Tyger's Knowledge of Autism

After writing this post about when to tell a child they’re autistic a few weeks back, it occurred to me I didn’t really know how much Tyger knew and/or understood about autism.  […]

Autism Myths Cartoon

Actually, I’ve had these about my autistic sister and sons more than myself (probably because I don’t feel confident saying I am autistic without a diagnosis) but they are all […]

Anxiety Presents in Different Ways

Social interaction makes many autistic people anxious.  However, that anxiety doesn’t necessarily look the same in every person it affects.  Just because someone appears chatty and confident, doesn’t mean they’re […]

Autism and the Dreaded Phone Calls

Have I mentioned recently how much I love the internet? Sure, the ‘bottom half’ of the internet (or ‘comment sections’, if you prefer) can sometimes make me fear for the […]

Comic: Autism and Crowds

Tyger’s school celebrated International Day earlier in the week.  The children dressed in their national costume or colours and after school there was international food in the hall.  It was […]