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Kaiko Fidgets

Kaiko Fidgets is a small business run by 13 year old Kai who is both Dyslexic and on the Autism Spectrum. Kai used to make his own fidgets to help him cope in school however since discovering that these fidgets could help others like him he has begun to make and sell these fidgets. These fidgets are unique as they are made from bike chains and also are suitable for adults just as much as they are for kids. The Fidgets come in many different designs and colours and can all fit in your pocket.

We are pleased to announce that our friends at Kaiko Fidgets are now offering our users a 10% discount on their products! All you need to do is use the code “awetism” at checkout and your order will be on it’s way!


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The Parenting Spectrum

You’re invited into the home of Fiona and Travis, and their son Patch as they discover what an autism diagnosis means and what happens next.

It's the podcast Fiona and Travis needed when Patch was first diagnosed.

They’ll explore issues including safety, lack of sleep, finding the right school, and how to help your child embrace their identity and prepare for adulthood.

This Australian family gains insight and understanding from autistic people worldwide as well as parents and professionals.

If you're one of the millions of people globally with an autistic family member The Parenting Spectrum is your guide, your community and your support network.


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Awe In Autism

Awe In Autism is a website filled with inspiring personal stories of people on the autism spectrum and their families.


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Actually Autistic Blogs

Actually Autistic Blogs is a list of blogs written by people on the Autism Spectrum. their goal is to assemble the most complete possible list of Autistic blogs.


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Amaze

Amaze is the peak body for people on the autism spectrum and their supporters in Victoria.

Amaze raises awareness and influences positive change for people on the autism spectrum and their families/supporters and provides independent, credible information and resources to individuals, families, professionals, government and the wider community.


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Youth Disability Advocacy Service

The Youth Disability Advocacy Service (YDAS) is a state-wide advocacyservice for young people with disabilities in Victoria. YDAS is the only advocacy service in Australia which exists specifically to work directly with young people with disabilities to achieve their human rights.


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Victorian Student Representative Council

The Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC) is the peak body representing school aged students in Victoria.  their visions is a student-focused education system that enhances young people’s capacity to change the world.


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Autistic not Weird

Autistic not weird is a blog written by Chris Bonnello a former teacher in both mainstream and special education in the U.K who is also on the Autism Spectrum.


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Autism Actually

Autism Actually is a consultancy and mentoring business based in Victoria, Australia, that provides workshops and presentations on Autism in Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary settings. Autism Actually aims to instil a positive mindset in, Autism individuals, parents, and staff members about Autism through accepting and embracing the Autism and empowering Autistic individuals to follow their passions and recognise their full potential.


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As I Am.ie

AsIAm.ie aims to provide a one-stop-shop for the Autism community in Ireland. From providing the public and those with the condition a portal of information about Autism, to providing a platform for people affected by Autism to share their stories and views, to providing a strong voice for the concerns of the community – AsIAm.ie has it all!


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