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Welcome to the next instalment of our “Unmasking Autism” series, where we highlight some of the major themes from our recent “Ask Us Anything” webinar event. We have covered language, disclosure and, in our last article, autistic masking. One of the motivations behind this event and series was to get people to ask uncomfortable questions...
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In our last article, Tonie and Jean-Julien answered questions about how to respond if someone discloses that they are autistic and advice on avoiding assumptions and stereotyping. The discussion then progressed to masking and what role masking plays in understanding and being aware of someone’s identity. Jean-Julien and Tonie shared their personal experiences with masking:...
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In the first blog of this series from our recent “Ask us Anything” event, we discussed questions we received about language: What words to say, what not to say, questions about the medical versus social model of autism, etc. The next major theme is based on questions we received about disclosure. Things like “How do...
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One of the most prominent themes emerging from our invitation to submit anonymous questions was language: What words to say, what not to say, questions about the medical versus social model of autism, etc. We turned the question over to our experts.
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Recently, we hosted an “Ask Us Anything” webinar. We invited guests to submit questions anonymously to our autistic neuroinclusion experts.
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Meetings and social events can present unique challenges for your autistic team members. This includes virtual gatherings, like those important Zoom presentations or carefully planned team-building exercises. Whether your meetings are in-person or virtual, it is important to know how demanding these events can be for our autistic team members. Luckily, there are simple ways...
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