Invisible Disability

Do you know how many flights I’ve missed? Wallets I’ve lost? Cell phones lost or stolen? Speeding tickets and traffic citations, classes I’ve failed for not completing the final project or work that I did but did not turn in? Relationships I’ve ruined, missed...

Sensory Processing

  The majority of autistic people experience atypical sensory processing to some degree. This doesn’t necessarily mean that we are always sensitive to certain sensations or input. Atypical sensory processing simply means that sensory input can be experienced as...

Employing and Empowering Neurodivergents

Many believe neurodivergence refers only to autism, or to people who can’t work, or people who only work certain jobs, such as warehouse workers, document processors, or in tech roles, such as coding or IT, but neurodivergents work in all fields at all levels....