Here’s your friendly reminder that autism and seizures sometimes go hand in hand. Not always, but sometimes it does. Person with blonde hair and glasses is wearing a light green/blue shirt and a black cardigan. They have several electrodes glued to their head for an EEG to test for seizures. Had an ambulatory EEG this … Continue reading Autism and Epilepsy
Why Autism Acceptance?
Happy Autism Acceptance Day! April is generally one of my least favorite months, but I'm trying really hard to focus on it being Autism Acceptance Month - instead of paying as much attention to all the harmful "light it up blue" things. I'm too close to burnout to be able to deal with it this … Continue reading Why Autism Acceptance?
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
Executive Functioning and Independent Living
This past Saturday, I presented at the 2nd Annual Southeast Adult Autism Symposium! It was a very fun experience, and I met lots of interesting people. As always, I try to upload the presentation information online. I know it's difficult for some people to attend these events, whether it's due to cost, distance, or other … Continue reading Executive Functioning and Independent Living