It’s the Most Alienating Time of the Year

Jen Bluhm writes about her experiences with the holidays and all the emotions that come with. She sheds a light on how holidays can truly be made special for autistic people.

Andromeda Galaxy

I Don’t Regret You

“I was wondering . . . if I have kids, will they be autistic?”

Image has colored pictures with talk bubbles against a black background to demonstrate the contrast between written and verbal communication for autistic people with autism

Verbal and Written Communication: The Disconnect

One autistic mother finds language communication her strong suit, but only when it is written. Verbal communication is difficult for her and her son with apraxia of speech.

A woman sitting on the ground, holding a child

Parenting on the Spectrum

I have wanted to be a mom for as long as I can remember. In particular, I wanted to be a mom to a little

2 girls standing in front of a large lion. The one in front is holding her hand out to him while the other one peeks from behind her (the first one's) shoulder.

The Evil Twin

I want to start this by saying that I love being a twin. Unless you are a twin yourself, then it is almost impossible for

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