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Psychological Defence

Autistics often face a hostile social environment while receiving little support or acknowledgement of their needs. Their ability to overcome threats and challenges depends on their resilience and fighting spirit. Their ability to stand up for themselves depends on their resolve and emotional maturity. It is essential for us to promote wholesome traditional values to...

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Digital Defence

Lonely and vulnerable autistics seek solace on social media and online communities. They often expose too much of their private information and attract predators. They are more easily influenced by propaganda to take up radical beliefs. They are often rejected from multiple groups when they engage in inappropriate behaviour. We work with like-minded parties to...

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Social Defence

Living in a highly diverse and increasingly individualistic society, win-win progress is possible only if all stakeholders unite to work in harmony and support each other. Each party must exert constant effort to build trust and understanding; divisive speech and behaviour should be discouraged. We work with like-minded parties to provide the following solutions:  ...

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Economic Defence

Autistics who wish to live their desired lifestyle free from outside interference have to improve their competitiveness and attractiveness so that they can contribute in a unique and relevant way to the world. To handle any unexpected changes, they also need to handle financial decisions wisely and build financial security (e.g. savings and insurance). We...

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Future Defence

It is important to prepare for and invest in the future. New or unexpected challenges can happen at any time. This can range from something as mundane as organising an outing with friends to something significant like asking someone we like to go on a date or an emergency such as assisting dealing with a...

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Community Defence

Highly vulnerable autistics need a strong defence force that deters potentially harmful people from attacking. When attacked, we must be able to defend ourselves effectively. At the same time, vulnerable members of the wider community also need to be protected from harmful and disturbing behaviours of some autistic people. We cultivate strong relationships with like-minded...

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