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Cat, Table, and Overload: I have to share this before I die of cuteness overload. My cat in a basket that's under a table. Oh, and he's sticking his tongue out.

I have to share this before I die of cuteness overload. My cat in a basket that's under a table. Oh, and he's sticking his tongue out.

Animals, Community, and Disappointed: Nicolas Steenhout @vavroonm I was not going to get involv -d because so many people .ave jumped oi. the band wa,on. But it pisses me off. Warring: Rant coming on! THIS POST IS NOT TRUE #servicedog Traducir del inglr Melissa ope @lissalet If a sNice dog without a peron approaches you, it ans the person is down nd in need of help Don't get scared, don't get annoyed, follow the dog! ad been an emeraency situation, L could have hailfrenchie: astraltailwags: par-vollen: Hi, there is this post attempting to discredit another tumblr post going around. What Nicolas Steenhout is saying is merely his opinion rather than the law and in some instances he is outright lying. This misinformation spreading about service dogs has the potential to harm many service dog teams who may be accused of being fakes. Just to note this is about service dogs in the USA only. @mariagvogel. This isn’t to single you out, just that you’re the person who cross posted this from twitter and that you mentioned not having enough knowledge on service dogs to form a proper opinion. I’d first like to address the lies of Steenhout’s posts. @lumpatronics is a grown woman, not a teenager, and is working with a professional dog trainer. When the incident took place lumpatronics was in a grocery store when she tripped and dropped Raider’s (her service dog) leash. Raider was found an aisle over, not 2 blocks away, and was not pawing the woman. Raider is still working as a service dog and was never deemed inappropriate as a service dog (doh!). With that out of the way I’d like to further explain what a service dog is. This is taken directly from ada.gov: Under the ADA, a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability.  The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the person’s disability. There is no list of official tasks or how the dog must perform them. As long as it’s a trained behaviour that mitigates the handler’s disability, it counts. To give you an idea of some tasks a dog might perform here is a list of 143 of them thought the dog only needs to know one task and it’s not limited to that list. You’ll see ‘alert for help’ is on that list. Each service dog is uniquely tailored to their handler’s needs. What might work with one service dog team won’t necessarily work for another. Steenhout’s example of the dog staying with their handler and barking to alert others would not work for lumpatronics because she has sensory issues and would be sent into sensory overload from the barking while recovering from her seizure. A dog being trained to find help is a perfectly valid and legal task that isn’t unheard of in seizure response dogs. Service dogs are required to be leashed unless the leash interferes with one’s disability or performing a task. From ada.gov: Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls. Since Raider was tasking he was considered under other effective control. While service dogs are not legally required to wear a vest that does not mean vests are a scam. Some service dog handlers choose to utilize a vest some don’t. Registries are a scam but just somebody registered their dog with one doesn’t necessarily mean the dog is a fake service dog. The handler may have simply not have known better. As far as I’m aware Raider is not registered as a service dog so I’m not sure why it was brought up. Other things to note is that while Labradors, Golden Retreivers, Poodles, and mixes of the 3 are the most commonly seen as service dogs, there is no restriction on what breeds are allowed to be service dogs (Q22). It is also not legally required for the dog to be professionally trained and handlers with owner trained dogs have just as many rights as handlers with organization trained dogs (Q5). There is no restrictions on where the dog comes from or what age it is either. Breeder, rescue, or the family dog are all valid choices if the dog has the right temperament for service dog work. The best thing to do if you see a service dog team is to ignore the dog. I hear a lot of people say that while they don’t pat service dogs they always make sure to tell the dog’s handler how the dog is doing a good job. While it’s coming from a good place I know a lot of handlers would prefer you didn’t. They are just trying to go through their day like anybody else but usually get stopped because of their dogs. Service dogs are medical equipment. You wouldn’t stop somebody to tell them their cane, wheelchair, oxygen tank, etc, is doing a good job, would you? This is longer than I intended and their was more things I wanted to add but I’m having a hard time remembering them and I’m running out of energy for this. I hope what I’ve said makes sense and that I’ve educated a few people about service dogs. Here are some links to service dog handlers correcting this post. @pavusiing has a good response to this post here, @ofspaceandboys here, and @coconutsake here. I’m sure there are others but these are the only ones that have come across my dash. While not made as a response to Steenhout’s post @astraltailwags has a very good post about fake service dogs here. Here are some links to help people to educate themselves on service animals in the USA ADA on Service AnimalsADA’s Official FAQADA National NetworkService Dog Society I haven’t posted anything on this I don’t believe, but yes I was disappointed to see that Twitter thread. Thanks for including my post, I’m very happy it’s still getting attention because the SD community can be a brutal place i think i reblogged the earlier post so im just putting this out there to hopefully remedy any misinformation i mistakenly spread. sorry guys :((

hailfrenchie: astraltailwags: par-vollen: Hi, there is this post attempting to discredit another tumblr post going around. What Nicolas ...

