Neurodiversity Support & Life Hacks from Peer Experts
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Sensory Fidget Blankets for Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Autism

Do you or a loved one struggle with restless hands and a need for tactile sensory input due to dementia, Alzheimer's disease, autism, or ADHD? If so, fidget ...

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Empowering Self-Advocacy: Navigating Self-Diagnosis Conversations with Your Doctor

Have you ever found yourself traversing the vast landscape of online health platforms, searching for answers that resonate with your unique experiences? If so, ...

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Sensory Swings for Kids and Adults with Autism or ADHD: A Guide

Sensory swings are important tools to help children and adults with conditions such as autism and ADHD self-regulate and live their best lives. As an autistic ...

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Almost Autistic: What’s in My Neurodiversity Grab Bag

“There’s no such thing as being a little bit autistic.” I’ve heard this phrase many times. It’s a common refrain in the autistic community, and for good ...

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3 Autism-Friendly Decor Tips for New Homes

These autism-friendly decor tips can help make your home a welcoming sensory paradise for neurodivergent and neurotypical guests. Change can be a daunting ...

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How to Design a Sensory Garden

With the arrival of the warmer months of the year, people will be looking to spend as much time outside as possible. For loved ones that have autism or other ...

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How to Prepare a Person with Autism for Train Travel

Traveling on public transport to unfamiliar places can be intimidating for a person with autism. New situations, particularly those which involve a lot of ...

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The Ultimate Executive Dysfunction Self-Help Guide: Coping Skills to Help You Thrive

Welcome to the ultimate self-help guide for coping with executive dysfunction! If you struggle with executive functioning skills such as managing time, staying ...

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10 Sensory-Boosting Therapeutic Gifts for Kids with Autism

These sensory-friendly gifts for kids with autism are useful, therapeutic, and fun! Gift-giving is a thoughtful way to show someone that you care, and this is ...

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The Double Empathy Challenge: Understanding Motherhood from the Perspective of Autistic Moms

Many people have a basic understanding of what it's like to be a mom. They can imagine the joys and challenges, how it feels to hold your new baby, how ...

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6 Sensory-Friendly Design Tips for a Calm and Comfortable Home Environment

People with autism are commonly hypersensitive to their surroundings, from visual aspects to sounds and texture. Taking steps to make your home ...

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How to Prepare for a Stress-Free Train Journey If You Have Sensory Issues

Taking the train soon? Here’s how to prepare for a stress-free journey if you have sensory processing issues. Traveling can be stressful for anyone, but it ...

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