The Autism Spectrum According to Autistic People

Autism neurodiversity
Autism neurodiversity

On Autism, Getting Dressed, and Toileting

There are a lot of parents who are anxious about the upcoming school year because their autistic children may not be dressing or toileting without assistance. This article explains why many autistic children and adults may experience incontinence.

On Autism, Getting Dressed, and Toileting

There are a lot of parents who are anxious about the upcoming school year because their autistic children may not be dressing or toileting without assistance. This article explains why many autistic children and adults may experience incontinence.

On Autism, Getting Dressed, and Toileting

There are a lot of parents who are anxious about the upcoming school year because their autistic children may not be dressing or toileting without assistance. This article explains why many autistic children and adults may experience incontinence.

How to Reduce Autistic Barriers to Moving

Autistic barriers to moving include more uncertainty deciding if you will like a new city. How do you make a decision amidst uncertainty? What should you do if you regret your decision?

NeuroClastic members nominated for the UK’s National Diversity Awards 2021

NeuroClastic is excited to announce that both the Chief Operating Officer and a member of the advisory board have been nominated for the ITV national

Autistic Life, Trauma, and Disability

Autistic people are anthropologists by birth in a very literal sense. Trauma and autistic lived experience in Western industrialised societies are very hard to separate.

The Intersectionality of My Erasure: Being AFAB, Black, & Autistic

I have endured marginalization from my earliest memory. I have to fight to be heard every moment of every day. I have never experienced a second that I wasn’t aware of my intersectionality.

Integrating autistic culture into the world: The cultural model of autism

David Gray-Hammond encourages people to step into and learn about autistic culture— how we relate to each other, how we adapt to our environment, art, language, sensory attunement, and more.

The Intersectionality of My Erasure: Being AFAB, Black, & Autistic

I have endured marginalization from my earliest memory. I have to fight to be heard every moment of every day. I have never experienced a second that I wasn’t aware of my intersectionality.

Integrating autistic culture into the world: The cultural model of autism

David Gray-Hammond encourages people to step into and learn about autistic culture— how we relate to each other, how we adapt to our environment, art, language, sensory attunement, and more.

A letter to Authority

Due to the implications and the mental labor required to mask ourselves and mirror your demands, our existence is incompatible with all forms of you that attempt to control our autistic neurotype.