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
According to LGBTA, Wiki, “Autigender or Autism, gender is a neurogender, which can be understood in the context of being Autistic or when one’s Autism greatly affects one’s gender or how one experiences gender.
Autigender is not autism as a gender, but rather is a gender that is so heavily influenced by autism that one’s gendered and autism cannot be on linked.
Not all Autistic people will identify with Autigender, only those whose gender is influenced by them being Autistic.” Continue reading What is AutiGender? – The Relationship Between Autism & Gender – An Autistic Perspective
NeuroRebel here, and this week is a highly requested video from you. I am going to share some of the hints that I was Autistic growing up that were missed. So if this interests you and you are one of the ones that has been asking about this, please stay tuned as we dive in. Continue reading Hints & Signs I Was Autistic – Why My Autism Was Missed Growing Up
In the first session of the NeuroTaboo Series – Jude Morrow, founder of Neurodiversity Training International and Christa Holmans of Neurodivergent Rebel & Neurodivergent Consulting discuss Neurodiversity and Faith. – Space is extremely limited. Reserve your spot now! Continue reading Neurotaboo Series KickOff – Neurodiversity and Religion (January 25, 2021)
I’ve been having a lot of great conversations this year. Here is one of those great conversations with Steve Dailey about including Autistic & Neurodivergent people in the workplace. Continue reading Luminary Interview – Christa Holmans: Neurodiversity – Everyone Has A Place In The Workplace
I recently was invited by Autism Career Pathways to have a discussion on the intersectionality between being Autistic/Neurodivergent and LGBTQIA. Continue reading Autism & Gender Diversity with Autism Career Pathways
When I first discovered I was Autistic at the age of 29, it was because I was going through Autistic burnout and that’s because I was in a perpetual state of burning myself out because I didn’t know I was Autistic and I didn’t know how to establish healthy boundaries with the neuro-typical people around me that kept insisting I didn’t really need the things I was saying I needed. Continue reading Setting and Maintaining Boundaries when You are Autistic or Neurodivergent
Hey everyone, NeuroRebel here and this week, we’re going to talk about visual thinking – the good, the bad, the ugly, how this impacts communication. Continue reading Autism, Visual Thinking, & Communication – An Autistic Perspective
I recently had the extreme pleasure of being a guest on the fantastic 21 & Sensory Podcast. I’ve been a fan of 21 & Sensory’s art & Instagram page for a while, so it was TRULY an honor to get to speak to Emily – one of my favorite artists. Continue reading 21 & Sensory Podcast Episode 26 – Guest Appearance