As I've appreciated autistic art, I've noticed commonalities. Let's take a moment to explore some beautiful pieces.
Someday they'll find an autism cure, and the birds will come to me to sing, and I'll become a princess, and all my problems will disappear...
Article after article says that autistics think autism isn't a disability. But that's wrong. Why do people say that, and what is a disability, really?
My disability impacts many areas of my life. That doesn't mean my life isn't worth living.
What is it like to have Down syndrome? Let's ask my sister.
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.
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"?