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Spring Cleaning: Organization Solutions for Autism

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Clutter in a living space can be a huge stressor for people with autism because it can contribute to sensory overload and overall stress levels. An unorganized and messy space can also make simple tasks more difficult because a larger amount of time may need to be dedicated to finding needed items. Although organization can be difficult for many and […]

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“Tell Us About Yourself”: Autistic Adults Confront the Dreaded Job Interview

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As I find myself graduating from college this spring, the interview process for potential jobs seems like the most daunting […]

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Helping Your Loved One with Autism Cope With Feelings of Loss

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Losing a loved one, a pet, a valuable object, or a routine can be distressing for anyone, causing grief, anxiety, […]

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video games and autism

Video Games and Autism: Helpful or Harmful?

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It can happen to anyone. You start playing Minecraft or Skyrim, and before you know it, hours have passed and […]

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let's get physical

Let’s Get Physical: Exercise, Socialization, and SPIRIT Club

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“Let’s Get Physical” is a two-part series on the importance of exercise for autistic adults. Stay tuned for Part II. […]

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adults with autism

What I’ve Learned from Other Adults with Autism: Carla and Clarity

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“Carla” is a redhead with freckles and cropped hair. She loves the Patriots, calls herself a tomboy, and has a […]

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scheduling your day

You Aut to Know: Scheduling Your Day with Success

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John Lennon famously said “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making plans.” In other words, things happen […]

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Police Interaction and Autism: Building Positive Relationships

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Individuals with autism are significantly more likely to come into contact with law enforcement officials over the course of their […]

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How Campus Models Help Seniors with Intellectual Disabilities Stay Connected

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Bill, a charming 56-year-old Southern gentleman sits proudly under the lifetime’s worth of taekwondo medals and the sashes from being […]

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Designing Living Spaces for Autism on a Budget

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As someone who is deaf, I have personally experienced the impact of architectural and design strategies utilized in the creation […]

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Winter Sports for People of All Abilities: Adaptive Skiing Centers in the USA

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Did you know that most winter sports, including skiing, can be adapted for individuals with disabilities? Individuals who live in […]

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