Hey humans, NeuroRebel here and this week, I am going to speak from the heart when I share with you why, in April, it’s important for us to remember that Autistic people are not broken.
This video was released to subscribers on March 8, 2021. Wider public release date, is April 28, 2021. An autism and neurodiversity blog based on personal experience. Please remember – this is only ONE autistic perspective. We are all unique. Continue reading Autism & Deficits – Autistic People Aren’t Broken NeuroTypicals
To celebrate Autism Month, Autism Explained are running a 3-day event featuring autistic speakers from all over the world, including a session from me talking about Identity and Mental Health. Continue reading Autism Explained – Autism Acceptance & Understanding Events
Hey everybody, NeuroRebel here, and today we’re talking about sensory protective gear. Continue reading Autistic Sensory Protection – Gear for Sensory Processing Differences
Recently I was invited back to the the Spectrumly Speaking audio podcast on DifferentBrains.org.
This time we spoke about holiday gift giving and receiving for and as Autistic people. Continue reading Spectrumly Speaking # 104: Gift-giving on the Spectrum
Autistic masking is when Autistic people consciously or subconsciously mask their Autistic traits in order to blend in or appear to be neurotypical.
Continue reading Camouflaging Autism – What is Autistic Masking?
We will talk about learning to read at age 1.5, late diagnosis, why being diagnosed is a huge privilege that many may never experience, the connection between being Autistic and gender-nonconforming, and MORE! Continue reading The Ben and J Show – Featuring Christa Holmans the Neurodivergent Rebel
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)
Last week we talked about self-diagnosis this week, I’m going to share with you some information about my own personal diagnosis journey and what that experience was like for me personally. Continue reading My Late Autism Diagnosis Journey
We are going to dive in and have a little chat because Paul and I were talking about the importance of having awesome allies and how you can be a good ally to autistic and neurodivergent people, and Paul has some really good questions. Continue reading Neurotypical Questions – How Can I Be a Better Ally to Autistic People? – Christa Holmans (Neurodivergent Rebel) & Paul Austin (IBM)