This is my response to the quite-frankly, ravingly-paranoid article I found printed in hard copy…
On labels and the illusions they create: when is a label okay, and when does it give rise to supremacy?
Employers unwittingly stifle the talent and capacity of their neurodiverse employees.
A conversation between the world and
Unintentional ableism against people with invisible diagnoses is a common problem. Learn how it affects people and how to avoid it.
The pure lack of knowledge and understanding of Autism has been the catalyst for teachers treating Scott with utter disrespect, neglect, and abuse. I am a teacher myself, and my husband is a manager in the health and disability sector. We have walked away from many meetings scratching our heads at the utter ignorance and inflexibility in attitudes and practices.
This thought experiment has been profound in helping me to understand some of the differences…
Trigger warning: this one is dark Content warning: bad poetry Fifteen years ago, I wrote…
A thought experiment in the form of a case study. What are your thoughts?
These wonderings are a mixed bag of so many thoughts, but a person’s neurological context matters. It is certainly a thing to wonder about, or if you’re me, pick apart and analyze and evaluate and solve the puzzle that is my brain, my pain, and my relationships.