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Support of a Neurodivergent person must be in-line with our traits and culture in order to be SAFE, VALID and MEANINGFUL.

Laura Hellfeld

Areas I can help support

Food and eating

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Sleep

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Autistic Play

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PDA Profile of Autistics​

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Low-demand strategies

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Distress Behaviours

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Puberty

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Sensory Experiences

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Family Relationships & Friendships

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Autistic Burnout

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Creating Safe Spaces for Autistics

Upcoming Events

Come together in community and learning

Autistic Revolution Community Event, Watercolour with Cat Regi

Apr 1911:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Autistic Revolution Community Event, Watercolour with Cat Regi

A FREE community event. We are excited to welcome back Cat Regi of Badibidu to guide us through an hour of an anti-perfection water colouring session.

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Autistic Burnout Network

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Neurodivergent Advisory Committee for the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services:

I am within a committee being asked to lend “multidisciplinary lived and credentialed experience around Neurodivergent perspectives to inform and guide...

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Autistic Revolution

A magazine that may be better described as an invitation of community. Autistic Revolution is our free online magazine publication that is Autistic and...

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Scott Neilson of Autistically Scott

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