In celebration and reflection upon my life, and with determination to never stop playing even as I grow and mature, I set out to the park to do a very special birthday skate dance. Continue reading 34th Birthday Skate Dance Celebration
Hi, internet humans, NeuroRebel here, and this week, I’m going to share with you some information about what it’s like to have a lighting sensitivity. If this interests you, please stay tuned. Continue reading Autistic Sensory Processing Differences – Autism & Lighting Sensitivity
Many Autistic people have clinically elevated levels of anxiety or at least one anxiety disorder – OCD, GAD, Social Anxiety, Separation Anxiety, or other Specific Phobia. Continue reading Autism & Mental Health – Do ALL Autistic People Have Anxiety?
Sensory Diet? What’s that? Well believe it or not, this week we are NOT talking about nutrition and eating healthier. Continue reading Autism & Sensory Diets for Sensory Regulation – An Autistic Perspective
Unfortunately, it is common knowledge that many Autistic children and adults struggle with sleep problems. This can be hard for parents, who need sleep but have children who seem to be filled with infinite energy, and may not sleep through the night. Continue reading Autism & Insomnia – Why do Some Autistic People Struggle with Sleep?
All right, everybody, so I wanted to share with you this week about something that I personally experienced before I found out I was autistic, and then I noticed it even more once I realized I was Autistic and that is a social hangover. Continue reading Autism & Social Hangovers – My Autistic Experience with Alcohol & Social Anxiety
Anyone ever said to you, “don’t worry. If they’re hungry, they will eat”? This week, we’re going to talk about why that is not necessarily true with autistic and neurodivergent kids, especially if they have sensory issues, like many of us do. Continue reading Autism & Food Issues – Autistic Sensory Related Food Aversion
Hey everybody, this is Christa Holmans, Neurodivergent Rebel here and may is mental health awareness month. And however, you know, autistic mental health can differ from non-autistic mental health for a few reasons. And today I am back with Paul Austin, our resident “NT” and Haley Moss, who is the first openly autistic lawyer in Florida, to digest this issue. Continue reading Autistic Mental Health – Neurodivergent Rebel with Haley Moss & Paul Austin
This week I had the pleasure of being invited into The Anxious Truth Podcast. We discuss some of the overlapping issues found in both anxiety disorders and autism and other neurodivergent conditions such as ADHD. Continue reading Anxiety and Autism/Neurodiversity Issues on The Anxious Truth Podcast
Nobody is pleasant to be around when they’re not feeling well. So, if the autistic person in your life is more pleasant to be around when they’re on the gluten free diet because they have a gluten sensitivity, it’s not that they are less autistic. Continue reading An Autistic Perspective – Autism & Gluten Free Diets