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geekrenaissance · 3 minutes ago
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It's been ages since I broke out these adorable molds! I bought them to make a set for my family, in honor of my perfect little brother, but it's #autismawarenessmonth so I think it's time to get em listed! These will be available individually or as a family set 💘 & be sure to check my #instastory for sneak peeks & announcements! 🧩 . 🧩 molds by @str8outtaglitter 🧩 music: "line" by sellbuymusic . 🧩 #resin #resincraft #resinart #resincharm #art #craft #diaries #craftdiaries #artistsoninstagram #craftylife #fangirllife #autism #autismawareness #handmade #resinpour #epoxyresin #resinobsession #geekgifts #shopsmallbusiness #shopsmall #keychain #etsyseller #ecwid #uniquegift #purseaddict #pursecharm #processvideo #plannercharms https://www.instagram.com/p/CNfWj5CBN5o/?igshid=1hw96vtm8p9j8
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tfw-adhd · 10 minutes ago
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Have another meme based on the fact I've never met a fellow ADHD person who hasn't fallen in love with a fictional character at least once
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jaunnews · 30 minutes ago
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1 in 45 kids may have autism spectrum disorders, study shows
1 in 45 kids may have autism spectrum disorders, study shows
1 in 45 kids may have autism spectrum disorders, study shows – CBS News Watch CBSN Live A new report suggests autism may be more common than we thought. A government survey of parents finds as many as one of every 45 children is autistic. That is a higher percentage than other studies reported. Dr. David Agus joins “CBS This Morning” from Los Angeles to discuss the findings. Be the first to…
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mogai-headcanons · 34 minutes ago
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Yu Narukami from Persona is an autistic polyamorous panromantic amicussexual autigenderpunk person who’s in a V relationship with Yosuke Hanamura, a polyamorous bisexual person, and Rise Kujikawa, a polyamorous omnisexual gendercute demigirl! All three are friends with Kanji Tatsumi, who is bisexual and has a crush on Naoto Shirogane, an autistic GNC demiromantic person who’s questioning her sexuality!
They’re friends with Chie Satonaka, a butch omniromantic demisexual demigirl who’s dating Yukiko Amagi, an autistic femme pan lesbian, as well as Teddie, an autistic omnisexual stargender bear, Nanako Dojima, a demigirl, Ryotaro Dojima, an aromantic man with PTSD, and Marie, an autistic agender girl with PTSD and OCD!
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jenrobinsonartist · 46 minutes ago
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You aren’t alone. This was filmed a few days ago. I’m still struggling with being honest with myself about my self-diagnosis. I am valid. My experiences valid. I will heal and overcome. Things are just new and raw right now 😬 I’ve got more positive and uplifting videos planned soon. Need to organize my thoughts and plan better. Because of how my brain works I have to do these in single takes...
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mouzonetraining · 47 minutes ago
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It's not about work for me... Its about the "Quality of Sweat" Training in different modalities and environments creates Proprioceptive changes that allow you to enhance your workout without having to sacrifice intensity. It also increases the likelihood of increased activity outside of a gym environment Get Bigger Faster and Stronger. It's about #Growth, #Talent development, and Confidence Building. #MouzoneTraining  #specialneeds #baseball #football #track #basketball #volleyball #stength #seniorfitness #Conditioning #personaltrainer #personaltraining #personaldevelopment #activelifestyle #active #activity #autism #workout #workoutmotivation #selfcontrol #fitness360trinity (at Hunters Ridge) https://www.instagram.com/p/CNfRl7dHXBk/?igshid=1w863p2mjp65
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coffee-lover-666 · 51 minutes ago
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Took An Online Test
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I was given a link for a test, and this was my score which shows I have significant Autistic traits.
I’ll probably print out my answers to the test and bring to my doctor when I get one.
I hate fighting with doctors that don’t take certain insurance plans.
I will keep you all updated as I usually do as I like sharing my life online, yet I don’t like discussing it in person.
This is where I can share everything.
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vigilantsycamore · 57 minutes ago
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Autism is my superpower | Kyle Hill
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I fell asleep around 3am. I woke up just before 3pm.
I still feel dead.
Might be because I watched the ending of Supernatural last night. I don't have much of a strong connection with the characters so I didn't cry during the cry part.
But my chest did hurt as if I was ment to cry. That's new.
Then I couldn't go to sleep. Which was fun.
And thinking about the ending now, I am almost crying... Wtf.
Has my brain finally digested that clip and song?
Is this the autism part playing?
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stray-tori · an hour ago
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// autism spectrum , stimming
as a probably somewhat NT, I’ve been thinking about stims and I think the ones that aren’t self-harm-inducing are actually quite.... uh, idk how to say this without sounding belittling. Hm... I think, sincere? I guess. Authentic? “Wholesome”?
Like idk, we all have body language, right? And it’s kind of like that, just different? I feel like most people have stims when they’re nervous?? Or maybe I just never got close to a NT person :”D
I honestly don’t know how it can be seen as so unacceptable (besides being uncomfortable or distracting to witness I suppose, but even then it’s just like... idk I feel like it’s also valid to be uncomfortable but that doesn’t mean you can judge anyone for it?? idk maybe I’m too naive), especially when I feel like most of the resources I read stated that most on the spectrum try to not be disturbing with it when possible (I’m assuming there are extreme cases of course, like loud noise stims) -- to me it just feels like a visual or physical or like... acting way of showing one’s state. Like I’d compare it to how animals’ body language is different from ours but still interesting and valid -- but I don’t want to sound like I’m dehumanizing or like, babying them. I just don’t think it’s that much of a big deal. I think.
