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
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
When I was little my grandpa would call me "Whirling Dervish." It's because I was always spinning around in circles: spinning in place in the yard, spinning while pacing, spinning in my seat, spinning through the air as I skipped. As time has gone on my age has changed and the nickname has lost its … Continue reading Body in Motion
Autistic students regularly report experiencing trauma at school. Behaviorism is causing our schools to fail to meet the needs of autistic students.
Happy Autistic Pride Day (or belated Autsitic Pride Day, if you’re in the Eastern Hemisphere and it’s already June 19th when this goes live) to all of my autistic readers! Today is a day for us to celebrate who we are and be confident in our own neurologies! Although there already is a “World Autism … Continue reading Autistic Pride Day 2020