People often ask me if I was diagnosed Aspergers or Autistic Continue reading Autism or Aspergers – Which is it?
Autism is defined by social communication differences and a tendency towards, what is often referred to my medical professionals as, “restricted, repetitive behaviors” or as I prefer to say “a strong desire for order and routine in a chaotic world”. I organize myself same daily schedule, same meal menus, same routes to work or anyplace I need to go. Continue reading What is Autism? from an Autistic Adult
My first video of 2019 – some very exciting updates about things to come in the new year.
Links mentioned in the video:
Neurodivergent Rebel on Patreon
Neurodivergent Rebel on GeekClubBooks.com
Continue reading First Video of 2019 – Some EXCITING Announcements
I found out that I was autistic at the age of twenty-nine. The Psychologist who diagnosed me recommended I read the works of autistic authors and seek out other autistic adults in order to help me to better understand autism and how it related to myself. Continue reading #AskingAutistics: What’s One Thing You Wish You Would have known? on GeekClubBooks.com
Inspired by #ActuallyAutistic Twitter conversations. Things I wish I’d known when I was first diagnosed autistic. Continue reading Autism and Late Diagnosis – I Wish I’d Known – the Importance of Movement and Stimming
Self Care is Essential to Everyone’s Mental and Physical Health Continue reading Spa Day Vlog – Unwinding from the Holidays (Public Version)
I know, technically, autism doesn’t have “a look” but there are DEFINITELY occasions where I would call myself “visibly autistic” – mostly when my guard is down or if I am suddenly overwhelmed with strong emotions – be them joy, … Continue reading Visually Autistic – An “Autistic Look”? -#ActuallyAutistic Conversations on Twitter