10 excellent awareness month posts that raise acceptance of autism instead of begging for a cure this Autism Awareness Month. Includes more information on women in autism, including a newly released book!
The Zebra Pit is thrilled to offer the first of many posts on Autism Spectrum Disorders. In this post, Capricious discusses her recent experience with being evaluated for ASD and the distinct differences in the presentation of autism in females that can prevent women from being properly diagnosed.
September’s Heroes are the dynamic duos Caide and Madi, who run Recovery Buddy Parcels together. A new service, Recovery Buddy Parcels works worldwide to pair people with chronic health and mental illnesses together. These Buddies then lend each other support and occasionally exchange small, inexpensive gifts to help raise flagging spirits during tough times. The … Continue reading September Superheroes Caide & Madi!
In this post, we discuss the work of Dr. Kendal Stewart about common neurological symptoms which are actually related to deficiencies of diet, such as sensory overload, tremors, brain fog, mood swings and more. These deficiencies have many causes, but only one treatment, which we discuss in detail.
Ever been amazed by how some people always seem to know what's going on with the latest advances in research and testing for their particular disorder? Want to be one of those people? You can spend everyday googling, going to pubmed and the NIH performing keyword searches and hoping you come up with the latest … Continue reading Keeping Up with Research