A Triptych of Triptychs for Designing for Neurological Pluralism – Ryan Boren

ANI launched its online list, ANI-L, in 1994. Like a specialized ecological niche, ANI-L had acted as an incubator for Autistic culture, accelerating its evolution. In 1996, a computer programmer in the Netherlands named Martijn Dekker set up a list called Independent Living on the Autism Spectrum, or InLv. People with dyslexia, ADHD, dyscalculia, and … Continue reading A Triptych of Triptychs for Designing for Neurological Pluralism – Ryan Boren

Take A Peek Inside: My Experience with Yoga as an Autistic Person – Edge of the Playground

I was never a healthy child. In addition to having autism, I spent many weeks in the hospital for one reason or another due to comorbid conditions. I also always seemed to get the most rare types o… Source: Take A Peek Inside: My Experience with Yoga as an Autistic Person – Edge of the … Continue reading Take A Peek Inside: My Experience with Yoga as an Autistic Person – Edge of the Playground

Highlights from Voices for Change 2018 | CPEHN

HIGHLIGHTS FROM: Voices for Change Conference Last month we convened over 200 community and healthcare leaders at our biennial conference Voices for Change: Mobilizing for Health Equity. At a time when we have seen attack after attack against the health and well-being of our communities, we came together to discuss how we can leverage our collective power to … Continue reading Highlights from Voices for Change 2018 | CPEHN