Autism And Financial Management To Avoid Debt Traps

Money Makes The World Go Around When it comes to money, autism is a double-edged sword. Good budgeting skills can help avoid taking on debts. However, those with autism may have trouble saving up for emergencies or handling the unexpected costs that need to be paid ASAP. If you know somebody with autism and they…… Continue reading Autism And Financial Management To Avoid Debt Traps

What Exactly Is The Autism Spectrum?

Everybody Knows Someone It seems as if everyone knows someone who is ‘on the spectrum, the general idea of the autism spectrum, if not an actual diagnosis. “Autism” may be a widely used term for those with social and communication difficulties, but it’s certainly not all-encompassing; those on the autism spectrum have a wide range…… Continue reading What Exactly Is The Autism Spectrum?

Autistic Burnout

            One of the most devastating aspects of autism is known as autistic burnout . Autistic burnout occurs when individuals become completely overwhelmed by their environment after trying to compensate for years with sensory sensitivities or coping mechanisms that they developed on their own. The aftereffects of autistic burnout can be severe depression and even…… Continue reading Autistic Burnout

If You’ve Met One Person With Autism

“If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism.” Dr Stephen Shore Be Kind To Us             Many people don’t know about autism, which is why it’s so important to spread awareness. It can be difficult for individuals who do not understand autism or its symptoms to comprehend why an individual…… Continue reading If You’ve Met One Person With Autism

Autism and Sarcasm, ugh…

Autism is a disorder present from birth, characterized by problems with social interaction and communication and unusually restrictive and repetitive interests and behavior. While these features can make it difficult for autistic people to participate in the world around them, even those who do not meet the criteria for diagnosis can struggle with their struggles’…… Continue reading Autism and Sarcasm, ugh…

Autism and negative memory

All of us are forgetful at times, but for people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), forgetting things is a much more common occurrence. There are various reasons for this, one being that individuals with ASD often form stronger memories associated with negative events than in the general population. Researchers from the University of Warwick in…… Continue reading Autism and negative memory

Only 15% of all Autistic Adults live independently

Individuals with Autism often face challenges in adulthood, despite their early diagnosis and treatment. Symptoms of Autism begin building at an early age, but adults with Autism frequently lack support systems to guide them through the complexities of social interaction. Limited communication skills, sensory overload, and spatial awareness can make activities such as employment difficult…… Continue reading Only 15% of all Autistic Adults live independently

I always felt like I didn’t fit in – How autism feels when you don’t know you’re on the spectrum

I grew up in a small town. I have 3 brothers and 1 sister. I am the 4th child. Ever since I can remember I was alone. I was labeled as a weird kid. I remember that I was confused about the fact that I was not allowed to be in the same company as…… Continue reading I always felt like I didn’t fit in – How autism feels when you don’t know you’re on the spectrum

1000 All Time Views!!! – Thank you for taking the time to read this narrative about me and my attempt to master high-functioning Autistic Savant syndrome with co-morbid ADHD and OCPD

Thank you for taking the time to read my ramblings. I am not sure where this journey would lead to but I am taking you with me! Thank you for the donations so far, you help me more than I can imagine : 3 x Virtual Coffee 7 x small donations And to the one…… Continue reading 1000 All Time Views!!! – Thank you for taking the time to read this narrative about me and my attempt to master high-functioning Autistic Savant syndrome with co-morbid ADHD and OCPD