Animals, College, and Crying: jacks @aJackieLarsen so my school installed a cry closet in the library LMFAOoooooo0O what is higher education A Safe Place for Stressed Out Students Otherwise known as The Cry Closet This space is meant to provide a place for students studying for finals to take a short 10- minute break. Rules of the Closet 1. Knock before entering 2. Only one person in the closet at a time 3. Limit your time in the closet to no more than10 minutes 4. Turn lights and timer off before leaving 5. Use #cryclosetuotu if posting on social media Artist: Nemo Miller in collaboration with Tony Miller and David Meyer <p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/173308917734/modernjudgementarcana-celticpyro" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://modernjudgementarcana.tumblr.com/post/173308117133/celticpyro-tastefullyoffensive-via" class="tumblr_blog">modernjudgementarcana</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/173305456889/tastefullyoffensive-via-ajackielarsen-to-the" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://tumblr.tastefullyoffensive.com/post/173304766682/via-ajackielarsen" class="tumblr_blog">tastefullyoffensive</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>(via <a href="https://twitter.com/aJackieLarsen/status/988820882717003776">aJackieLarsen</a>)</p></blockquote> <p>To the people replying with “Lol them Special Snowflakes” and “If you need this you’re not ready for college!”…shut up maybe?</p> <p>College is stressful and some people have anxiety/depression/ADHD/panic attacks/sensory overload/whatever. I saw this and the first thing I thought of was “Hey, this is great for when I get really upset because I’ve had massive emotional breakdowns a few times this semester! Now I don’t have to run off to the soccer field and hide in the bushes!”</p> </blockquote> <p>My college had therapy dogs. I get the intention behind the closet, but personally I prefer the dogs. <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>Dogs sound like a great idea, honestly. Really, the more mental health resources, the better. <br/></p></blockquote> <p>The local shelter used to bring puppies for us to play with during finals week and that was awesome. But I honestly feel like I would be more anxious if you saw me running into a room with stuffed animals to go crying.</p><p>Plus it’s a small dark room on a college campus. </p><p>People are gonna fuck in it.</p>
Bad, Energy, and Goals: What is AUTISTIC BURNOUT? a guide from Autism Women's Network signs Lack of motivation (hard to care about goals when everyday life is overwhelming e Loss of executive functioning abilities (decision-making, organization, etc.) Difficulty with self-care . Easier to reach overload or meltdown Loss of speech, selective mutism Lethargy, exhaustion e Illness, digestive issues . Memory loss Inability to maintain masks or use social skills . Overall seeming "more autistic" or stereotypical May have period of high energy before collapse causesS Passing as neurotypical /suppressing autistic traits . Doing 'too much', too much stress . Aging: needing more downtime, having less energy ....c...Changes, good or bad (relationships, jobs, living arrangements, belongings, environment, routines...) . Sleep deprivation, poor nutrition, dehydration . Illness . Sensory or emotional overload . Time strategies Scheduling breaks, managing spoons . Leave of absence . Stimming, sensory diet . Exercise . Massage Reminders and supports . Routines . Better environment/job/etc. Boundaries, saying 'no Dropping the mask/façade e Solitude . Absolute quiet Creative projects, passions, special interests Paying attention to reactions and your body Sources: "Autistic Burnout- Are You Going Burnout? Anonymously Autistic. Endow, Judy. Autistic Burnout and Aging. Ollibean. Help! I seem to be getting more ssion and Fluid Adaptation." Musings of an Aspie. Schaber, Amythest. "Ask an Autistic #3-what is urnout? Thanks toia dsey All ReAWNNebraska ford p ng this guides of anti ne. haber, Amythest skan Autistic #3 what is autistic American Asperg tistic Autistic Burnout?" Thanks to Lindsey Allen, AWN Nebraska for compiling this guide. o Autism Women's Network 2017 thegooddoctorimagines:While this is from the Autism Women’s Network, it includes other genders as well.

thegooddoctorimagines:While this is from the Autism Women’s Network, it includes other genders as well.

