Autism Rights Group Highland

ARGH Members Work

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Two Books by Katherine Highland

ARGH member Katherine has published 2 books "Deferred Sunlight" and her new book "If Streetlights Could Glow Ultraviolet" both available on Amazon for Kindle and a paperback. Click on book titles for more information and to order them.

You can also order both books in paperback directly from the printer by clicking here.


Willow May's website

Willow is generously donating her time and skills to ARGH; you can purchase art work and more from her website all for a donation.

FROM CRYSTALS, DRUM AND MEDICINE WHEELS TO BIRD IDENTIFICATION TO HEDGEROW FORAGING And more...!. Here's some of what willow can offer you...

Skills sharing all for a donation of your choice to ARGH.

Please follow the link to learn more: Willows website


A short article - by Elkie Kammer

Individualised Support Artilcle Click here


Discovering Who I Am - by Elkie Kammer

Growing up in the sensory world of Asperger syndrome.

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Elkie always found it hard to make friends and felt different. Everything finally started to fall into place when she got an Asperger diagnosis but only after 40 years of searching. Elkie was born in Germany but now lives in the north of Scotland.

This book is available from us for £7.99 plus post and packaging please contact us by clicking here


Research by Elke Kammer ARGH member

Click here for Elke's research paper titled "What helps to prepare children with High Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome for the social and emotional demands of mainstream Secondary Schools. Exploring pupils perceptions."

Margaret Tippen

ARGH Member

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"Those we love dont go away, They walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. In memory of beloved Margaret "little twinkle toes" Tippen, dear loving mum and proud ARGH member."

ARGH members only messageboard

The ARGH messageboard is an online forum offering a safe autistic space for our members : it is not viewable by others outside of ARGH. If you'd like to connect with other autistic people across the Highlands or find out more about what ARGH are doing then please join up. We will also use the space to discuss any consultations / local issues / anything that ARGH members feel is worth talking about. If you'd like to contribute to our monthly meetings but can't get along then you can use the messageboard to join in. Even if you've never used a messageboard before please give it a go; it's important that we hear what you have to say. If you have any questions or would like to join email webmaster@arghighland.co.uk

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