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The Autism Spectrum According to Autistic People

Autism neurodiversity

Acceptance

A Systematic Approach to Living into My 90s

Using personal experience and science, I was able to self diagnose myself in my early twenties. Finding the average age of an autistic is 36 – 37 years old…I let that sink in for a few months as I started to battle with myself about what I should focus on in the next phase of my life.

Team spirit

Those who are different are excluded, bullied or at best dragged down from above as mascots. An ideal team in reality seems to consist only of “Leonardos,” people pretending to be Leonardo, people imitating Leonardo, and people obeying Leonardo…

The View from Here – On Stimming

Ashna and William, no speaking autistic teens, discuss their thoughts on stimming. If everyone stomach, why is it only called stimming when autistic people do it?

A Systematic Approach to Living into My 90s

Using personal experience and science, I was able to self diagnose myself in my early twenties. Finding the average age of an autistic is 36 – 37 years old…I let that sink in for a few months as I started to battle with myself about what I should focus on in the next phase of my life.

Team spirit

Those who are different are excluded, bullied or at best dragged down from above as mascots. An ideal team in reality seems to consist only of “Leonardos,” people pretending to be Leonardo, people imitating Leonardo, and people obeying Leonardo…

The View from Here – On Stimming

Ashna and William, no speaking autistic teens, discuss their thoughts on stimming. If everyone stomach, why is it only called stimming when autistic people do it?

A Systematic Approach to Living into My 90s

Using personal experience and science, I was able to self diagnose myself in my early twenties. Finding the average age of an autistic is 36 – 37 years old…I let that sink in for a few months as I started to battle with myself about what I should focus on in the next phase of my life.

Team spirit

Those who are different are excluded, bullied or at best dragged down from above as mascots. An ideal team in reality seems to consist only of “Leonardos,” people pretending to be Leonardo, people imitating Leonardo, and people obeying Leonardo…

The View from Here – On Stimming

Ashna and William, no speaking autistic teens, discuss their thoughts on stimming. If everyone stomach, why is it only called stimming when autistic people do it?