Hello, dear readers! I am very excited to announce that my book Shake it Up! How to be young, autistic, and make an impact was released just yesterday and is now available for purchase. I am so very excited to finally see this book, after multiple years in the making, finally be released to the … Continue reading Shake it Up! How to be young, autistic, and make an impact: Book now available
Sensory Eating is not Picky Eating
I want you to imagine that you are a kid once again, maybe ten or eleven years old. You are sitting down in the evening with your family for dinner. The table is set, and your parents bring out what will be tonight's entree: a cut of cold, raw chicken breast. It's slimy pink mass … Continue reading Sensory Eating is not Picky Eating
Interview: What is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome?
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is a common co-occurrence with autism, but just what is it? Here we interview my friend with EDS to learn more.
International Disability Day of Mourning 2022
It’s March 1st, which means it’s once again the International Disability Day of Mourning. This is a day dedicated to mourning the losses of disabled people who were murdered, usually by parents or caregivers, because of their disability. It’s a solemn day for the disability community, and should be a solemn day for anybody who … Continue reading International Disability Day of Mourning 2022
Speaking of Autism… 2021 Year in a Review
Set off the fireworks, everyone! Happy New Year! And of course, it's time for another Year in a Review, where I'll list the ten most-read posts from 2021 so that anyone who happens to find this page can go see what all the buzz is about. But first, I have a couple announcements to make, … Continue reading Speaking of Autism… 2021 Year in a Review
Think Before you Post – Autistic people deserve consent and privacy too
According to the Miriam Webster online dictionary, “consent” is defined as “compliance in or approval of what is done or proposed by another” or as “a voluntary agreement.” These are simple definitions of a common-knowledge seven letter word. And yet consent is perhaps one of the most important concepts for people of all ages to … Continue reading Think Before you Post – Autistic people deserve consent and privacy too