1. You Can’t ask that You can't ask that is about the misunderstood, marginalised Australians answering anonymous online questions. What would happen if you gave people the chance to ask society’s outsiders the questions they were too embarrassed, too shy, too awkward and too scared to ask...https://autisticnick.com/2018/03/01/you-cant-ask-that/ 2. An interview with the Acting CEO of Autism… Continue reading My top three most viewed blog posts
Month: March 2018
The reality of the situation
Ever had a late night thought? I have! And I am sure that you probably have too. You may have reached out for a pen or some paper (if you are a millennial then more than likely you've reached for your phone to dictate your thoughts/ideas into that) because your too dam lazy to even… Continue reading The reality of the situation
Do you have a meltdown action plan?
Do you have a meltdown action plan? Have you written it down somewhere? Is it laminated? Can I see it? How much do you want for it? How much? I'll devise my own! But on a more serious note, if you have a meltdown action plan, and you have a meltdown in the workplace where… Continue reading Do you have a meltdown action plan?
Yes so I finally did it. Something that I never thought that I would do. I self published a book! Let's set back and take that all in. I actually published something! So when I set out I had a vague idea of how I was going to construct my book, but when it comes… Continue reading Booked!
Just the push that I needed
We've all been there, where we don't actually want to do something and we do anything else to participate in said activity. We come up with a number of excuses But at some point we need that voice that will push us to do the very thing that we have been avoiding all along. What… Continue reading Just the push that I needed
How to Talk to an Autistic Person
Autistic people may appear strange or intimidating to others, but we can be quite fun and charming if you are patient and able to take the time to get to know us. This handy guide will help explain how to talk to us. 1 Eye Contact For us eye contact isn't at the top of… Continue reading How to Talk to an Autistic Person
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