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The idea that trauma and autism are so hard to distinguish because society doesn’t make untraumatised Autistics.
The problems with how Autistic people are diagnosed/the limitations of the medical model.
What healthy boundaries are and how to keep them kindly.
Late diagnosis and moving forward after discovering you are Autistic late in life.
Overcoming internalized ableism and loving your Autistic self.
Advocating for your needs as an Autistic Person.
Continue reading Autism & Neurodiversity Chat – Are All Autistic People Traumatized? – Problems with the Medical Model
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 guys. So this week I saw a question on my YouTube video, “How can you teach or help an autistic child to speak?” and so this week I wanted to dive a little bit more deeply into that question. – @NeuroRebel Continue reading Teaching Autistic Kids How to Speak (Autism & Communication)
Autisticly Aaron In this weeks episode, chats with Christa Holmans a gender fluid neurodivergent advocate known to many as the Neurodivergent Rebel a leader in the conversation on neurodivergent rights. Autisticly Aaron also has Fen from Stimolgy in the Stim Pride Show Case and your weekly neuro news desk breifing. Continue reading PODCAST – The Gender Expression One, Autisticly Aaron Chats with Christa Holmans (NeuroRebel)
Since COVID started there has been change after change. As an autistic person, I struggle sometimes with change – even the good changes can be difficult.
As I’ve been forced to deal with a lot of change these days, change has gotten a bit easier for me… and some BIG changes are coming. Continue reading BIG NEWS & THANK YOU FOR 4 YEARS!!!!
Hey everyone, NeuroRebel here. And this week, we’re going to talk about sensory overload. And can I just be honest before we dive in here? Sensory overload sucks.
#ActuallyAutistic #AskingAutistics – what is sensory overload like for you? Continue reading Autistic Sensory Overload
“You don’t look autistic.” #ActuallyAutistic #AskingAutistics – Have you heard this one before? How did YOU react? Continue reading You Don’t LOOK Autistic
I recently was invited to an interview on Neurodiversity news. Don’t forget to check out the full interview on their site. Continue reading Neurodiversity News Interview
If you were a child and you were getting scolded and you got in trouble for having meltdowns you may have learned to turn all that in on yourself and learn to shut down instead of melting down. Continue reading Autism & Shutdowns – How They Differ from Autistic Meltdowns
There’s a rumor that autistic people don’t use or cannot understand sarcasm. And I will admit sometimes I do get confused pick up on when people are using sarcasm with me. Continue reading Can Autistic People Understand Sarcasm?