What is your neurotype?

Accessible text version The image is a diagram of a coffee cup, with ovals representing what can go in it. These are the levels from the bottom up: Neurotypical – choose strength Autism – 3 flavours Dyslexia – 3 flavours ADHD – 3 flavours Other neurodivergent or comorbid conditions – Wide selection Everything else BracketContinue reading “What is your neurotype?”

COVID-19 help round-up

As things are getting better – fingers crossed – I’ve moved my COVID-19 help round-up off my homepage to here on the blog. I’m still offering everything I offered before, including the free sessions. However, I have committed to some exciting new community projects, which means I will have to stop the free sessions soon.Continue reading “COVID-19 help round-up”

Autistic? Here’s how you can help Black Lives Matter

If you’re autistic and white, you might want to get involved in Black Lives Matter but not really know how to. You might be afraid of doing it wrong. Or you might worry about harming your mental health. I’m autistic and white too. I’ve been listening to a lot of black people lately and hereContinue reading “Autistic? Here’s how you can help Black Lives Matter”

How to work from home when you’ve got kids, ADHD, autism and a ****load of stuff to do

You’ve got the laundry on. You’ve made some coffee. You’ve sat down at your desk ready for the day and you’re all set. But then what happens? An email from your auntie lands in your inbox. You start to reply but then your phone dings with a message from your WhatsApp neighbourhood group. You’ve alsoContinue reading “How to work from home when you’ve got kids, ADHD, autism and a ****load of stuff to do”

Neurotypical spectrum disorder: a factsheet

Key facts 159 in 160 children have a neurotypical spectrum disorder (NSD). NSD is a condition characterised by being normal and behaving in an ordinary way. Symptoms range from mild to severe. NSDs begin in childhood. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to grow out of being normal, although some NSD individuals attempt it through the useContinue reading “Neurotypical spectrum disorder: a factsheet”