Parents, teachers, therapists and caregivers may wonder what it's like to be an autistic person with anxiety issues. Today, I talk about my experiences and how to be helpful to someone like me.
What is it like to have Down syndrome? Let's ask my sister.
Let's take a deep dive into what makes readers like a character, using Glitter from Silent Voice as an example.
If your access to resources is limited, you may be considering self diagnosis. You may worry about whether you can get the help you need. Here's a guide to making the most of a tough situation.
Some people claim that self-diagnosed autistic people are gobbling up resources and making people take real autistics less seriously. But are they really? Let's get to the heart of the matter.
As an autistic person, my life can be very hard, and my disability impacts me in so many ways.
What would it be like, to be a person with Down syndrome and hearing that you are the way that you are because of a mistake? To hear that you are defective? That you exist as the result of an "error"?
Calling people ableist, even when it's true, rarely results in productive conversation. So what do you do when someone says something awful? Here's a starting place.
I remember returning to my hometown, after years spent away. This is my story.