Resources

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.

Articles

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

Blogs

Actually Autistic Blogs List
Ido in Autismland
Look Me in the Eye – John Elder Robison

Books

My Thirteenth Winter by Samantha Abeel
Reach for the Moon by Samantha Abeel

YouTube Channels

Autmazing
How to ADHD
IndieAndy
Special Books by Special Kids
Yo Samdy Sam

YouTube Videos

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

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