There was an item on Woman’s Hour in July, ostensibly about late diagnosis of autism. It was about a woman whose mother experienced mental illness and anxiety and finally came across a psychiatrist who, looking through the notes, realised she might be autistic. Finally the interviewer said that of course she didn’t want to alarm people that anyone who might be anxious needs to get a diagnosis of autism. Unfortunately for many people the idea of…
Jorik Mol‘s blog explores the experience of being autistic during the pandemic.
Musings of an Aspie by Cynthia Kim, author of Nerdy Shy and Socially Inappropriate and other autism appropriate books.
Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg wrote brilliant blog posts dispelling the myth that autistic people lack empathy.
Judy Endow is an autistic mother and educator whose blog offers interesting and helpful insight into autistic functioning, including social functioning.
Paul Isaacs’ blog describes Paul’s various sensory experiences.
Radical Neurodivergence Speaking is a diary-type blog.
The Autism Advantage explores how autistic people approach decision-making and problem-solving, and whether we behave in a way that’s more in line with the classic economic model as a Homo Autisticus.
autistic families international aims to create change in families and communities by educating, encouraging, advocating, and upholding the rights of autistic parents, children and young people.
Actually Autistic Blogs List is an attempt at a comprehensive directory of autistic blogs written in English. It may help you discover some interesting blogs you weren’t aware of.