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Changing the world, one person at a time

As an adult on the autism spectrum, and a champion for understanding and acceptance, I try to strike the right balance between providing people with useful information and boring the pants off them.  As neurodiversity (and in particular adults with … Continue reading

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My own neurodiversity fills me with wonder and excitement – does yours?

The more I speak to parents of teens and young adults with Asperger’s (AS), the more I hear that their kids don’t want anyone to know that they have AS, they just want to be seen and treated as ‘normal’.  … Continue reading

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Context and non-transference of behavioural routines

My prospective memory (remembering to perform a planned action or intention at the appropriate time) is properly awful.  It completely and utterly sucks.  This is why I write extensive lists, about everything, in all areas of my life.  On the … Continue reading

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