Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) education beyond wishful thinking: The antidote to xenophobia is genuine appreciation of diversity and interdependence.
As soon as a parent is aware that their child is autistic, they often ask, “What therapies does my child need?” Terra Vance walks readers through what to prioritize.
Tre Luna loved Trader Joe’s with all his heart and stomach. Then his disability—and their refusal to accommodate for it—led to a break-up with the grocery chain and reflections on what it means to be disabled in America.
Autistic people are often highly skilled or have well-developed talents, which causes the world to see them as having high earning potential. But that’s not what happens. Here’s why.
If you’re traveling while autistic and nervous about the social rules and norms of navigating new places, these tips can help!
Don’t think of inclusion as helping us get by in the structures built by and for ‘not us,’ rather think of how you can help us change the structure so that it is ours as much as it is yours.
Asiatu Lawoyin, at age 42, experienced their first PTSD flashback from childhood sexual abuse. Asiatu unpacks the space between the trauma and the flashback through the lens of being Black and autistic.