Tag Archives: Donna Y. Ford

Mode 1.1 (an analysis of racist thought patterns)

Earlier today, we received a letter confirming an “occupational therapy” appointment, and apparently, we should be delighted, and yet, far from it, we are not, as it is simply another example of “professionals” operating through racist thought, however, what do … Continue reading

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Mensa Rejects

In order to qualify for Mensa, dubbed the high IQ society, you must be in the special 2%, which means, you score above 150, and yet, how are we to compare the pursuit or beauty with the pursuit of intelligence? … Continue reading

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Distinguishing Giftedness from Aspergers; will the DSM-5 help?

Originally posted on Autism & Oughtisms:
Image via Wikipedia There’s a fine line between giftedness and Aspergers. This thought-provoking and carefully considered article, explains to a certain extent how closely related the two can be (or more precisely, can seem…

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