Dual Rainbows

Dual Rainbows

  Well Dear readers It is June and I did not post May’s blog even though it was written on time, edited on time, and my fabulous editor tried to help me save enough  to publish it on time, I was not able to. Funny enough June turns out to be a better timing for...
April is Autism ACCEPTANCE Month

April is Autism ACCEPTANCE Month

Happy April Dear Readers! This is a month that many advocates struggle with. Why would neurodiverse people struggle during Autism Awareness month, you might ask? We are all lighting it up blue and supporting autism awareness month, isn’t that in line with your...
No Apologies for Burn Out

No Apologies for Burn Out

Happy March Dear Readers, If anyone is paying close attention they may have noticed that there was no blog for January, and also none for February. I was going to apologize for this lack of dedication to my own advocacy and education efforts. I was going to promise to...
Autism is Often Overlooked in Women

Autism is Often Overlooked in Women

Joyous December to my Teammates, Parents, and Autistic Peers! This month I want to look at women on the spectrum.  Currently, boys are diagnosed with autism at 8 to 1 (8 boys to every girl) or 3 to 1 depending on which country you live in and which report you read. ...
The Nonexistent Post

The Nonexistent Post

Updated to add contact information: This blog began as an emailed educational endeavor to a group of my coworkers because I am an Autistic Speech Language Pathologist working in an Early Intervention setting. As push back on some of my more advocate based concepts...