As a Queer, multiply NeuroDivergent human, I have spent enough time living in closets and suppressing myself to know that the keys to my own personal happiness have been found in learning to live authentically and freely as an Autistic and NeuroDivergent and Queer adults. Continue reading The Need For Autistic and NeuroDivergent Authenticity
In this session Lyric Holmans (they/them; AKA NeuroDivergent Rebel) presents for 30 minutes on Making the Workplace more Neurodivergent friendly, and then takes questions and discusses this topic with Chloe (she/her) and David (he/him). Continue reading Making the Workplace more Neurodivergent Friendly: Lyric Holmans with Chloe & David
I am a person with many labels and identities, including a few I’ve taken on my own, changing my name (Lyric) and starting a blog (NeuroDivergent Rebel). My labels have given me power and a sense of pride, identity, and belonging I never had before. Continue reading Who is the NeuroDivergent Rebel and WHY do they Write?
The name of the series is Neurodivergence: Recognize Your Strengths, Reduce Overwhelm, and Realize Your Dreams, and I’m really excited about it because she has got together some really cool influencers (including me!!) in this space and they are going to be answering a lot of your questions about how to really improve your self worth and up your confidence and self love game so that you can start living the life that you really want to live. Continue reading Neurodivergence: Recognize Your Strengths, Reduce Overwhelm, and Realize Your Dreams
You ask, what is your favorite thing about being Autistic? I’ll tell you mine – please tell me YOURS? Continue reading Autism Positivity – My Favorite Things About Being Autistic
Wait times will vary greatly depending on if you live in a country with public health care or not. In America, private healthcare means costs are high, but waits are short. In the UK, services are available, but waitlists can be YEARS long. Continue reading Advice for Anyone Looking to Get an Autism Diagnosis
The ultimate objective of ABA is to make the Autistic child indistinguishable from their peers. This holds NeuroDivergent People to NeuroTypical standards, which is cruel and sets us up for failure.
We are not and will never be NeuroTypical – ignoring this fact helps nobody Continue reading ABA is abuse… yes all ABA.
Join us for this FREE event – hosted by Autistic people. This Friday, April 30th. Continue reading The Actually Autistic Roundtable – This Friday, April 30, 2021
This week we’re diving into the down and dirty – from ABA to Problems with the medical model we are not afraid of or avoiding controversy. Continue reading The Naughty Autie in Conversation with Lyric Holmans about Autism & NeuroDiversity
Hey humans, NeuroRebel here and this week, I am going to speak from the heart when I share with you why, in April, it’s important for us to remember that Autistic people are not broken.
This video was released to subscribers on March 8, 2021. Wider public release date, is April 28, 2021. An autism and neurodiversity blog based on personal experience. Please remember – this is only ONE autistic perspective. We are all unique. Continue reading Autism & Deficits – Autistic People Aren’t Broken NeuroTypicals