Nando’s November Aspierations Meet Up

Nando’s November Aspierations Meet Up

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IMG_8345NandIMG_8343o’s November Aspierations Meet Up

On the 24th of November the Aspierations and Autieness FB group made their way from different corners of the UK to meet friends they had spoken to daily online.

IMG_8342IMG_8341Some had met face to face at previous meet ups, some hadn’t and the expressions of happiness plus the joy of the children playing was a wonderful sight to behold.

These friends are a support network and give each other strength in a world not always accepting of the neurological difference that is Autism.


IMG_8339IMG_8337Autism is what has touched these friends lives, why they met and the bonds that have grown from meeting online are intricate, essential and of great importance to all of us.

Nando’s in the O2 offered their hospitably by hosting a two hour free of charge meal for our parents, adults and children!
We were treated to four jumbo platters of peri peri chicken mild or spicy,  sides and unlimited soft drinks.

IMG_8309IMG_8307Nando’s turned the music down and did everything they could to make us feel welcome, we were given the middle floor with our own wonderfully helpful waiter with frozen yogurts for the children’s deserts.

To the wonderful manager and all the staff at Greenwich 02 Nando’s, you made a wonderful socialgathering possible and we fully enjoyed and appreciated it.

IMG_8305IMG_8307My thanks to Cathy Withnell and family, Therese Johnson and family, Laura Chase, Matthew Poutney, Bill Appleton, Simon Barnes, Teresa Lake and Paulina Majgier for attending and making the day so special.IMG_8286



Media Storm...

Media Storm…

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After all the months and months, years really of working hard against the horrors of MMS and other abusive treatments against autistics I am thrilled that after The Independent featured my work in an article that the article has been picked up by the wider press and published in quite a few different media sources.

This is wonderful for me but even more importantly it brings more public attention to the horrible things that are done to autistics in pursuit of a non-existent cure.

Here are some links to some of these articles.

The Original Article:


Others that have republished…



It is a real honour to have my work featured. Thanks to all my supporters and co-workers in this endeavour. Especially to Fiona O’leary.


Meltdown: The Aftershock

Meltdown: The Aftershock

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Meltdown: The Aftershock

Did you know that even though a meltdown has finished, the shock to the system can still affect the individual for days afterwards?

Let’s go through briefly what a meltdown is…

It’s a loss of control, an overwhelming feeling of rage that can envelope you to the point of no longer being aware what you are saying or doing.

A person in meltdown mode has hit the point of no return and full fight or flight mode has kicked in, a rush of adrenaline that for me manifests as pins and needles all over my face and butterflies in my stomach.

An individual may seem to target loved ones in this state with hurtful actions and words without consciously meaning to.

person-850800_1920This is because they feel safe to do so and are unknowingly confident the recipient will understand.

It can also be a feeling of devastation and overwhelming sorrow rendering thoughts of self harm and the belief the world would be a better place without you.

In this state the person is best left if possible to process, rage or cry it out and regulate.

Only restrain someone in this state if they are in danger of hurting themselves or another person.

Someone who has lost all conscious thought and is in this vulnerable state may bolt into the road or unknowingly endanger themselves or others, that’s the time to restrain.

There are cases where individuals seek comfort of pressure is a hug or a weighted blanket and want that reassurance, to find out, gently offer but do not be offended or take it personally if they do not want to be touched.

For me a touch in an angry meltdown feels like a shock and is intolerable.

A hug in a sorrowful one for me feels repulsive.

A meltdown can be due to frustration or rightful anger, and it may explode over something so seemingly trivial that all in the vicinity of it are baffled as to where it came from.

An autistic can hold things in all day, sometimes for weeks only to lose control over misplacing their keys, missing a phone call or inadvertently having a disagreement they had been avoiding.

The Aftershock.

Psychical symptoms may manifest as anxiety attacks, vomiting and diarrhoea.

A feeling of all over aching may also occur.

The individual may suffer sensory overload more easily triggered by  things they could normally tolerate to a degree.

Again adrenaline rushes and a shutdown type state of being to function but in a numb light headed mind space may occur.

earth-1023859_1920Also in this state a person may swing between tearful and resentful, towards themselves for having the meltdown with a sense of embarrassment that they could not hold back what they feel was an unreasonable response.

They may also, if they are empaths feel so much more then they would absorb from others normally.

