Please find this article published on the CBC news site on February 25, 2013 – Winnipeg teen with autism communicates through art
Category: Celebrating Abilities
Nine-year-old tells school what it’s like to live with autism Please see this story of Aiden Allen and him telling his story of autism, celebrating who he is and his abilities.
A snug vest has been created by a young entrepreneur here in Canada. She has incorporated the desire for many autistics to feel deep pressure, such as a firm hug, or hold. An article in the Vancouver Sun from January 20, 2013 discusses this new innovation.
President of AMI, Charlene Walberg, and board member Bryan Kehler, participated in an interview with the Winnipeg Free Press about Asperger Syndrome, the changing definition and how a diagnosis can help make sense of things. Also interviewed is 11 year old Gavin Walberg, about how he navigates the neuro-typical world. Please see the article [...]
Bev Larmour was a founding member of AMI in 2004, as well as serving on our board and serving as president. She was the recipient of the Diamond Jubilee Medal on January 3, 2013 for her work with AMI. We would like to extend our congratulations to Bev, as well as offer our heartfelt thanks for all [...]
Asperger Manitoba Inc. is presenting an exciting workshop that will lead to the development of a graphic novel created by the young members of our community. I Am My Own Hero AMI is thrilled to partner with local Graphic Novelist and winner of the Manitoba Young Writers Award at 15, and the Manitoba Book Award [...]
From the Winter 2011 Edition of the Torch, River East Transcona School Division Award-winning inclusive education Congratulations to Dawna Hales-Massé, a teacher at École Margaret-Underhill, and Marjorie Millman, former principal at emu and now principal at Salisbury Morse Place school. Ms. Hales-Massé and Ms. Millman were chosen as recipients of the President’s Award for Inclusion [...]
Asperger Manitoba Inc. would like to recognize how Manitobans are becoming more inclusive and accessible because the voice of individuals with Asperger Syndrome are being supported and heard. We would like to recognize individuals with Asperger Syndrome and community members who work with individuals with Asperger Syndrome in celebrating abilities. To submit something to be [...]
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