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I have a hearing disability and I wear a hearing aid. Sometimes it’s almost impossible to understand people, with background noise, other voices etc (basically auditory processing disorder). Now with the masks is a nightmare (although please wear them, because they are important. if you would like to help get one with a window so […]
Today is the Disability Day of Mourning, a day to remember disabled people who were killed by their caregivers. Filicide is when a parent murder their child. Although in general, it is seen as a horrifying offense, when it hits the disability community it can be seen as “understandable” and “merciful”. That is what I […]
Tw: descriptions of torture and murder Today is suppose to be Aspergers Syndrome Day, to honor Hans Asperger on his birthday. However, Hans Aspergers have a very difficult history and for me, today is “Children that died due to Hans Aspergers Day”, so let’s talk about this. Hans Asperger lended his name to the old […]
Someone comment with me that they felt uncomfortable for me to do activism for Autism and for LGBTQI, and that Autism activism should remain unpolitical. So I decided to write something about Intersectionality and activism. Activism is political. Any kind of activism, for whatever they are fighting for. We are fighting to change not only […]
What does all these people have in common? They are all #ActuallyAutistic In the picture: Dan Aykroyd – Actor and creator of Ghostbusters Sir Anthony Hopkins – Actor Tim Burton – Filmmaker Hannah Gadsby – Comedian Satoshi Tajiri – Creator of Pokemon David Byrne – Musician Dan Harmon – Creator of Rick and Morty Daryl […]
So, is ABA that efficient that should be use for all autistic children? Not at all. Although we can’t deny that ABA seems to be efficient in the moment, there is still a question on what it is efficient for, and for how long. If ABA therapy is badly used, it can be “efficient” only […]
This week, Camilo Lourenco, in Jornal de Negocios (Portugal), said the following: “The first happened when she asked:” But does anyone think that other countries are not facing exactly the same problems? ” Only an autistic person of the worst (and I apologize to the true autistic people) is able to say such stupidity considering […]
There are other neurodiversities besides Autism, which are incredibly stigmatized and branded as taboo by society. One of those neurodiversities is OCD (Obcessive Compulsive Disorder). I bring you today the account of an old neurodiverse friend, Bruno Abrantes, and his life with OCD: “Living with OCD became a reality for me in early 2015. Basically […]
Tw: Description of restraints, injuries and deaths Prone restraint is when you put the person/child facedown and sit or lay down on them, and it is use in disabled people when they have meltdowns, and I want to talk about it today. In Sia’s movie Music, we found several issues in the trailer that were […]
Autistic people and several other disabilities should be in the priority round for the new COVID-19 vaccination, so I decided to gather some social and medical reasons to support this. Medical reasons COVID-19 Mortalility rate of people with learning disabilities is 4 times higher than general population, with people between 18 and 34 years old […]
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