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Chris Kistan – Autism

Chris Kistan is an Autism Educator at Baston House School which provides a centre of excellence in education and development for children aged between 5 and 16 years who have been diagnosed with an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC).

His other challenging and somewhat daunting job is being one of my very best friends and my original martial arts instructor of 10 years.  Chris taught me my first Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, my first double-leg takedown, and my first left hook and Thai knee strike.

Chris has a military precision about his work and his life which borders on the supernatural and he brings a serious passion and dedication to his work in educating children with Autistic Spectrum Condition.  He is also one of the most positive, fun loving, and coolest guys you’ll ever meet.  I hope you enjoy the show!

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Autism Spectrum Disorder is so unique to how it impacts different people is based on the level of damage to the brain’s neurons synaptic connections varies from person to person.

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A mother of a 29 year old labeled autistic man, he is very much about being socially available in a different way. We need to stop deciding on categorizing how people relate to our environment, people. and intepetations. We are all involved to this spectrum because of the many issues related to our damaged healthcare system, environment, and the food we eat. Yes, toxic metals that are injected and ingested from our corrupt world. It is fact and I witnessed my son’s life change due to these very issues. The structure is about different types of shorting out of neurons… Read more »
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