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March 3rd, 2010

How to Book Sally

…results that both myself and others are feeling with working with Sally is truly amazing and all credit goes to her with her natural way of improving people’s lives Jan Sorrensen, TKTN Gold Coast Branch Manager   Since September 2013 I have had Tapping Sessions with Sally and WOW what a change it has make in my business and personal life. Debbie Majella Nolan Formulator and Founder of The…

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June 14th, 2013


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February 12th, 2011

If you have a child with Asperger’s …. you have to watch this!

Introducing James Durbin, a 21 year old man from San Francisco who has been diagnosed with Asperger’s and Tourette’s Syndrome. He was the last contestant to appear on the recent American Idol auditions. It takes a long time to get to the point that this young man has got to, and in his pre-audition interview James gave an insight into what life has been like for him. Then half way through the interview he says “I was diagnosed…


March 25th, 2010

Bullying – Making Your Child Bully-proof!

…n their bedroom! Check their mobile phones,Face book and MSN – regularly. If your child is under the age of 18 they do not have the right to privacy but you have the right to check if they are safe! Best of all, ensure computers are out in the open, either in a commonly used area of the house or somewhere where you can monitor their computer behaviour. Talk to them often about appropriate use of texting and MSN. Don’t assume that because…


July 6th, 2013

Asperger’s and Cyberbulling -Tips to Help Keep your Child Safe

…m, without the added issues of having to understand body-language or be stressed with extraneous noise.   However, it can also be thwart with potential danger, as some young people do not extend the normal courtesies of compassion and understanding to their computer screen. Many people seem at a loss to truly understand what is cyberbullying and its consequences because it is a relatively new concept that our children have to face….

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February 19th, 2010


…ently and Surviving Stress. In 1997 her then 12 year old son David was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. The subsequent challenges and difficulties required a change in direction for her, and for the family. In 2000, Sally commenced a new career as the Director of Community Relations for a Queensland Independent school, a position she held for ten years. During that time, she served as the Vice President of ADAPE Queensland (Association of…

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February 8th, 2010


…e with 90% of participants evaluating her presentation in the high or very high category, with comments such as Sally was empowering, having a regular person with a story challenged the way I do my practice. I would highly recommend Sally as a welcome addition to your next event. Sincerely, Brian Day, Conference Chair I cried on the plane reading David’s Gift. Nearly finished. Great moments you shared and having your insight and your…

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February 8th, 2010


…Contact the Author:  Sally Thibault Email: Phone:  Within Australia (07) 5641 0303    Contact the Publisher of David’s Gift: Wisemothers Publishing P O Box 1622 Oxenford, Queensland Australia 4209 Email:   You can contact me by email or use the form below.  Name Email Subject Enter text here…

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February 17th, 2013

Privacy Policy

…personal information collected; including personal information collected through their website at Wise Mothers Publishing realises the importance of ensuring that personal information held by the company is treated confidentially and is committed to ensuring that all personal information is only collected, disclosed, used and stored in accordance with the National Privacy Principles set out under the federal Privacy…

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April 8th, 2011

Living with Autism …. Kris’ Story

…ners) – “Why are you so fat”? We nearly died and fell off our chairs and apologised on his behalf. Tim didn’t understand why he was in trouble – “but she is fat”. Social etiquette is completely missing in him, he tells it as he sees it. He is completely honest. He can’t lie. He tells me now that he’d like to lie to get out of something, ‘cos that’s what the boys at school do. But he…

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March 7th, 2011

Asperger’s, Autism and Judgement

…nted singer he and his girlfriend have been struggling financially to make ends meet. So while his whole life he has had to deal with the judgments of others, now, while he seems to be gaining a great deal of momentum in the competition, he is also facing another challenge, from those who are questioning if he is using the Autism diagnosis to gain sympathy or worse still – that he doesn’t have Asperger’s at all! James has…


June 17th, 2013

Bullying Video Series

Welcome to the sneak peak at the Members Page  for the  Aspergers & Bullyng Video Series On this page you will find all the videos in the Aspergers & Bullying series. To watch a video you need to pay for access – go here for access. Videos will play in their current size and place and you can also expand it to watch it full screen. Videos are constantly being added to this collection while it is under construction…

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May 31st, 2013

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July 2nd, 2012

Wise Mothers – Sally’s New Book

…new something was very wrong. There was a difference between parenting my eldest two children and my youngest. I wondered if social media had something to do with it and began researching to find some answers” “I spent almost 18 months researching all sorts of teen issues; Cyber-bullying, binge-drinking, early sexualisation and at-risk behaviours trying to figure out why these issues seemed so prevalent. At 5am one morning the pieces suddenly…

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November 26th, 2010

The Autism Spectrum Guide to Surviving Christmas!

…s of media focus on materialism, the weather, the lack of structure can make a difference on how (name) reacts to any situation. 1. When we arrive at your place, please don’t be offended if (name) wants to wait in the car or completely ignores your welcome. He/She is just surveying the ‘territory’. It would be great if we could identify a place for him/her to retreat if the stress becomes too great. 2. When we are seated at the table, can we…


June 28th, 2013

#1 Issue Most People Miss with Bullying & Aspergers!

…s work with children living with Aspergers and Autism about  Bullying,  Cyber-Bullying and how to teach Bully-resilience. It was not until I recently, went through an experience myself, that I realised that when it comes to Bullying, most people are missing one critical issue, that if not dealt with will impact on the bullied child their entire lives … and for children on the autism spectrum even more so. Click here for to find…

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March 21st, 2013


…ow show that 87% of children on the spectrum are bullied.  This sad fact is addressed in a new book by Sally Thibault and shows parents how they can help their child on the Autism Spectrum or living with Aspergers, to become bully resilient for school and … for life. The good news for parents, carers and school teachers is that there is something that you can do. In this cutting edge book, Sally Thibault brings the combination of her…

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March 21st, 2011

Fiona’s experience with Asperger’s

…amilies who are traveling very similar Autism and Asperger’s syndrome journey’s. I just love hearing their stories, and I know that in hearing others’ stories we can learn so much from them. This week, I am commencing a special ‘guest blogger’ spot, where I will feature an article from a reader who maybe a parent, a teacher or somebody who is working in the field of Autism and Asperger’s syndrome. I have asked…


January 10th, 2011

Beginning the 13 year long Marathon..Helping your ASD child get ready for School

…sts them. Don’t get caught up on the ‘academic’ race, it really is not that essential to success. What is essential to success is that your child becomes a confident, capable person who has the ability to become very, very good in a particular area. 5. Ignore competitive, judgmental parents. The greatest mistake any marathon runner can make is to try and run somebody else’s race, but competition from others often makes…

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October 16th, 2012

Asperger’s Syndrome – A Diagnosis For Life!

…their son with all their hearts, and this incident must be very emotional for all concerned. From all of us at David’s Gift, we send them our love and thoughts at what must be a very difficult time.   Do you find that people make assumptions about your child and they way they act? If so, leave…

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