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CDC Researchers: Over 5 Million US Adults Have Autism

For the first time ever, researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are estimating the number of American adults who have autism. More than 5.4 million people in the U.S. — or 1 in 45 — over age … Continue reading

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Why coronavirus may make the world more accessible

For many people with disabilities, options like remote working have been needed for years. Workplaces around the world have now made this shift. Are there other ways the world could become more accessible, too?

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6 Things I Did as a Kid I Didn’t Realize Were Because of Anxiety

In case you weren’t aware, kids can experience anxiety! How do I know this? Because I was one of them! I can’t speak for all kids with anxiety, but I can tell you, this is what anxiety looked like for me … Continue reading

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How to Take Care of Your Mental Health Amidst Covid-19

As it upends normal life, COVID-19 is causing people to feel anxious, angry, frightened, frustrated and sad. All these feelings are normal during this pandemic, mental health experts say. But as the crisis stretches on, the prolonged isolation, financial uncertainty … Continue reading

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Handling stress due to coronavirus pandemic

We all are under unusual stress due to the coronavirus pandemic. Medical staff are on the front lines in treating those who are ill, with the knowledge that the situation will get worse before it gets better. A large percentage … Continue reading

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21 Soothing Songs Kids With Sensory Sensitivities Love (including some kids with autism)

For kids with sensory sensitivities, sometimes the world can be overwhelming. Maybe it’s too loud or too bright. Maybe there’s too many people and the stimulation from the chaos is painful. When your child experiences sensory overload, it’s time to help … Continue reading

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Does your company nurture neurodiverse talent?

Neurodivergence – also known as neurodiversity – is a term many people may not be familiar with. It refers to the community of people who have dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, are on the autism spectrum, or have other neurological functions. According … Continue reading

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Psych Central podcasts

This site has episodes usually from 30-45 minutes on a variety of topics. Psych Central is proud to host a number of weekly podcasts on a variety of mental health and topics relating to mental illness. https://psychcentral.com/podcasts/

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Aspergers from the Inside

My name is Paul and I discovered I have Aspergers at age 30. If you’re new you can check out a playlist of some of my most popular videos here: https://www.youtube.com/c/aspergersfr…

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24 ‘Harmless’ Comments That Hurt Highly Sensitive People

Highly sensitive people (HSPs) notice things that slip past many people — the brush of coarse fabric, the pull of good art, the shift as the sun pulls away from the cloud cover. They feel things deeply and are easily affected … Continue reading

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