DISCLAIMER: The fact that a resource is listed here does not mean that I agree with or endorse every viewpoint or piece of content produced by the author or organization. This list will be updated periodically as content changes and I become aware of new resources.
Characteristics of Twice Exceptional (2e) Children – Dr. Melanie Hayes
Unpacking the debate over person-first vs identity-first language – Molly Callahan
What’s It Like to be Twice Exceptional? – Kimberlee King
Criticisms of Neurodiversity or Social Justice Movements:
***NOTE: Even though I recognize the good that the neurodiversity movement has done, I do also feel that there are legitimate criticisms of it, some of which I agree with and/or understand. My goal is to showcase some of these perspectives so that people can have a well-rounded view of the movement.
Autism and the limits of the neurodiversity movement – The Autism Cafe
Sockpuppets and the Vox Populi of Identity – Sam Killermann
A 10 year old with Aspergers
Autism, A Chance for Society – Hugo Horiot [French w/ English subs]
Autism is a Gift – The Hardest Conversation I’ve ever had about Autism – Mandy Harker
Play-Acting Normal – Josef Schovanec [French w/ English subs]
The World Needs All Kinds of Minds – Temple Grandin
What is 2e Twice Exceptional? – Seth Perler
What it’s like to walk down a street when you have autism or an ASD