Autism

Grocery Store Aggressive Meltdowns and How to Deal with Them

If you want to stop autistic meltdowns, you will need to understand why they happen and what causes them. You can prevent them by using your position of authority to be an accomplice in co-regulation.

Grocery Store Aggressive Meltdowns and How to Deal with Them

If you want to stop autistic meltdowns, you will need to understand why they happen and what causes them. You can prevent them by using your position of authority to be an accomplice in co-regulation.

Grocery Store Aggressive Meltdowns and How to Deal with Them

If you want to stop autistic meltdowns, you will need to understand why they happen and what causes them. You can prevent them by using your position of authority to be an accomplice in co-regulation.

Hiki: A Dating & Friendships App that Autistics May Actually Want to Use

Lauren Melissa reviews Hiki app, the dating and friendship app specifically for autistic people to find and make connections with other autistics.

Poetry: Abstractions, Upper Division Sports, and Realities

Noah McSweeny’s debut with NeuroClastic is a series of three shimmering poems spelled out on a letterboard and spanning versions of reality.

An interview with Soma Mukhopadhyay, pioneer of rapid prompting method (RPM)

It is because of Soma Mukhopadhyay and her son, Tito, that thousands of nonspeaking and minimally speaking autistic people around with world have access to reliable communication.

Show Us Your Brain – FREE Resource for understanding your “brain story”

NeuroClastic introduces a free visual tool you can use to create your own “Brain story.” Map out your sensory story to learn more about yourself and communicate your differences to others!

Where do discriminations come from?

Olivier Blond challenges the arguments against identity politics. “If we live as if identities do not exist, we will not solve discrimination.”

an RPM rapid prompting method letterboard stencil is in a tree with sunlight shining through the letters. Photo credit by autistic advocate matthew rushin.

Tiny Typing Kids: A letter to young nonspeakers

Trevor Byrd is a teen nonspeaker who gained access to communication when he enrolled at Reach Every Voice. After seeing a young girl spelling on a letterboard, he wrote this letter to all the young spellers.

A female appearing person who appears to be asian is lying face down on a white couch, a book in hand, glasses off to the side. She ooks exhausted and symbolizes autistic burnout in autism adulthood.

What does it mean to be an autistic adult?

What does it mean to be an autistic adult? A spouse? A home? A career? Or is it a constant battle to be accepted and working beyond the point of exhaustion into repeated burnouts?

I Was Part of the “Good ABA”

Louis Stay wanted help autistic children when he took a job as an RBT. The clinic was advertised as the modern “good ABA” that avoided the harmful practices associated with ABA’s history.

900 ABA Professionals Have Weighed in on the Use of Electroshock at Judge Rotenberg Center

NeuroClastic surveyed 900 professionals from the field of applied behavior analysis to measure attitudes about the use of electroshock punishment at the Judge Rotenberg Center.

Hiki: A Dating & Friendships App that Autistics May Actually Want to Use

Lauren Melissa reviews Hiki app, the dating and friendship app specifically for autistic people to find and make connections with other autistics.

Poetry: Abstractions, Upper Division Sports, and Realities

Noah McSweeny’s debut with NeuroClastic is a series of three shimmering poems spelled out on a letterboard and spanning versions of reality.

an RPM rapid prompting method letterboard stencil is in a tree with sunlight shining through the letters. Photo credit by autistic advocate matthew rushin.

Tiny Typing Kids: A letter to young nonspeakers

Trevor Byrd is a teen nonspeaker who gained access to communication when he enrolled at Reach Every Voice. After seeing a young girl spelling on a letterboard, he wrote this letter to all the young spellers.

A female appearing person who appears to be asian is lying face down on a white couch, a book in hand, glasses off to the side. She ooks exhausted and symbolizes autistic burnout in autism adulthood.

What does it mean to be an autistic adult?

What does it mean to be an autistic adult? A spouse? A home? A career? Or is it a constant battle to be accepted and working beyond the point of exhaustion into repeated burnouts?

I Was Part of the “Good ABA”

Louis Stay wanted help autistic children when he took a job as an RBT. The clinic was advertised as the modern “good ABA” that avoided the harmful practices associated with ABA’s history.

900 ABA Professionals Have Weighed in on the Use of Electroshock at Judge Rotenberg Center

NeuroClastic surveyed 900 professionals from the field of applied behavior analysis to measure attitudes about the use of electroshock punishment at the Judge Rotenberg Center.

Hiki: A Dating & Friendships App that Autistics May Actually Want to Use

Lauren Melissa reviews Hiki app, the dating and friendship app specifically for autistic people to find and make connections with other autistics.

Poetry: Abstractions, Upper Division Sports, and Realities

Noah McSweeny’s debut with NeuroClastic is a series of three shimmering poems spelled out on a letterboard and spanning versions of reality.

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