Below are the best resources we could find on ADD/ADHD and synesthesia.
Originally published in 1995 as an unprecedented look at autism, Grandin writes from the dual perspectives of a scientist and an autistic person to give a report from “the country of autism.
Neurodivergence is the term for when someone’s brain processes, learns, and/or behaves differently from what is considered “typical.”
Sometimes it feels like the world wasn’t designed for sensitive people. Here are ways to take care of yourself.
As a successful Harvard- and Berkeley-educated writer, entrepreneur, and devoted mother, Jenara Nerenberg was shocked to discover that her “symptoms”—only ever labeled as anxiety—were considered autistic and ADHD.
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