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How about checking facts for authenticity before speaking?

I wasn't sure whether to share this or not because I was worried about adding fuel to the fire but it is on the BBC news site. How can a person in office, who is on a child's services scrutiny committee, not scrutinise her own facts? She used a really small study that fit to her arguments rather than doing proper research. I am not sure she meant to suggest that this is a link between autism diagnoses and poor parenting skills but that is how it came across.


If she would like to attend a workshop or Solihull Council would like some Autism training, I would be happy to do some! Just reach out. ;o)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-58678201

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