Reframing Autism’s Melanie Heyworth discusses how cooperative board games can be a useful resource in encouraging the skills of ‘turn-taking’ and teamwork, and the benefits such games have afforded her family.
- October 19, 2020
Guest blogger Emma Ward set out to create a community where difference was understood and accepted at a local level – a place where neurodivergent and gender diverse families could thrive. Read Emma’s story here.
- June 11, 2018
When I first read Steve Silberman’s Neurotribes, one of the many moments that stayed with me was his description of Autistics coming together with other Autistics, the liberation and joy that is finding your tribe. He describes – as do many others – that moment when Autistics come together, without judgement, without censure, without fear, free to be themselves, tangibly and profoundly. From the moment I have been reading about Autistic Space (spaces by, with and for Autistics), I have been longing for the day that I might experience them and find my “people”.