Late diagnosed

Older female presenting person on a swing looking very happy symbolising the joy of being diagnosed late in life.

Neurodivergent coping or why being diagnosed can save lives and bring a better understanding of one’s individual needs.

ABA and the link to LGBTQA+ conversion therapy

Young gender nonconforming person lying on a rainbow flag on a lawn symbolising happiness at being themselves free from ABA aka autism therapy or LGBTQA+ conversion therapy

ABA is highly controversial and is widely condemned for resulting in life-long trauma. The ABA methods were also applied in the original LGBTQA+ conversion therapy study in the 1970s.

The lost autistic generation

Feminine representing POC falling backwards in purple water representing the lost generation of autistics

A new study finds that people who learn they are autistic when they are younger may have a heightened quality of life and sense of well-being in adulthood.

Dear autism parents

Recent reflections on autistic identity after an interaction with an autism parent

Autism in the workplace

Autism in the workplace young autistic person getting the thumbs down

It’s estimated that up to 90% of autistic adults are unemployed. That’s completely off the chart. Let’s explore why that is …

What is autism?

Aros Rainbow Panorama by Olafur Eliasson for 'What is autism' blog

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a developmental condition. But as the name implies, it is just that – a spectrum …