No matter which holidays you celebrate around year-end, if you have a gift to give to an autistic person in your life, these are great options to consider.
Here are some tips for keeping the occasion as sensory-friendly as possible, whether you’ve hosted autistic folks before or not.
We asked our autistic content creator Aly Laube to share some advice on how managers can better support autistic employees.
This pride month, we’d like to highlight the many autistic queer people in our community and challenge pride event organizers to think about accessibility.
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