All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘autistic’

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Hey, Neurotypicals: THINK Before Doing These Things

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We all have things that seem to annoy us to no end. Traffic, a never-ending conversation, or hearing someone loudly […]

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Talking About Disabilities

Words Matter: The Dos and Don’ts When Talking About Disabilities

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Words matter. They help us understand each other and the things around us. Sometimes well-intentioned people do not know how […]

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New Year's Goals

Complicated New Year’s Goals: 21 On and Off the Spectrum

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When I volunteered to write this blog post, I was given the suggestion to write about hopes I have in […]

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Novel Situations: A Huge Stressor for Adults with Autism

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A novel situation is a scenario that’s unique and unexpected.  If there’s an event that you either don’t recognize or […]

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New Medical Initiative: Connecting Doctors, Parents, and Adults on the Autism Spectrum

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The following presentation by Dr. Faith Frankel gives practical advice to physicians, parents, and adults with autism on how to […]

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MHAF Media | “Autism in Adulthood: Building the Future”

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Watch to learn more about issues affecting adults with autism – a group that is often ignored by our society. […]

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Empowering Leadership

Equipping Tomorrow’s Leaders

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Learning to better speak up for yourself and realizing the authority you have over personal decisions are important life skills […]

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