Things that may help:

Do not attempt to debate a person in a meltdown state.

Do not tell them to stop, shut up or get a grip.

Walk away if possible.

Understand this is their issue not yours, depersonalise the meltdown.  

It’s not your fault unless you directly caused it and even then once it’s in flight all you can do is wait.

A warm drink for after if needed.

Listen quietly and be there for them afterwards as they may need hugs, weighted blanket and reassurance.

A meltdown is never intentional, please understand that.

Understand that a temper tantrum can lead into a meltdown, the difference being a tantrum is to invoke a  reaction from you whereas in a meltdown the person will no longer be aware of what you think or feel.

Loudly verbalising pacing up and down or repeating a phrase over and over are all good indicators of an incoming.

Lastly no one would want to feel this way,  please understand it’s not intentional.


Was Marilyn Monroe Autistic?

Was Marilyn Monroe Autistic?

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Was Marilyn Monroe Autistic?

Marilyn was born Norma Jean Mortenson and lived mostly in orphanages due to her mothers mental health problems.

She married aged 17 to a young man named Jim Dougherty, she enjoyed young married life and loved cooking peas and carrots together because of the colours! The marriage didn’t last as Jim  didn’t approve of his wife’s blossoming modelling career.

IMG_8182She came to the attention of a photographer during the war who came to photograph the women making  parachutes. She shone in that dismal setting and went on to model including her famous nudes which are still as striking now as they were then.

She began acting, her first role was in a film called “ Scudda Hoo Scudda Hay”  where her one word appearance of “hey!” was unfortunately cut.

She went on to appear in more including  We’re not married, Fireball,  Ladies of the chorus  and a stunning serious role in a film called “ Don’t bother to knock”.

Then the film which brought her firmly to the public eye, Asphalt Jungle .

After that followed such gems as  Gentleman Prefer Blondes, Bus Stop, Seven Year Itch and Niagara and Bus Stop.

During this time she had married twice more. Once to Baseball legend Joe Dimaggio who proved to be very possessive and later to Arthur Miller.

Marilyn was unable to have children due to recurrent miscarriages, she suffered from endometriosis.

The wonderful role of  The Prince And The Showgirl is one of my firm favourites as is Some Like It Hot.

The film Lets Make Love  where she was rumoured to have had an affair with co star Yves Montand put an irreparable hole in the Miller marriage and they divorced soon after completion.

Marilyn longed to take on a more serious role type and announced she had read and was interested in making The Brothers Koramazov, she was ridiculed by the press with one reporter asking if she could even spell it at the press conference.

Marilyn was plagued with insecurities, repetitive habits having to have bath after bath, was notoriously late on set and caused disruption with her constant fluffing of lines.

She appeared in her last film The Misfits, a serious role of a divorcee in Reno named Rosalie who meets Clark Gable and Eli Wallach and goes on what she believes to be a a break into the desert. She’s horrified to discover they are catching wild horses for dog food and screams “Killers! Murderers! Liars, all of you liars! Your only happy when you can see something die! Why don’t you kill yourselves and be happy?!”.

The audiences in cinemas were mostly shocked and nervous laughter followed that scene, the film did not do well.

An affair with the Robert and John Kennedy was to be the end of Marilyn. John refused to leave Jackie his wife and Marilyn threatened to expose all secrets to do with politics and other subjects she had heard about.

She had a press conference arranged to speak out and was in the middle of filming Something’s got to give .

Marilyn was discovered early hours of  August the 5th. She was discovered by Eunice Murray her housekeeper and was said to have died from an overdose of  sleeping pills.

She suffered from depression, but strangely enough there were no glasses of water in the room to have taken the large amount of barbiturates found in her system.

IMG_8181Jimmy Hoffa was said to have tapped her phones and the book Goddess The Secret Lives Of Marilyn Monroe by Anthony Summers explores this theory in great detail.  I read that book aged 8 and have had an intense interest in Marilyn ever since.

Marilyn is believed to have been Aspergers, she had poor hygiene often not changing clothes and was poor socially only completely at ease when in full make up, dazzling all in sight.

The famous mask so many autistic females need to function in society.

It often took her hours to leave the house and she would have great trouble memorising lines, she is said to have had a habit of blurting and a socially  inappropriate sense of humour.

She was shy, funny and desperately needed to find self worth.

