June 18th is Autistic Pride Day, within Queer Pride Month.
These are independent events. This is not a pride only for Queer Autistic People -just for the record, because that question has been asked of me before.
What is Autistic Pride Day and why is this a thing?
Well, if you would like to know more, please do stay tuned. Continue reading June 18th is Autistic Pride DAY! What is Autistic Pride Day and Why We Need Pride for Autistic People
Being Autistic is not all sunshine and rainbows. In fact, it sucks sometimes, especially because of society systems & the world being stacked against us. Let’s talk about why some of us share the good parts of being Autistic: Continue reading NeuroDiversity & Disability – Flexing the Systems Instead of Blaming People for Being Unable to Fit In
I am formally diagnosed but will always advocate for Autistic People to be able to self identify, because I understand how much privilege and luck was involved in discovering I was Autistic at the age of 29. Continue reading The Need to Self Identify as NeuroDivergent
First, what is Autistic Burnout? It’s a mental, physical, and emotional state that many Autistic People battle with, because of expectations to keep pace in the NeuroTypical world. Continue reading My Recent Autistic Burnout – Breaking the Cycle of Overwork
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
You see something’s broken (like many of our society’s systems are) and you may even take note of some the problems you have become AWARE of within the faulty system. You are now aware BUT awareness only goes so far. Continue reading Moving Beyond Awareness, Working Toward Autistic Acceptance, Empowerment, & Inclusion
I recently was invited by Amira Stanley (She/Her) to have a special conversation about Autism Acceptance Month. Check it out! Continue reading A Conversation with Amira Stanley about Autism Acceptance Month
Although, we talk about autism topics all year long on this channel, because one month is really not enough. Autistic people exist 365 days of the year. And this week we’re talking about why it is important for Autistic people to be able to have a sense of Autistic pride. Continue reading Why Autistic Pride and Empowerment are Important
Hey everyone, NeuroRebel here. And you may know already that April is a month where a lot of people are going to be talking about autism, some of them may not even be Autistic. This month as we jump into April, I just wanted to start by sharing, from an Autistic perspective, why you should not light up blue to honor and respect Autistic people. Continue reading Why You Should NOT Light Up Blue to Raise Awareness of Autism & Autistic People
If you have been around for awhile, you probably already know I talk with my hands, a lot, and this week I’m going to share why. If you’re new, welcome, I hope you stay tuned. Continue reading Autistic Happy Flappy Hands & Talking With My Hands – Autism & Hand Movements