Fall, God, and Huh: My character's hame is Rocket. Hes a genetically enhanced raccoon witha gun fetish. <p><a href="http://tarathiel.tumblr.com/post/172403457857" class="tumblr_blog">tarathiel</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://therealfeedback.tumblr.com/post/169535311104/sperari-foundloveinbudapest-obsessiforge" class="tumblr_blog">therealfeedback</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://sperari.tumblr.com/post/102829591486/foundloveinbudapest-obsessiforge" class="tumblr_blog">sperari</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://foundloveinbudapest.tumblr.com/post/102829111761/obsessiforge-bluandorange-so-ive-got-this" class="tumblr_blog">foundloveinbudapest</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://obsessiforge.tumblr.com/post/101934507070/bluandorange-so-ive-got-this-headcanon-that">obsessiforge</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://bluandorange.tumblr.com/post/101827855795/so-ive-got-this-headcanon-that-guardians-of-the">bluandorange</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>so <a href="http://bluandorange.tumblr.com/tagged/avengers%20play%20gotg/chrono">I’ve got this headcanon</a> that Guardians of the Galaxy is really the Avengers playing a table top roleplaying game, where Bucky’s the DM who suffers through heaps and loads of trolling </p> <p>Mostly from Steve</p> <p><em>Especially</em> from Steve</p> </blockquote> <p>Which means Natasha was the one who sat down and wrote out the long, comprehensive backstory for her kickass space assassin Gamora, that Bucky keeps trying to work into the campaign but they keep getting sidetracked by –</p> <p>Tony who just created what he sees himself as – the suave, wise-cracking space vagabond.</p> <p>Thor who needed a lot of help building his character and decided on a couple easy to remember traits (Strong, honor, doesn’t get metaphors)</p> <p>and Bruce who’s actually too busy to pay full attention so any time Bucky asks what he wants to do he just says “I am Groot” and lets Steve decide</p> </blockquote> <p>Oh my god.</p> </blockquote> <p>Headcanon accepted <em>so hard</em></p> </blockquote> <p>“We need to break out of this prison. Bucky, do I know anything about it?”<br/></p> <p>“Roll knowledge, Steve.”<br/></p> <p>“Seventeen.”<br/></p> <p>“From your years of experience and multiple prison escapes, you believe that if you can get one of the prison guard’s security bands to get into the watchtower, and one of the power cells to overload the security systems, you should be able to pull off an escape.”<br/></p> <p>“Perfect. Nat, you have sleight of hand trained, right?”<br/></p> <p>“Yes I do, Steve.”<br/></p> <p>“Alright, you get the wristband. Bruce, grab the power cell.”<br/></p> <p>“Yeah, sure, I am Groot.”<br/></p> <p>“Even in a board game, boy scout has to give the orders, huh?”<br/></p> <p>“Alright Tony, what’s-”<br/></p> <p>“Excuse me, my name <i>Star Lord, </i>thank you.”<br/></p> <p>“…Alright, Star Lord. What’s your plan?”<br/></p> <p>“Well…Bucky?”<br/></p> <p>“Knowledge, Tony.”<br/></p> <p>“…Four.”<br/></p> <p>“You’ve never been in prison before, so you have no idea. You think Rocket’s plan makes sense though.”<br/></p> <p>“Alright, fine. What do you want me to do, Captain Raccoon?”</p> <p>“Only the most important for you, Space King. Bucky, does anyone in the prison have a robotic arm?”<br/></p> <p>“I swear if you’re going where I think you’re going with–”<br/></p> <p>“Okay, leg. Robotic leg, not arm.”<br/></p> <p>“Yes, there is one guy with a prosthetic leg.”<br/></p> <p>“Tony I want you to get me that guy’s leg.”<br/></p> <p>“…Why?”<br/></p> <p>“Just trust me, we need it for the plan.”<br/></p> <p>“Bucky, can I sense motive on Rocket?”<br/></p> <p>“Go ahead.”<br/></p> <p>“…These dice are weighted.”</p> <p>“What?”</p> <p>“What’d you get, Stark?”<br/></p> <p>“One.”<br/></p> <p>“Not only do you believe that Rocket needs the leg, you believe it is the single most important part of the plan. Without that leg, everything will fall to pieces.”<br/></p> <p>“Okay, fine, I’ll get the leg.”<br/></p> <p>“Perfect. Avengers, let’s get to work.”<br/></p> <p>“Removing the power cell will set off the alarm, so you believe you should start with–”<br/></p> <p>“I go remove the power cell.”<br/></p> <p>“…Bruce, that’s…not a good idea. Like I said, ripping that out will set off the alarm.”<br/></p> <p>“Right, exactly, sounds like fun. I go to rip it out.”<br/></p> <p>“But…but I spent all week coming up with persuasion and stealth scenarios for–-”<br/></p> <p>“This is what, a strength check?”<br/></p> <p>“…Yes Bruce, it’s a strength check.”<br/></p> <p>“I got a 20.”<br/></p> <p>“…You rip out the power cell with a single tug, setting off the alarm and alerting every single guard in the prison to your escape attempt. Roll for initiative, and remember that I hate all of you.”</p> </blockquote> <p style=""><a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/m0acOk2ZOgBXUcdGHg-6ELw">@rose-de-noire</a><br/></p> </blockquote>

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