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I Just Learned I Have Autism. Where Do I Go from Here?

"I Have Autism" You play it over and over in your mind. "I have autism." "How did this happen?" you wonder. Kids have autism. Boys have autism. Full grown, adult

By | March 28th, 2018|Categories: Adult, College, Her Health, Her Style, Herself, Teen, Young Adult|Tags: , , |Comments Off on I Just Learned I Have Autism. Where Do I Go from Here?

Could I Have Autism? Is That Even Possible?

It Can’t Be ME, But It Can’t NOT Be ME “Could I have autism?" you wonder. "It can’t be me,” you think. “I don’t want to have it,” you think. Yet you realize that

By | March 26th, 2018|Categories: Her Health, Her Style, Herself|Comments Off on Could I Have Autism? Is That Even Possible?

Autism Awareness, Acceptance, or Action: Where Are We Really?

One of my contributions to Autism Awareness Month this year is going to be to take a look at where we really are. Are we working on awareness? Acceptance? Action? Maybe most importantly,

By | March 20th, 2018|Categories: Her Education, Her Health, Her Life's Work, Her Relationships, Her Style, Herself|Comments Off on Autism Awareness, Acceptance, or Action: Where Are We Really?

6 Style Suggestions You May Want to Ignore If You Are A Woman With Autism

The World Cares Seriously, the world cares what you wear. I don’t know why, but it does. “Dress for success,” and all that. As a woman with Autism, I have little or no desire

By | March 16th, 2018|Categories: Adult, Her Relationships, Her Style, Herself, High School, Teen, Young Adult|Comments Off on 6 Style Suggestions You May Want to Ignore If You Are A Woman With Autism

Autism Awareness Month: I Am Not a Puzzle Piece

We're closing in on April, so that means it's almost time for Autism Awareness Month. In the past, Autism Awareness Month found itself surrounded by controversy about whether it should be “Autism Awareness Month”

By | March 14th, 2018|Categories: Her Health, Her Style, Herself|Tags: |1 Comment

The Most Important Similarity between Accommodations and Competitive Advantage

In the world of issues like autism, ADD/ADHD, mental illness, physical illness/disability, terms like “504 plan,” “IEP,” and “accommodations” are commonplace. As a multi-outcome-single-tasker, however, I want to suggest that along that same vein

By | January 9th, 2018|Categories: Adult, Her Education, Her Life's Work, Her Purpose, Her Style, Middle School, Teen, Young Adult|Tags: , |Comments Off on The Most Important Similarity between Accommodations and Competitive Advantage
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