Some Well-meaning advice…

Some Well-meaning advice…

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Well-meaning advice to an Autistic Child.


I sat up late one night to write the letter you are about to read. I should have gone to bed, but an impassioned plea from a Mother whose child was having difficulties at school with his peers prevented me from being able to sleep. The words “I hate it when I’m being autistic” made my eyes fill up, and I reacted with all the usual common sense of unregulated compulsion, out of a desire to ease the hurt that resonated in my own childhood memories.

It should be borne in mind that this letter is simplistic, and meant to be understood by an American 7 year old, though since sharing it on social media I have been thanked by people much older than this from different countries who have found a message for themselves or their own children within it.  It is presented exactly as it was written, and contains a couple of hints of what Autism means to me. It is loosely based on the talk I had with my own children a couple of years ago.  What’s important isn’t who wrote it, or the ripple in an espresso cup that it has caused amongst those I am proud to call my peers or the strokes my ego has received since I tentatively put it out there for others, but the feelings of the child it was addressed to, and the stolen sense of self-worth that I wanted however clumsily, to try and restore.  



Dear X

You’ve noticed that you’re different than most of the other kids in school.  You’ve noticed that the biggest difference is that most of the kids behave like buttheads towards you. Your Mom says that you hate yourself when you’re being Autistic. That makes me sad.

You were not being Autistic when you defended yourself against a bunch of bullies, you were being angry at being mistreated, and rightfully so. The choices you made when you reacted will be criticised by your teachers and many adults, but know that I am proud that you had the bravery to fight back.  The advice that I gave my children about that sort of thing might horrify your Mom, so I’m going to let her deal with that. I want to tell you some other stuff.

Being Autistic can be hard, especially when you’re a kid. All the noises, the way light hurts, how difficult it can be to pay attention to the things you need to in order to pass classes, or avoid fights. The way other kids make fun of you or call you stupid when you say something that’s perfectly correct, only they are not smart enough to understand why you said it, or what it means, or why you HAD to say it and couldn’t stop yourself. It can suck farts, pretty big time.

Here is something that is true. People will believe a lie. They will believe it because they are scared it’s true, or because they want it to be true.  Lots of everything that people who are not Autistic think they know about Autism is wrong, or lies. There are lots of very dull grown-up reasons for this. If you ask your Mom to get a book called Neurotribes and you read it together and talk about it, you will figure a lot of stuff out, because being Autistic can make you super-smart in lots of ways, even though you might feel super-stupid in lots of other ways until you get older.

I’m pretty old now (probably older than your mom!), and I didn’t know I was Autistic until my son was 3 years old, and I had all of the troubles you’re having, and more. If you have people that love you, that you can talk to, and will listen to you, you have a big advantage.  I had to figure out EVERYTHING all on my own!  (I didn’t even know I could wipe my butt without standing up until I was 28 years old!!)

Most people are scared of anyone who is different to them, or anyone they can’t understand, and they are not clever enough to realise this, so they make fun of the different people, or try to hurt them, because they don’t know any better.

I’m going to tell you some Autistic secrets. This is big Tribal Stuff, so your Mom has to swear to keep the secrets, and you have to remember to keep them inside yourself so the other kids don’t find out, because they will be angry if they do. (Because they can’t understand)

You can do things in your head that some people wouldn’t even understand the idea of. I’ll bet you can think really well in pictures, or in numbers. I’ll bet that you have ideas about things that are amazing, that no-one understands. This is part of what being Autistic ACTUALLY means.  I’ll bet there’s stuff that you’re really interested in, and know all about, that seems weird to other people.  There is NOTHING WRONG with this.  Without Autism, without the guy sitting on his own in the back of the cave wondering why one rock had sharp bits and another didn’t, we wouldn’t have cars, or bicycles, or skateboards, or electricity, or Pokemon, or Math. There wouldn’t be Art, or Science, there wouldn’t be TV or movies or anything fun or cool.  Everyone would still be eating nuts and berries and animals they could only cook if they found a fire made by lightning. (And chatting a lot about nothing!)

You can see things that other people will not, you can think about things in ways that other people cannot, you can feel and smell things that other people are unaware of, and you are part of a Tribe that doesn’t have any one colour or language and is spread across the whole world, a Tribe that is older than religion!  Another thing only the Tribe knows is that the PROPER spelling is AWEtistic.

