Keeping a diary can be a tremendous tool for self-reflection and understanding, at least in my experience.
Autism assessments for adults are not as structured as those for children. The issue with this is that there is not a standard process for adults in BC. Here are somethings to know while preparing for adult assessment.
Succeeding as an autistic student comes with challenges, but these helpful tips might make it easier to do well in post-secondary school.
The Mental Health Literacy Guide for Autism is meant for Autistic adults, family members, professionals, policy-makers & leaders. The goal of the guide is to provide knowledge about the factors that can impact Autistic mental health. It highlights how context & individual experiences play roles one’s mental health, and how societal acceptance and appreciation of autism is critical for the better support and well-being of Autistic adults.
Aly Laube is an AutismBC content collaborator and a late-diagnosed autistic person. In this blog, they share their experience “coming out” as autistic.
My Self-Discovery Journey Mac: I initially came out in 2017 as something along the lines of gay, but I also knew that I was starting […]
On October 25th, we were given the opportunity to celebrate our #EverydayAutismHeroes at the 2020 BC Autism Awards, presented by Applewood Auto Group! It was a truly inspiring […]