Some autistic people find comfort in specific objects. What happens when they’re not available anymore?
After 12 years of loyal and increasingly glitchy service, my beloved sixth-generation black 80GB iPod Classic finally died this summer, taking a small chunk of my ability to function in the outside world
The writer Joanne Limburg always knew other people found her somehow unsettling – so much so, she felt she identified with Stephen King’s Carrie. But it was only in her 30s, while reading about autism,
Watching video of Greta Thunberg addressing the House of Parliament in London on April 24, it’s hard not to think of Cassandra, the brash young warrior of Greek myth who beseeched Apollo for the gift prophecy.
EHRC says consultation about change in policy should have taken place The National Autistic Society (NAS) is challenging a decision by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) to force autistic to
Haley Moss is one month into her practice as a lawyer. So far, so good. She has laser focus, a photographic memory and an extreme eye for detail — invaluable assets for poring over endless briefs and at
Excerpted with permission from Autism and Tomorrow: The Complete Guide to Help Your Child Thrive in the Real World by Karen L. Simmons & Bill Davis. Copyright 2018 by Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. As a parent