I can’t lie to you (that’s against our rules) Until you are old enough to make your own decisions, a lot of life is going to be a humongous pain in the butt, but things like the uncontrollable anger, and the despair and misery that overwhelm you, they CAN be beaten and controlled.  It’s going to be really, really hard to learn some of this stuff, but with support you can do ANYTHING, seriously!  

I have a full life, and kids of my own and an incredible lady who is smarter than me who thinks I’m great and wants to marry me. I run my own business doing a job that I am one of the best at in my whole country, and I wouldn’t have been able to do this if I wasn’t Autistic.  Some of my life is really difficult, and I need to rest up more often than some people, but I always bounce back eventually.  Sometimes I’m sad, and I feel that more than other people, and sometimes I’m happy, and I feel THAT more than other people, too.  But I would never, ever change who I am, even if I had the choice.  I have an 11 year old son and an 8 year old daughter, who know that they are Awesome too. He likes computers (and Minecraft) and thinking about things like teleport theory, and she loves Art and Math and Archery, and wants to be a Veterinarian when she grows up.

Your Mom knows where to find some of us, and when you’re old enough so will you. We will ALWAYS help you to help yourself, we will ALWAYS be rooting for you, we will ALWAYS care about you and cheer for you when you achieve.  Even though we don’t know you, we love you almost as much as your Mom does because we all know EXACTLY how it is and how you feel right now.  Most of us have had the same problems, and the same struggles, and all of us are still learning how to People, every day.

Getting along with other people is kind of important later on, but not as important as getting along with yourself right now.  NEVER be ashamed of who and what you are, and try hard to learn how not to care about what other people think.  Autism is no excuse for slacking off, or behaving badly on purpose, but I promise you, as long as you do your best and try your hardest you need never ever be ashamed of failing – you can always try again when you are ready.

You keep on being you. Unless you get a chance to be Batman. It would be cool to be Batman….

Your Autistic friend


Emma Dalmayne – The Truth

Emma Dalmayne – The Truth

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Emma Dalmayne – The Truth


Emma Dalmayne is an Autistic woman, with 6 kids, all she feels are neurologically different.

Emma has the unique ability of being able to explain in amazing detail aspects of her autistic traits, coping mechanisms and how to manage life.  This incredible talent, along with her brilliant writing skills has helped countless parents, and therefore their autistic children manage traits and behaviours that aren’t always easy to work out.  She can explain meltdowns, sensory issues and social differences in the most helpful way.  Thankfully she uses this ability in a large and successful facebook group, with the help of some brilliant admin, with similiar views and values.  They vary from parents of autistic children, parents who are autistic themselves and also autistic adults without children.  The group is a very safe place for Autistic Adults too who benefit from the group immensly.


Her talent has taken her away from Facebook, where she has had countless publications in many autistic and special needs magazines and articles.  She educates people about the wrong assumptions about non verbal Autistic people lacking intelligence, the horrors of the Lovaas ABA therapy, and many techniques and ideas vital for parents and professionals alike.

Emma is a large contributor to the neurodiversity community.  She doesn’t believe a cure is ever needed for autism, with understanding and acceptance being the key.  She bans the topic from her Facebook group, and also for the autonomy of the member’s children she will never allow a parent to post a recording of their child having a meltdown.  Most parents are happy to learn from these rules, and many discover a more positive side to their kid’s diagnosis, which comes with a fresh understanding of behavioural issues and therefore the ability to work through any problems. That has always been the aim and drive for Emma and it works very well


We now await with anticipation for her first published book about being autistic and how to help autistic kids.

Even though Emma has 6 kids, and runs this successful Facebook group, she also devotes her time fighting harmful, unregulated and abusive Autism treatments

From posts she saw posted in her group, she was determined to help in our fight against the CD Protocol.  (MMS, aka bleach enemas)   Just like Fiona O’Leary, she was not afraid to go public, hound journalists and talk to Authorities.  She has made tremendous progress this way, and increased her fight to GCMAF, another Unauthorised treatment, and a few more that she is determined expose and protest against.   She has been on TV programs, helped with a BBC news report, been on radio shows and spoken publically at the Autism Show about the dangers of these treatments, especially MMS.show

One thing I also admire about Emma, is that, like Fiona, she has also been to ‘the dark side’, not conspiracy theories this time, but more to mothers of children who have administered these dangerous treatments on their children.  She, by no means finds this easy, it is very hard, but just like Fiona, her drive is to help the child, and will do anything she can to try and re-educate the parents.

