Science has found a way to detect autism in the womb, and the next step may be to try to eliminate it. Why the world needs autistic people.
Why do autistic people overdo projects? Why do autistic people slack off? Why do they do both? Confused? Learn what’s really going on!
Iris Warchall is an autistic physical therapist who talks about being a neurodiversity-affirming therapist and how the autistic brain responds to change.
Does your autistic loved one seem anxious and irritable in the kitchen? They may need to cook alone to concentrate!
What ABA Therapists Are Really Doing to Your Autistic Child Behind Your Back – An Interview with a Former Special Education Teacher
Kelly Redden used to be a special education teacher trained in ABA. She shares the horrors of what she saw behind closed doors.
Invalidating an Autistic Person’s Sensory Response Can Lead to Complex Trauma – A Guest Post by Emma Reardon of Autism Wellbeing, UK
Invalidating an autistic person’s sensory experience can lead to complex trauma. Autistic people do not habituate to sensory input.
I’ve heard of masking at work, but this late-identified autistic woman was told to get Botox to “fix” her natural facial expressions!
Science has proven that exposure therapy for autistic sensory sensitivities does not work (and it causes emotional harm).
Autistic people are often mistaken as “rude” or “selfish” because we don’t socialize as often as our neurotypical counterparts. Here are some reasons why.
“Open Secrets” and More with The Articulate Autistic, Jaime A. Heidel – An Interview with Social Autie [Video]
My interview with Carole Jean Whittington on the Mind Your Autistic Brain Talk Show