If you lined up a thousand Autistic people and asked them to define Masking, I doubt that any one of them would say exactly the same thing. The input, the
I've struggled massively with writing this. It's ironic really. It's taken me six weeks to start writing an article about Autistic Burnout, because I'm going through Autistic Burnout... If you saw someone going
As a parent facing the prospect that your child might be Autistic, especially when you have no previous experience of Autism, it can be a daunting and terrifying prospect.As an
All families are diverse, all families have ebbs and flows where one individual's needs are greater than the others. Recognising that and allowing each other to take the time and
"To be blunt, ultimately, most people don't give a shit about whether or not you are Autistic. Like with any invisible disability, if it's not singing and dancing and parading
"School is like a universe of sensory and overwhelm shoved in a bottle, cork applied and shaken up. Remove the cork and it explodes in your face." I've never written much
I spend a lot of time on this Blog urging Parents of Autistic people to seek us out to get the answers to questions that other parents and certainly 'Professionals'
"Health and Education Professionals in the UK are, on the whole, dangerously illiterate about Autism"If you live in the UK and you believe your child is Autistic or displays behaviours