My son, Tariq, is turning 40 this November. He is autistic, as well as nonspeaking, and he has a severe intellectual disability. Like many other
It has been a common belief, fostered by autism research, that autistic people have a condition referred to as mindblindness; simply put, they are assumed
People are often taken back or even insulted by the controversy about whether to refer to someone as an “autistic individual” versus an “individual with
According to Dr. Stephen Shore, “Who’s on first? What’s on second? How can autistic people make sense of the job interview process… and perhaps more
“No Clear Dividing Line” is the title of the Shrinks on Third Podcast in which I talk about families living with and loving someone on
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends strict limits on screen time for kids, and many parents are deeply worried for good reason.