankfully the United States has publicly confirmed our position in the […]

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Growth Mindset

Posted By on Nov 11, 2019 in Research

Changing Our Brains: How Cultivating a Growth Mindset Builds Resiliency Have you ever stopped to notice your inner dialogue when you’ve been struggling for a while with a difficult task or problem? What messages do you unconsciously start telling yourself when success evades you despite putting forth your best effort? According to renowned Stanford Psychologist, […]

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