mcdutchie, to actuallyautistic avatar

‘Spurred by new archival research and public comments by [Judy] Singer about trans people, a group of autistic academics and advocates argue that “” should be credited to the early online community instead.’

@neurodiversity @actuallyautistic

twan, to actuallyautistic avatar

One big advantage of being #actuallyautistic is, for me, that I'm so used to #crises in my life (heck, life is one big #crisis to me), when something happens that NT's perceive as a crisis, I usually don't blink an eye.

"Oh, but you stayed so calm and handled the situation!" – Nope, you're just used to see me on a daily basis in constant crisis mode.


EmilyMoranBarwick, avatar

@twan This truly is an #ActuallyAutistic superpower!

It can also be a bit absurd…I’m remarkably calm & level-headed in “legitimate” life-threatening crises. But change my schedule suddenly?!?

On a related note…I used to think I was “weak” because everything was so damn hard & intense

Once I learned about my #neurodiversity, I realized I’m weathering things every damn day that would break most people. We’re actually strong as hell…we have to be


lizzard, to ADHD German avatar

Parents of #adhd children: how do you help your kids to sit still, especially in (the first few years of) school?

@adhd #neurodiversity

stevesilberman, to random avatar in Portland is one of my favorite booksellers on Earth, and I'm so honored that Powell's on Hawthorne is featuring my book , along with superb books by Devon Price, Hannah Gadsby, and others, to celebrate this month.

theADHDAcademic, to ADHD avatar

I want to do another PhD focusing on ADHD students and what formal accommodations, teaching methods, and course structures help ADHDers learn.

Who wants me?

#ADHD #Neurodiversity

theADHDAcademic, to random avatar

"Professional" is often code for neurotypical and I am so fucking over it.

nickythehero, to random avatar

Sometimes, Autistic and ADHD Burnout hits you automatically. It feels like fight or flight mode because it feels like everything is happening all at once. Here are some examples of Autistic and ADHD Burnout #ActuallyAutistic #Neurodivergent #AutisticAdvocacy #AutismAcceptance #neurodiversity

samuelbell, to psychology avatar

Seeking participants 🚨.

Measuring metacognitive differences in facial emotional judgments.

Open to all


rohini, to random avatar

Re-plugging an old article that my friend, mentee and former colleague Mythri Prabhakara wrote about learning digital security over approximately 8 months while navigating her #neurodivergence and other intersectional identities, and a pandemic to boot.

(I’ve shared an archived link because the footnotes and text currently displaying are a bit weird.)


KaCi, to random avatar

For me being means that I came into this world, screaming because it has been too overwhelming and this feeling never stopped since then. It can be beautiful to have sensitive senses, but this world is currently not made for this. Most people experience the world in a different way and don't understand your level of intensity.

KaCi, avatar

It would be nice if more people would be aware of the fact that there are people who experience the world in a different way and that is not an error but a part of

RosannaSibora, to Autism avatar

𝗔𝗽𝗿𝗶𝗹 𝟮𝗻𝗱: 𝗪𝗼𝗿𝗹𝗱 𝗔𝘂𝘁𝗶𝘀𝗺 𝗔𝘄𝗮𝗿𝗲𝗻𝗲𝘀𝘀 𝗗𝗮𝘆

𝗠𝗼𝘃𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗳𝗿𝗼𝗺 𝗦𝘂𝗿𝘃𝗶𝘃𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘁𝗼 𝗧𝗵𝗿𝗶𝘃𝗶𝗻𝗴

👥 Worldwide about 1 in 100 children has autism (WHO).

👶 Characteristics may be detected in early childhood at the age of 2, but autism is often not diagnosed until much later (4-5 years old).

#autism #autismspectrum #WAAD

RosannaSibora, avatar

🧠 brings different perspectives and ways of thinking, as well as nonconformity. All so important to drive change and . However, it needs an inclusive culture to make people thrive.

🚀 People with autism spectrum can have a significant impact on the world. Like Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein or Michelangelo.

transactualuk, to Autism avatar

It's #AutismAcceptanceWeek and we're delighted to share a new article from the wonderful Katie Munday on their experience as an Autistic trans person.

You can read it at

#Autism #Neurodiversity #Trans #Transgender #Nonbinary #Neurodiverse #LGBTQIA #LGBTQI #LGBTQ #LGBT #Queer #NeuroQueer

theADHDAcademic, to random avatar

Any other neurodivergent folks get every question wrong in the university's cyber security training or is that just me? I can almost always think of an exception to an answer and am currently failing mine.

BeAware, (edited ) to ADHD avatar

Being AuDHD is SO fun....😩🤦‍♂️

ADHD - I can't remember where I put my phone.

Friend - I'll ring it for you

Autism - It's on silent in case
someone calls

#ADHD #neurodivergent #neurodiversity #neurodiverse #neurodivergence #ADHDmemes #AuDHD #ADHDer #Autism #Autistic #SocialAnxiety

BeAware, to ADHD avatar

My problem is, I am a guy who likes the idea of doing so many things, but in reality only has the energy or motivation to want about doing those things rather than actually doing them.😩

#ADHD #neurodivergent #neurodiversity #neurodiverse #neurodivergence #ADHDmemes

BeAware, to ADHD avatar
DivergentDumpsterPhoenix, to Autism avatar
BeAware, to ADHD avatar
FractalEcho, to Parenting avatar

A recording of my latest event "What Happens Next?" Is available.

This session is for parents of children with neurodevelopmental conditions (neurodivergence). It is a part of my project for Indiana LEND.

#Neurodiversity #Parenting

BeAware, to ADHD avatar
suswatibasu, (edited ) to books avatar

📚 Meet our guest writer - Underdogs author Chris Bonnello on the importance of neurodivergent representation

"Fiction is an underrated battleground when it comes to neurodivergent acceptance"

spookygirl, to random avatar

I'm super proud of my fellow BFS committee members E.M. Faulds & David Green for being so open & vulnerable about what it's like to be a neurodiverse writer. I already posted Beth's piece, but as we continue the BFS's celebration of Neurodiversity Week , here BFS Secretary David Green is searingly honest about what it’s like to be autistic and a writer—especially one who writes about neurodiverse characters.

cmdrmoto, to random avatar

Has anyone else noticed how history seems to remember the names of so many folks whose behaviors we would now describe as ““ or “”?

How many savants?

How many geniuses?

How many intellectual heroes of the modern world remain virtually unknown?

Could it be because the modern genius’s works are appropriated by their employers and remain “trade secrets”?

cmdrmoto, avatar

With the extraordinary representation of #neurodiversity in STEM fields, one might argue that “#autismcauses vaccines :blobfoxcrylaugh:

(Quote from video linked above)

BeAware, to music avatar

So....I feel like I'm pretty weird when it comes to certain things I really enjoy.

Music for example. I LOVE music. All kinds. Rock, Pop, HipHop, Classic and all of the subgenres that those genres created....with the exception of Country.

I just CANNOT Country. There's just something about the "twang" sound of it that just makes me cringe, if that makes any sense.

Does anyone else have something like this where they LOVE almost everything about a particular topic or hobby, except ONE particular subset of it?

Or is it just me?

#Music #Neurodivergent #Neurodiversity #Hobby #Interests

BeAware, to ADHD avatar
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