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2018 Love & Autism Conference

2018 Love & Autism Conference

If you attended the Love & Autism conference and want to tell us about your experience or submit pictures or video, do it here! The Social Buzz Share your story of the 2018 Love & Autism Conference...

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Love & Autism Events are Here!

Love & Autism Events are Here!

Learn about the neurodiversity movement and how it supports the development of healthy autistic identities with Morénike Giwa Onaiwu and Love & Autism.

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Serving as the Bridge to Autism Identity

Serving as the Bridge to Autism Identity

As a mother of autistic children, when you see that your children are struggling with so many deficiencies and challenges, you know the work will be exhausting, but nothing more incredible than serving them as a bridge to get them to their destiny.

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Love and Autism

Love and Autism

In autism many people don’t believe we can experiment this kind of love. I say we feel love just like everyone else.

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Autistic Power on the Job

Autistic Power on the Job

Endowed with the want to do their best and remain honest and loyal, autistic workers are not likely to cut corners when under deadlines, nor steal, cheat, or try to gain the upper hand. And an autistic worker will not commonly leave out pertinent information or fabricate facts to beat the workplace competition or gain recognition.

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What has Changed at Love & Autism 2018?

What has Changed at Love & Autism 2018?

After every conference we gather to discuss what went well, acknowledge the misses, and engage in discussion about the ways next year’s conference can be better. Growth is highly valued in a conference put together by a group of clinicians. We recognize that risks, although hard, can lead to new beginnings and a richer experience.

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Coming Out from Under the Radar

Coming Out from Under the Radar

Growing evidence is telling us that autistic women are sometimes deeply empathetic, and eager to be involved in the world. We observe social cues more carefully than men. We camouflage our symptoms.

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