Emma is very determined, passionate and  a great friend.  Just like Fiona, she will always have her critics, but, always also, doesn’t let that deter her.  Please also read my blog about Fiona if you haven’t already Fiona O’Leary – The Truth

Emma, like Fiona,  is making a huge difference in a lot of areas of the Autism Community.FIONA

Fiona and Emma are good friends, and work very well as a team.  Both with the same passion and determination for Autistic rights.

If you haven’t already, please follow their page Emma Dalmayne and Fiona Oleary Autistic Defense Unpaid 

Of course, I can’t end this blog without promoting Emma’s website Autisticatedalmayne 

Thank you Emma, for all you do xx


Lovaas Applied Behavioural Analysis

Lovaas Applied Behavioural Analysis

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Lovaas Applied Behavioural Analysis

An Autistic View

Therapies are calling themselves ABA in order to get paid by insurance companies that will only fund ABA.

So we have Feeding therapy, Play therapy and Music Therapy masquerading as ABA.

True ABA was invented by Lovaas who believed a harsh repetitive regime would force children to blend in with neurotypical society.

Parents are told as soon as their child is diagnosed as autistic that the automatic next step is ABA in the US and many other countries. Along with the Autism Speaks mentality of Autism being something to be feared and eradicated parents are keen to try helping their child to fit in with neurotypical peers in the mistaken belief that this is the only option.

In an attached interview by Paul Crane  with Lovaas he is quoted as saying he recommends spanking, screaming no, binding to beds, slapping and cracks round the ears.

“ After you hit a child, you can’t just get up and leave him, you are hooked to that kid.” Lovaas .

The damage inflicted and pain felt is palpable.

Shock treatment and withholding of basic human rights enforcing compliance has damaged many autistics who have been keen to be heard since childhood and ABA silenced their voices with a gag of ‘normality’.

So here you will read them along with a neurotypical point of view.

Monique Crane, Autistic.

“ABA is Dog training for autistics. Punishing behaviour NEVER aids learning, it works on the assumption that we (the autistic population) are wrong in the way we function, that we are less than human. Because we are valued as less than human we can be manipulated by medical professionals without our consent.

They can justify this because apparently teaching us how to appear ‘normal’ so we don’t embarrass those around us with our outlandish and unexpected behaviours is ‘in our best interest’. ABA is the outcome of a sick system that does not value our lives and our right to a different neurology”.

Brandy McBride, neurotypical.

“ He was diagnosed at 18 months. CMH said this was the only known therapy for autism and sent us to ABA….us being new to this we went….they put him with the best people while we were there at the beginning more like floor time play. After a couple weeks they didn’t want us parents in there…said we was distracting him.

Said we could watch him threw  the mirror….but they never put him in the room with the mirror so we could watch…..all we could do was listen to him begging for momma and crying and having non stop melt downs….teasing him with candy and then because he didn’t do it to the exact way they wanted him to do it they wouldn’t give it to him….they also used his cup as a “reinforcer” which just really upset me and him as as long as he was made to go there they would with hold fluids from him due to him not doing what they want him to do….they started this ignore thing with him….if he didn’t do what they asked they would turn their back on him and with hold attention from him. Now Damian had a horrible back ground with neglect from his bio parents so this just sent him over the edge. He went so far down hill while on ABA….he started biting himself and everyone else he was pulling his hair  out….as they only cared what he could physically do they didn’t care how they was mentally torturing him….the state wouldn’t let me take him out.

They forced us to continue something that was doing so much more damage than good…..i had multiple meetings and they just said i was a problem parent. . that i didn’t want him “better” in their words….once i went in and he was almost  naked…..their reasoning was he was messing with his clothes instead of listening so they took his clothes…..at that point i had had enough….and poor Damian….my heart broke for him….is last day their he ended up getting a concussion because “they gave him the option  to move and he choose not to move” in their words so they sat and watched him get trampled by a bunch of older kids….

ABA is nothing but child abuse and they are just out for more hours for more money….its not about the children and should be outlawed “.

Matthew Poutney, autistic.

