Two Channels, MORE FUN! – Neurodiversity & Full Time RV Living Continue reading Two Blogs, a Neurodiversity Blog & an RV Living Blog
I’m very excited to announce that David and I have started a new channel, a joint venture, check us out on our Blog, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. Don’t worry, I’m not going to stop posting content here. The Neurodivergent Rebel blog is here to stay. Continue reading The BIG Announcement – Big BIG Bus – Sold the House Bought an RV – Our First Day Full-Time RV Living
Confession 90% of my focus is on my FEET and not falling over / stomping like a T-Rex. Dave knows what I’m talking about. LOL! Continue reading Hooping in the Dark – an Improve Hoop-Dance
A lot’s been happening behind the scenes. Stay tuned for a BIG announcement next week. Continue reading Something BIG is Happening
As an autistic person, I need to make sure I’m moving to help keep myself regulated.
Why Autistic People Generally Dislike Autism Speaks – A few thoughts and a little history on Autism Speaks. #actuallyautistic #neurodiversity Continue reading Why Autistic People Generally Dislike Autism Speaks
Last week I posted a very short video explaining what autistic meltdowns and shutdowns are in just over two minutes. Since posting I’ve had some questions so this week I took the time to answer a few reader questions in this audio clip. Continue reading All About Autistic Meltdowns & Shutdowns (Audio Only)
You can find them in “Autism Mommy Facebook Groups”, blog pages, and even writing books about how their “lives are heavily burdened by their autistic children”. You may have encountered them and not even know it. What is an autism martyr parent?
Continue reading A Quick Note About “Autism Martyr Parents”
To the untrained eye, a meltdown can look like a tantrum, but the reality of what is happening to someone having a meltdown is very different. Meltdowns and shutdowns can be a result of sensory overload, physical and mental exhaustion, triggered by acute stress, or depleted energy reserves. Continue reading Autistic Meltdowns, Shutdowns, & Tantrums, oh my!