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The Autism Spectrum According to Autistic People

Autism neurodiversity
Autism neurodiversity

Nathan, Srija, and Cade

The View from Here – But You Can SPEAK!

Ashna and William are autistic teens who can speak, but the words that come or are often unreliable. They communicate more accurately by spelling to communicate via the rapid promoting method.

Image shows a surrealistic purple sunset with a silhouette of a boy jumping. Text reads: When I was small, I didn't even know that I was a kid with special needs. How did I find out? By other people telling me that I was different from everyone else, and that this was a problem. Naoki Higashida

wikipedia.org Article for Naoki Higashida

Editor’s Note: Anti-autistic Wikipedia editors have long been vandalizing and rewriting the narrative around autism and neurodiversity, with the most aggressive editing directed at non-speaking

The View from Here – But You Can SPEAK!

Ashna and William are autistic teens who can speak, but the words that come or are often unreliable. They communicate more accurately by spelling to communicate via the rapid promoting method.

Image shows a surrealistic purple sunset with a silhouette of a boy jumping. Text reads: When I was small, I didn't even know that I was a kid with special needs. How did I find out? By other people telling me that I was different from everyone else, and that this was a problem. Naoki Higashida

wikipedia.org Article for Naoki Higashida

Editor’s Note: Anti-autistic Wikipedia editors have long been vandalizing and rewriting the narrative around autism and neurodiversity, with the most aggressive editing directed at non-speaking

The View from Here – But You Can SPEAK!

Ashna and William are autistic teens who can speak, but the words that come or are often unreliable. They communicate more accurately by spelling to communicate via the rapid promoting method.

Image shows a surrealistic purple sunset with a silhouette of a boy jumping. Text reads: When I was small, I didn't even know that I was a kid with special needs. How did I find out? By other people telling me that I was different from everyone else, and that this was a problem. Naoki Higashida

wikipedia.org Article for Naoki Higashida

Editor’s Note: Anti-autistic Wikipedia editors have long been vandalizing and rewriting the narrative around autism and neurodiversity, with the most aggressive editing directed at non-speaking