“ ABA for many years as been as the “golden standard” of so called, autism intervention by the medical community and by the community of “autism parents”. This has not been helped by organisations like Autism speaks in the United states of America, which openly advocate for ABA treatment to be used on autistic children.

To explain what ABA is, watch the documentary “Black fish”. You may think; what does a documentary about killer whales in captivity have anything to do with ABA? Well, whales were and are still being used by theme park chains like Sea world to perform “tricks” to entertain an audience of people. They are “trained” to do this tricks out are outside of our natural capabilities. And what happens when the these wonderful creatures in an amusement park environment that is not build for them, and they are being forced one way or the other to perform stunts and tricks? They become scared. And because they are scared they lash out and become aggressive.

This is what happens when you force compliance on a living intelligent being and humans are no exception to this. The difference between ABA and whale training is that whale training is done in the name of “entertainment” and ABA is done in the name of “therapy”

ABA is largely based the psychological process of classical and operant conditioning, founded by famous faces of medical world like, pavlov (Yes, the guy who did the famous dog experiment).

And Lovass, the guy who invented, ABA therapy. Within the field of “compliance training” and ABA there as been a large history of unethical treatment such a electric shocks, withholding food and restraining. Sadly a lot of these methods are still used today to wean out “undesired behaviours” such as Stimming, not giving eye contact, playing with toys in the “incorrect” way. After the treatment, you child may look and act like a Neurotycial person, but in time, that child will “burnout” and/or lash out at others. Your child becomes a ticking time bomb.

The medical community will argue that ABA does work because there is a lot of evidence to support it. But the problem is this, the evidence only takes into consideration what the Neurotypical therapist is seeing, not on how the autistic child is feeling.

It only benefits the Neurotypcial person and the Neurotypcial society so that the autistic child will learn to pass off as a neurotypcial person. It does nothing to help the autistic when it comes to managing meltdowns and overloads, because ABA teaches that you must suppress these in order to be a “good boy” or “girl”.

People have gone on to develop metal health problems, such as depression, anxiety and PTSD as a result of ABA therapy. I can tell you that ABA is not the “golden standard” of autism intervention, if one exists. Love and acceptance from what I’ve heard is pretty good form of therapy!”.

Amanda Jane Hargreaves, autistic.

“ I wish to let other people who encounter autism in any shape or form within their lives (whether it is their own autism or that of someone else) be aware of the dangers of ABA therapy.

I have first hand experience of ABA.

My bedroom was stripped of all but one solitary mattress. The house I lived in had no central heating nor a fire within my bedroom. I wasn’t allowed a sheet or a blanket. Despite being completely toilet trained I would sometimes wet the bed as I was so cold and it was the only way I could think of to warm myself up.

I was clicker trained and the sound hurt my ears. I have major sensory issues and every time I did not make eye contact off went the clicker inflicting the terrible pain in my ears.

I started to get migraines from the stress of being forced to behave in a way that wasn’t natural to the point of feeling alien to me. I could not make sense of why they were doing this. I was told I had to obey and punished for asking why. I started to get worse migraines and to have fits due to all the actress of ABA as the so called therapy continued.

I started to have sleep issues as I became terrified of going to bed. I was cold and shivering lying there in the dark with not even my teddy bear collection to keep me company. Now a so called disability rights worker wants me to put my own daughter through the same torture. No thank you. Child abuse is illegal in this country and ABA should be placed under the abuse umbrella.

I have issues every single day of my life because of ABA. I have low self esteem and get taken advantage of so often I can hardly trust myself anymore. My mother was promised it would change me and it has. But not for the better.

It has stolen my self respect and I long for my pre ABA self back “.

Bill Appleton, autistic.

” I’m 43 and I’m still fucking angry and humiliated. Who the fuck was anyone to try and change who I am? All it did was leave me messed up when I could have been being productive and happy.”

Attached is the original interview with Lovaas and tapes that show the ABA that older autistics would have been subjected to.

Not a lot has changed even today with the way Lovaas methods are practised.

They are a crime against humanity, and as far as I can see a deprivation of identity.


Original Lovaas Journal Article

1974 Interview Psychology Today with Lovaas – Paul Chance

Early Interview with Dr Ivar Lovaas:

Lovaas Tapes:

Tape 1 Part 1:

Tape 1 Part 2:

Tape 2 Part 1

Tape 2 Part 2

TV Special on ABA

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