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Blogs by Students and Advocated
Autistic Hoya by Lydia Brown
Lydia is autistic activist/attorney, who identifies as disabled, queer, asexual-spectrum, genderqueer/non-binary and sometimes read as feminine, and transracially and transnationally adopted east asian person of color from China (into a white adoptive family).
Julia Bascom is an Autistic woman, writer, and self-advocate. She writes about: autistic identity, community, and language, disability rights, theory vs. praxis,and autism acceptance.
Action Behavior Center-- Top 35 Blogs
The online autism community continues to flourish as more parents, teachers, and autism therapists create blogs to share their experiences. Many individuals who are on the autism spectrum themselves have also taken to the Internet to share their journeys with others.
William & Mary Neurodiversity Iniative
Includes presentations on creating an inclusive classroom and decoding the hidden rules about office hours, seminars, and lecture-style classes.
A project of Autistic Self Advocacy Network.
Wrong Planet is the web community designed for individuals (and parents / professionals of those) with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, PDDs, and other neurological differences. We provide a discussion forum, where members communicate with each other, an article section, with exclusive articles and how-to guides, a blogging feature, and more.
Asperger/Autism Network-- Adult Resources
We offer many options for learning, community building, and problem solving to individuals with Asperger profiles who are over 18 and post-high school.
TED Talks playlist: Autism Spectrum