In this blog post, I will summarise both of these models, and talk about how it influences the way we think about disability.
In this blog post, I will talk about my views on autism being considered a disability, as well as raise some important points to be aware of when thinking about the disability aspect of autism.
In this blog post, Mollie and I will talk further about the importance of setting boundaries, and give some boundaries that we recommend that autistic people consider setting.
Autism and intersectionality is a topic that is important but not talked about anywhere as near as enough as it should. In this blog post, I will talk about this topic in more detail.
In this blog post, I will talk about the main challenges autistic people face whilst at school, the challenges schools face when it comes to supporting autistic people, as well as my own personal experiences of school.
In this blog post, I will bring together two topics that I enjoy writing about, which are autism and friendships.
This is a guest post from Chloe, where she talks about her experience of receiving an autism diagnosis.
From my own experiences of being on the autistic spectrum, as well as talking to others on the spectrum, it is clear that people on the autistic spectrum can sometimes feel lonely. This is an aspect of autism that is overlooked a lot. In this blog post, I will discuss this topic further.
In this blog, I share the benefits to be gained from implementing the specific support that people on the autistic spectrum may require to thrive in the workplace, especially at times of uncertainty.
Navigating a neurotypical workplace can be challenging for people on the spectrum, and in this blog I go into more detail in some of the specific challenges faced.