Archive | Shannon Des Roches Rosa of Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism (TPGA) | #AutisticHistory #AutisticAlly

Shannon Des Roches RosaOf Thinking Person’s Guide To Autism Shannon Des Roches Rosa is our senior editor and co-founder, and manages our social media and content. She writes about autism and parenting for Washington Post and Spectrum, among other outlets. She is the parent of three autistic and neurodivergent children—all of whom are all now bigger than she is. Via …

Archive | The Thinking Person’s Guide To Autism (TPGA) | #AutisticHistory #NothingAboutUsWithoutUs

Thinking Person’s Guide To Autism (TPGA) [image: Watercolor version of our logo: Black all-caps sans serif text on a white background reading, "Thinking Person's Guide to Autism." "Person's" is in white text, inset in a red rectangle with a pointed end on its right.] Autism info for Autistics, professionals, & parents.  http://www.thinkingautismguide.com  Thinking Person's Guide to Autism …

Archive | David Gray-Hammond | #ActuallyAutistic #AutisticHistory

David Gray-Hammond David is an autistic adult living in the UK. He is Chief Operating Officer at NeuroClastic, he is in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, and has experienced several complex mental health conditions. His special interests are autism, addiction, mental health, and sexuality and all the places where those things intersect. He is …

Archive | Sallie Bernard of SafeMinds & Autism Speaks | #AutisticHistory #StopBigAutism #BanABA

Sallie Bernard Sallie Bernard was a member of AutismSpeaks from 2007 to 2017. She served on their Family Service Committee, Science Committee of the board, and the Community Advisory board for science. Bernard was formerly the Board President of Cure Autism Now (CAN) and a co-founder of the CAN New Jersey Chapter. She helped launch …

Archive | Karen Siff Exkorn of Autism Speaks & NYCA | #AutisticHistory #StopBigAutism #BanABA

Karen Siff Exkorn is #NotAnAutisticAlly Karen Siff Exkorn is the author of ”The Autism Sourcebook.” This book was distributed worldwide by Autism Speaks. Exkorn touts she recovered her son via intensive ABA. This is a myth and a false claim to promote the “therapy.” Exkorn is also a New York Center for Autism board member. …