At least, in theory. I do sadly not do well with repeated movements, they make me anxious for some reason (something i never really properly thought about before a few days ago) -- like someone stroking over their leg repeatedly / petting back and worth. the slight sound it makes and my eyes being drawn to it because it moves is just--- hhh. IDK WHY IT JUST PUTS ME OFF. I wish I could not be like that because it’s so unproductive disdsj -- so in reality I probably wouldn’t do well with witnessing some stims TvT - but idk i feel like that’s my problem and not theirs?
edit: apparantly it’s called misokinesia and I suspect to have a slight case of it. yay.
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also, i’m really only basing this off of google searches and some reddit comments I’ve read. if anything sounds wrong or disrespectful, let me know, because I do not intend to do any harm, I just find it fascinating and want to understand it more thoroughly.
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This is scary... And is what I go through... But at least I kinda go in a circle with my hyperfixations and have stuck to my want to be a firefighter longer than three rotations of my hobby/fandom fixations.. 👀👀
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quinoasstuff · an hour ago
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Being autistic means having a cognitive disorder, so please let us know nicely that we did something stupid, behaved wrongly, etc. We sometimes don't have the antennae for it.
I'm still struggling with this, even when I made such huuuge steps when it comes to cognitiv thinking and I will keep trying my best to be aware of my actions.
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arkohs · an hour ago
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Day 10/30 - Autism Acceptance
April 10th: How important is representation to you? Is the representation that is out there generally good or bad? What is your favorite piece of representation? What you like to see more of in autism representation? What would you like to see less of?
Representation is so important to me, seeing characters like me is special. All of my characters are just like me because there is rarely anyone like me. And shows that centre around those peculiarities tends to villainize them, which makes me upset every time. I just want a canonically trans person who isn't evil, specialised or a side character. I want an autistic character who isn't (even though I'm a guy) only a white boy with trains. I want a black character who isn't aggressive and loud 100% of the time. I want black kids from the suburbs who are equally not whitewashed.
My current favourite is Wonder Egg Priority, I know that the darker characters are probably just Asian (I can't be 100% certain they're Japanese despite it being an anime) people with darker tones but they aren't shown as dumb and loud. AI, to me, obvious struggles with leaving her comfort zone and has a lot of the autistic traits I have. THERE'S A TRANS CHARACTER WHO ISNT EVIL: and the characters coping mechanisms with trauma vary. I love it honestly.
I want to see more black adults in autistic representation, I want to see more black girls especially. I want to see autistic people who are on different spectrum areas (everyone always seems to be the same) and I want to see more autistic people who aren’t presented as blunt assholes.
I want to see less of the glorified autism mom. My mom is an autism mom, you know what she doesn't do? That shit, any of it. I want to see fewer physical fixations. I want to see less math-based intelligence and maybe more common sense, intuition and street smarts intelligence. (Like not every autistic person is a mathlete, I'm more intelligent in the features of art and literature.) I want less of the “This family is beyond stressed because their son likes penguins and can't talk to girls.” like seriously? And my most hated, I want and need to see less of the “Oh he doesn't know any better.” it makes us seem like toddlers, plenty of autistic people know better.
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As someone who has autism herself, I am genuinely curious about people's autism headcanons.
SO.
Calling everyone...
...autistic or allistic...
...who headcanon characters as autistic,
share your headcanons with as much detail as you possibly can! By details, I mean things like special interests, how they stim, what brings them sensory overload, stuff like that. The more the better! Improvise if you have to! ('Cause that's what I do sometimes - no shame in that)
This is not mandatory - you can scroll straight past if you are uncomfortable with sharing your headcanons. I will not judge.
Nt's without autism headcanons - feel free to reblog anyways!
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sandyquill · an hour ago
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T is for Transformative
T is for Transformative, continuing on with expanding #AutismAwareness this year.
Today is brought to you by the letter “T”. Yes, really! a u T i s m is Transformative. The definition of transformative in the Merriam-Webster dictionary says it’s “causing or able to cause an important and lasting change in someone or something”. Autism definitely causes important and lasting changes. In our family, Daniel was born on the Spectrum, though I didn’t know it for years. In other…
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whowantstobeaphd · 2 hours ago
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New Much Language Such Talk episode!
This episode is about Bilingualism and Autism. It's so good that they don't just interview someone who does research in this area but also someone who lives this everyday! Did you have doctors, teachers, or friends tell you you can't learn a second language? They're wrong.
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em00-b0y · 2 hours ago
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Its not that obvious in autistic i mask very well
Also me:
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nagichi-boop · 2 hours ago
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I can’t tell if:
(a) I have OCD but it’s just being more quiet recently
(b) I have OCD but other conditions are masking it a lot rn
(c) I have OCD but since I can’t tell when I’m having symptoms I just think it’s better rn, or
(d) I never had OCD to begin with and it was just a stupid obsession/hyperfixation for a while.
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