Breaking down the sense of touch and how it may be perceived differently by autistic people.
Find out why do so many autistic people chew on things.
Autistic and non-autistic people have differing communication styles in both obvious and not-so-obvious ways. It’s not that one style is right and the other is wrong, it’s just different. One of the many commonly-cited differences between autistic and non-autistic communication is that autistic people are generally more black and white with communication where non-autistic people … Continue reading Navigating Autistic Communication (and Social Grey Area)
Humans have way more than five senses! Learn about the others and some ways they may impact autistic people with different sensory systems.
Today I'd like to talk about something I've mentioned several times before but I feel deserves a blog post all on its own. I'd like to talk about why it is that many autistic people have trouble initiating new tasks, and also sometimes simply switching tasks. Task Initiation Task initiation is exactly what it sounds … Continue reading Task Initiation, Executive Functioning, and Autistic Inertia