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Please consider NAMI Fresno this #GivingTuesday and support our work to reduce stigma, raise awareness for mental illness and educate our community about the important of mental health. We advocate for increased resources, removal of the barriers to care, and a improved system of care for people living with mental health challenges and serious mental … Continue reading Support NAMI Fresno this #GivingTuesday!
https://youtu.be/HPdbmaM2Iho FND is due to a problem with the functioning of the nervous system and thought to be the result of the brain’s inability to send and receive signals properly, rather than disease. Help us Give Hope FND Hope has supported thousands of individuals in over 175 countries. Online peer-to-peer groups bring comfort and support to sufferers … Continue reading Giving HOPE on #GivingTuesday | FNDHope.org
This article’s been a long time coming. And it’s not just for autistic people. When I wrote the growing up advice article, I wrote it while looking back at how I grew up. When I wrote the bullying article, I wrote it while looking back at when I was bullied. When I wrote the… Source: … Continue reading How I put anxiety in its place – Autistic Not Weird
VICE Published on Nov 27, 2018SUBSCRIBED 10M A new wave of activism by disabled Americans has quickly gained momentum under the Trump administration in response to federal policies they feel are threatening their community on issues ranging from healthcare, to education, to fundamental civil rights. VICE’s Ryan O’Connell, who lives with cerebral palsy, joined hundreds of … Continue reading Fighting the Use of Electric Shocks on People with Disabilities – YouTube
This article was written by Emma Dalmayne, an autistic advocate, activist, and writer from the UK. It was originally published on her website and is reprinted here with her permission. Parents often ask with concern why when their child has made a gain of some kind in development do they seem to reverse in others?… … Continue reading Moving forward while glancing back… – Learn From Autistics