The Learn Play Thrive Approach Infographic
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Why My Instagram Page is Leading You Astray & Three Strategies to Get Back on Track
Why My Instagram Page is Leading You Astray & Three Strategies to Get Back on Track When I first joined Instagram, I posted this self-calming routine: Here the child asks for a hug, blows the feather, and squeezes the ball, dropping each item into the finished container after using it. When I cross-posted this to […]
Is It Sensory or Is It Behavior…Or Are We Asking the Wrong Question?
Is It Sensory or Is It Behavior…Or Are We Asking the Wrong Question? Note Watch the video above, or read the full transcript Read about identity-first language Get the details on the live training Browse More Posts View All
Nurture the Love of Learning with a Strengths-Based Approach to Autism Interventions
Nurture the Love of Learning with a Strengths-Based Approach to Autism Interventions A couple of weeks ago, a colleague* said something that hit me like a punch to the gut. She pointed out that for our autistic kids, we spend most of their school day and most of their therapy time working on the things […]
3 Surprising Phrases that Stigmatize Autistic People
3 Surprising Phrases that Stigmatize Autistic People Most of us know that the words we choose to describe autistic people matter. Nevertheless it can be tough to stay on top of what language reduces stigma and confusion and what language does just the opposite. Did you know the majority of autistic adults prefer to be […]
We can’t address disability without addressing race.
We can’t address disability without addressing race. Here’s why. Guest post by Lydia X. Z. Brown, autistic attorney and disability justice advocate. Like many autistic women and nonbinary people of color, I didn’t find out I was autistic until many years after the average white autistic man usually does in early childhood. I was 13 […]