Monthly Archives: November 2014

On Court Cases and a successful vaccine programme

This week was a good week. In 2009, South Africa introduced vaccination against pneumococcal diseases. Here are the money quotes: “The vaccine has been so successful it has reduced cases of pneumococcal disease in adults who were not immunised, due … Continue reading

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A bad week for vaccines, a dreadful one for autistics

Last week was bad. The best part of my week was work. I’m part of a team that’s working on a web-based HR Management system. The go-ahead for the release we tested has been given. Also good, I’ve been mentioned … Continue reading

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Autistics Speaking Day: skills every autistic should have

This is my post for Autistics Speaking Day. I realise I’m a bit late, but here goes anyway. There are things that each of us wishes we knew when we were younger. As an autistic, what did I wish I … Continue reading

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