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A Letter to Black and Indigenous Autistic Teens

Wolfheart Sanchez is Black and Native American, and he writes a letter to Autistic teens about how the lack of representation is harmful, but they can build the community they need to feel less alone.

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How Do I Tell My Autistic Child About Autism?

Parents aren’t always sure how to tell their children about autism and that they are autistic. While everyone’s approach will be different, here’s some tips about where to start.

Advice for Raising NeuroDivergent Children

Here’s how to stop engaging your autistic child in fruitless power struggles and how to engage their natural desire to help others for a better, more peaceful relationship.

Autism & Christianity: Part 2, The Bible

In the second installment in a series about autism and religion, an autistic minister looks at what the Christian Bible is and is not and how the Bible can be misused to cause harm.

Autism & Christianity: Part 1

Literalism and the extreme amount of rules in religion can make the experience traumatic for autistic children. Parents need to think of their children’s neurotype in how the family approaches faith.

Butterflies

Children can be cruel, naturally, and sometimes adults reinforce those messages instead of trying to encourage kindness and collectivism.

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