I've been working on this post for several months, and I finally finished it! It's been a bit hard to write things since the most recent brain injury, as there's been a few health issues since - seizures, worsening complex migraines that mimic strokes, and most recently a diagnosis of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (although that's been … Continue reading All About AAC: A Guide to Augmentative and Alternative Communication Options!
October is definitely one of my favorite months. It's spooky candy time, the weather gets a little less awful, and it's an awareness month for a few different things: dysautonomia, disability employment, and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)! I've done a post on Dysautonomia Awareness Month before, but I hadn't done one for AAC Awareness … Continue reading AAC Awareness Month! (Bonus: AAC Discount List)
Content is very heavy and emotional. Please take care of yourself if reading. Grief: noun; deep and poignant distress caused by or as if by bereavement I've found that death isn't something people want to talk about. It's one of those things that everyone knows exists - but no one acknowledges it. Over the … Continue reading Autism in Grief
Content note: this is a very emotional post and talks about some distressing things. I'm in several online autism-centered parent groups. This is mainly so I can offer support and also learn - as I like learning about resources around to help advise families and friends. Want to know a secret? I hate it. You … Continue reading We’re Listening